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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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DIRECTORY 



OF 



PORTLAND 

INCLUDING THE CITY OF SOUTH PORTLAND 
AND THE TOWN OF CAPE ELIZABETH 

COMPLETE STREET DIRECTORY 

REVISED MAP OF THE CITY AND VICINITY 



VOLUME 53 

oENEALOGICAL SOCIbTY 
OF UTAH 

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Us.yc/y 

PRICE 83.50 Cj^iJ, /( 



PUBLISHED BY ' c:"/ 

PORTLAND DIRECTORY COMPANY 

FRED. L. TOWER, Prop. 
109 FEDERAL STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE 

Copyright l'.»12 by Fred. L. Tower All rights reserved 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



Established 1841 



5007485 Incorporated 1003 



H. H. HAY SONS 

2S6 to 262 Middle Street 
PORTLAND, MAINE 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

DRUGS AND CHEMICALS 

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Manufactured by 



ROYAL REMEDY CO 

OFFICE: IOIO FIDELITY BUILDING 
FACTORY: 432 COM M ERCIAL ST. 

PORTLAND, MAINE 



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BURROWES 

Rustless Insect Screens 

.... ALSO .... 

Home Billiard and Pool Tables 

Office and Factories 

70 Free Street, Portland, Maine 

Long Distance Telephone 

Murdock & Freeman Co., 

Manufacturers of 

SODA «i MINERAL WATER. 

The Largest Bottlers in the State, Fine Ginger Ale for Family Use a 
Specialty. Proprietors of the Celebrated UNO Beer. 

PORTLAND and RUMFORD, ME. 

F. E. Bacon Manifold Co. 



Printers and Manufacturers of 

LOOSE-LEAF SYSTEMS, BINDERS, HOLDERS 
AND MANIFOLD GOODS. 



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Main Office and Factory, 13 Custom House Wharf, PORTLAND, MAINE 



Telephone Connection. 



Cook, Everett & Ponnell, 



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WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



And Dealers in 



\ > PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, 

137, 139 and 141 Middle St., and 51, 53 and 55 Pearl St., PORTLAND, ME, 

CHARLES COOK E. S. EVERETT. H. 11. PENSELL. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Telephone Connections with all Lines. 



JOHN W. PERKINS COMPANY, 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS. 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES. 

94 & 96 Commercial St. and 2 & 4 Custom House Wharf, 



Incorporators : 
Bf.n.i. a. Perkins Geo. L. Fogg Bion k. Li 



Wm. P. Mi 



Telephone Connection, 



INGALLS BROTHERS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Genuine Ginger Ale 

CREAM SODA, 
GINGER BEER, 
SODA and 
LITHIA BEER. 



EASTERN AGENTS FOR THE MOXIE NERVE FOOD. 

mineral Waters and Syrups of all Flavors 

BOTTLERS OF ALL KINDS OF BEERS. 

36, 38 AND 40 PLUM STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE. 

Telephone 14. 

BURNHAM & MORRILL COMPANY, 



Wholesale Dealers in 



HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS. 

backers and Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands, 

MACHIAS BAY LOBSTERS, SCARBOKO BEACH CLAMS, 
PARIS SUGAR CORN. 



No. 13 Franklin Street, 



PORTLAND, MAINE 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



JOHN F. PROCTOR, 



DEALER IN 



REAL ESTATE. 

Money Loaned and Mortgages Negotiated 

No. 180 1-2 MIDDLE ST., PORTLAND, ME. 

Consolidated Electric Light Company 

OF MAINE, 
121 CENTER STREET. 

Use Electricity for Light and Power. 

EFFICIENT— HEALTHFUL— ECONOMICAL. 

HUTCHINSON &, CAIN, 

Manufacturers of 

COPPER AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND GUTTERS, 

THE CAIN VENTILATORS AND CHIMNEY CAPS; ALSO BAY WINDOWS AND SKYLIGHTS. 
Steel Ceilings, Finials, Wall Covers, Conductors and Ventilators. Copper, Tin 

and Iron Roofing. 

222 AND 224 COMMERCIAL ST., NEAR UNION ST. 
A. J. CAIN, 16 Morgan Court. i satisfaction i p n ,^in,ui \r„; n A 

„ «. . . „ .. I ^narantppd JtOI tltlllU, Jl til lit*. 

Residence Telephone Connection. I ^uaranieea | 

PORTLAND-MONSON 
SLATE CO., 

QUARRIES, MONSON, ME. 

SLATE GOODS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

MONSON ROOFINGSLATE. 

End Central Wharf, PORTLAND, ME. 




ADVERTISEMENTS 



Melvin Hamblet Estate, 



Manufacturer of ami Dealer in 



BRICK 



The Best Quality of 



Fine Grades of W | 1 1 W r\ Front Brick a Specialty 

Works, foot of Douglass Streef. RESIDENCE, 753 BRIGHTON AVE., PORTLAND MAINE. 



Telephone Connection. 

W. F. DRESSER, 

Dealer in 

Real Estate. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FARM AND 

SEASHORE PROPERTY. LOANS ON 

MORTGAGES AND NOTES. 

HO Exchange St., Portland, Me. 



Norton, Hall & Webster, 

FIRE, MARINE, LIABILITY 
AND ACCIDENT 

INSURANCE. 

17 EXCHANGE STREET, 

PORTLAND, ME. 



A. W. SAWYER & SON, 

PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS AND POLISHERS, 

169 Clark St., Portland, Me. Residence, 9JS Oilman St. 

EASTERN ARGUS 

ESTABLISHED 1803. DAI LY AN D WEEKLY. 

THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN MAINE. 

Daily, $6.00 per Year in Advance. Weekly, $1.50 per Year in Advance. 

EASTERN ARGUS PUB. CO., Proprietors. 
99 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



A LAST YEAR'S 
DIRECTORY 

MAY SEND YOU ON A 

WILD-GOOSE CHASE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 7 

JOHN S. CUSHMAN, 

Funeral Director 

AND 

Practical Embalmer. 

Robes, Coffins and Caskets 
always on hand. 

JTIT'OFFICE OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Nos. 189 & 191 Federal St., Telephone 1963-1. Residence, 306 Cumberland Ave., Tel. 1963-11. 




Telephone 628. 

RICHARD J. DUDDY, 

UNDERTAKER, 

21 LOCUST STREET. 

Telephone 3644. 

WILLIAM E. CULLINAN, 

UNDERTAKER, 

806 CONGRESS STREET. 

HORATIO CLARK, I'res. HARRY B. EDDY, Treas. 

THE CLARK-EDDY CO. 

Successors to 

MILLIKEN, COUSENS & CO. 

DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS and CLOTHING. 

24 Preble Street, Portland, Maine. 

THE SIGN OVER YOUR 

DOOR IS USELESS 

Unless You are so represented in the City Directory 
that prospective purchasers come to your sec- 
tion of the city to look for the sign. 

It will pay you to 
SEND for the City Directory Advertising Man. 



ADVKKTISKMENTS 



C. M. RICE PAPER CO. 

CARDBOARDS, BOOK, NEWS, COLORED AND WRAPPING 

PAPERS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
Manufacturers* Agents for "Union Automatic Hags," Cobbossee and Wlnslow Mill* 
Manila and Fibre Papers, Old Berkshire and Kenesaw Mills Fine Writings, IY1 ittlnengue 
Paper Co.'s Stratbmore Parchment and Deckle Kdge 1'apers, Coupon and Old Deer- 
Held Konds, WESTON'S, SCOTCH and RUSSIAN Linen Ledgers, ete. 

Nos. 8, IO, 12, 14 & 16 Exchange St., PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Poland Paper Co., 

<J* «Jr ?Jb 

President, F. D. TRUE, 217 Commercial St., Portland, me. 
TREAS. W. H. MILLIKEN, PORTLAND, Me. 

MNGR., O. B. MERRILL, MECHANIC FALLS, ME. 



FRANK N. STROUT, TREAS 



Tucker Printing Co., 



SUCCESSORS TO OWEN, STROUT 4 CO 



NO. 105 EXCHANGE STREET, - - - PORTLAND MAINE. 

S. CLARK. Jr. J. T. RKOLFIELD. F. D. TRL'K. 

D. W. TRUE & CO., 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

217 AND 219 COMMERCIAL STREET, 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Telephone 8333. 

JONES, McDUFFEE & STRATTON CO., 

Crockery, Glass & Lamp Merchants, 

No. 33 FRANKLIN, COR. HAWLEY STREET, BOSTON. 

E. A. Gray's Office, 496 1-2 Congress St., Room 1, Portland, Maine. 

E. A. Gray's Residence, 188 Pleasant Ave., Woodfords. 




THE 

TWITCHELL- 

CHAMPLIN 

CO. 

Importers, 
Wholesale 
Grocers and 
Canned Goods 
Packers. 
PORTLAND, ME., AND BOSTON, MASS. 



Gulf Refining Co. 

OILS 
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 

KEROSENE, GASOLINE, NAPHTHA AND 
LUBRICATING OILS 

P. A. BREWER, Agent 

TELEPHONE 3928 

601 DANFORTH STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE 

Telephone 308. 

PORTLAND STONEWARE GO. 

Winslow & Co., E. B. Winslow, Prop. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
Sewer Pipe, Land Tile, Fire Brick and Shapes, Digester Brick, 
Drainer Tile, Paper and Pulp Mill Specialties, Paving Brick, 
Garden and Cemetery Vases, etc. 

DEALERS IN 
Portland Cement, Lime, Hard Wall Plasters, Metal Lath, Cement 
Waterproofing Materials, Mortar Colors and Builders' Supplies. 

Factory and Storehouses, Rear 253 Forest Ave. 

BOSTON OFFICE, 49 FEDERAL STREET. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 




Absolutely 

Pure 

Bottled 

Milk 

FROM CHOICE DAIRIES. 

MILK tOJl BABIES A SPECIALTY, CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAT1 . 

E. N. Creely & Sons Co. ggP 

PORTLAND DAILY PRESS 

f(j per Year, 50 cents per Month in advance. By mail, $3 per Year in advance. 

PORTLAND SUNDAY PRESS 

Delivered by Carrier in Portland and Suburbs at $1.50 per Year. 
Press, Daily and Sunday, together $7 per Year in advance. 

MAINE STATE PRESS 

Issued every Wednesday with all the news of the week. Published by 

PORTLAND PUBLISHING CO., 

97 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



A. H. MOULTON, 

(Formerly with the Walworth Mfg. Co.) 

Consulting and Constructing Engineer, 



STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. 

rought Iron Pipe and Supplies for Steam, Water and 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

75 UNION ST., under Falmouth Hotel, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Dealer in Wrought Iron Pipe and Supplies for Steam, Water and Gas Works. 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 




('HAS. A. HASKELL. Pres. ' WALTER S. ARMSTRONG, Treas. 

THE HASKELL-ARMSTRONG CO. 

DEALERS IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER 
AND HOLIDAY GOODS. 

56 and 58 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND. MAINE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



1 I 




NICKERSON COAL 
COMPANY 

HAND-SCREENED 



325 Commercial St., Portland, Me. 



E. F. .TOSE, Pres. and Treas. 



GURNEY COAL & WOOD CO., 

GOAL AND WOOD OF ALL KINDS 



Hard and Soft Wood, 
Slabs, Edgings, Etc. 



23 Plum Street, 



(Telephone), PORTLAND, MAINE. 



MAINE ARTIFICIAL STONE CO. 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks and Floors, Chimney Caps and Garden 
Borders, Concrete Hollow Blocks for Building. 



Gravel for Cellars and Cement Work. 



Agent for Elastic Pulp Plaster. 



X O T*x?e>X*XG> Street, 



W. HIGGINS 



Prince's Express Co. 

DIRECT LINES TO 

BOSTON AND NEW YORK, 

PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, 0. C. 
and all points in the West, South and Southwest. 

Main Office, 103 Exchange St., Portland. 

NEW YORK OFFICES: 

304 Canal Street, and all other offices of the 
New York and Boston Dispatch Express Com- 
pany. 

BOSTON OFFICES: 

29 Washington Street, 16 (nion Street, 77 
Kingston Street, and 93, 9^ and 97 Arch Street. 



Telephone Connection. 



LIFFORl> H. CROCKER. 



WALTER K. JONES. 



CROCKER-JONES 

PHOTO -ENGRAVING CO., 

DESIGNERS, 

ILLUSTRATORS, 

ENGRAVERS. 

Board of Trade Bldg, 34 Exchange St., 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 



THE THOS. LAUGHLIN CO. 

MARINE HARDWARE 

YACHT AND MOTOR BOAT SUPPLIES IN 
GALVANIZED IRON AND BRASS. 



Office and Factory: 

143 to 151 FORE STREET, 



Retail Store: 

184 COMMERCIAL STREET. 



PORTLAND, MAINE 



1 2 ADVERTISEMENTS 

ESTABLISHED 1821. 

INCORPORATED 1897 

BYRON GREENOUGH & CO., 

JOBBERS OF 

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, 

CiT^t>rellas, Pur Coats, Roi )e « 

131 MIDDLE STREET, - . PORTLAND, ME. 



Telephone 314. 



Wm.E. Carter & Co, 



PAPER AND OAKUM STOCK, 

ROPE, METAL, 

CHAINS AND ANCHORS, 

MARINE HARDWARE, 

CANVAS COVERINGS, ETC. 



Pianos and Furniture Packed for 
Transportation. 

W. H. SMITH, 

Trucking and Forwarding, 



Piano and Furniture Moving 
a Specialty. 

RESIDENCE, 17 STILLMAN ST., SO. PORTLAND. 

TELEPHONE 3127-1. 
OFFICE TELEPHONE 322. 

I 1. 26 Portland Pier. ■ POBTUHO, MAINE. | R^pgggggg^WeS^ 

ESTABLISHED 1832. INCORPORATED 1903. 

ALBUS R. COBB. President. C. H. G. MINER, Treasurer. 

AUG. P. FULLER CO., 

VARNISH MAKERS 

FOR 80 YEARS. 

Manufacturers of all grades of Varnish for fine exterior and interior work. 

"DIRIGO-RED LIST" (Fine Interior Finishes). 

Dlrlgolite— A transparent durable filler and first coat. 

P. P. P.— The only dubable pigment primer for all kinds of wood finish. 

Lignovite— An absolutely reliable floor varnish. 

Lastlcoacfa— Durable finishing coat for best class of interior work. 

Office and Factory, 107 LINCOLN STREET, LIGONIA, SO. PORTLAND, MAINE. 

Telephone Connection. Established I860. 

WILLIAM GRAY & SON, 
HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. 

307 FORE STREET, 
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE, - PO RTLAN D, M Al N E. 

Telephone 1005. 

Portland Potato Chips. 

CATLIN BROS., Manufacturers. 

Factory, IOI Oxford Street, - - PORTLAND, MAINE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Telephone Connection. 



I 



CHARLES E. BABBITT, 

IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER, 

COPPERSMITH AND MACHINIST. 

F^TIM ATFS Furnished on Iron, Bronze and Composition Castings, Brass, 
LrOllirinil^O Copper and Iron Work, Steamboat, Sugar House, Dis- 
tillery and Confectioners 1 Copper Work, Copper Pans, Kettles, Gutters, Conductors. 
Surface and Keel Condensers, and all kinds of Copper Cooking Utensils for Hotels, 
Club Houses, Boats, Etc., made, repaired and retinned. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

MARINE ENGINEERING AND REPAIRS ON MACHINERY, SHIP AND HOUSE PLUMBING. 
440-442 FORE STREET, - - PORTLAND, MAINE. 



<Jr i:\ 1 V €* TTL i SB, «3 Cl 

AND 

CORNICES. 

TIN ROOFING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

GRAVEL AND ASPHALT ROOFERS. 

Heady Rooting Materials For Sale or Put On. 
56 CROSS ST., - PORTLAND, ME. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

Iron and Oooot^r Gutters, 




Metal Skylights a Specialty. 



PORTLAND CREAMERY 

Wholesale Dealers iu 

MILK PRODUCTS 


DEERINC ICE 
CREAM CO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 


Portland, Bridgton & South Paris, Maine. 

JefTenon and North Stratford, 

New Hampshire. 

44-3-447 PORTLAND STREET 
PORTLAND, MAINE 


office : 

569 CONGRESS STREET. 

FACTORY : 

443-447 PORTLAND STREET, 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 



PORTLAND SHIPBUILDING COMPANY. 

Vessels and Motor Boats Built and Repaired with Dispatch. 

Material furnished at Reasonable Rates. All Sizes Hard Wood, Oak and Locust Planks, Timber, 

Treenails, Spars and Knees. Sawing and Planing. 

Office, Marine Railways and Shipyard, Front St., So. Portland. 

John H. Humphrey Pres. Edmund R. Norton, Treas. Nathan R. Dyer, Supt. 



ESTATE F. B. HANSON, 

E. H. HANSON, TRUSTEE. 

Freight Forwarder and Truckman, 

'EARL STREET, 



4+ 



PORTLAND, MAINE. 



1-4 A J > V EKT I SEM E N T8 

Telephone 3250. 

A. H. BERRY SHOE CO., 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, 
LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

149-155 Middle St., PORTLAND, ME. Rooms, 428-430 Albany Bldg, BOSTON, MASS 

Factory, Cor. Lowell and Cherry Sts„ PORTLAND, ME. 

L. M. COUSENS &CO., 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 

SELLING AGENTS DANA WARP MILLS. 
Manufacturers of AMERICAN AND EGYPTIAN COTTON YARNS. 

WHITE, COLORED, CARDED AND COMBED, 8'S TO 60s. 

MEGQUIER & JONES COMPANY. 
STEEL BEAMS tl"„ r^XZ K Z 

29-33 PEARL STREET, - - PORTLAND, MAINE. 

PORTLAND RENDERING CO., 

Buyers of HIDES, SKINS, PELTS, TALLOW. 
Renderers of TALLOW AND GREASE. 

MANUFACTURERS OF POULTRY FOOD. 

OFFICE AND FACTORY, 147 Presumpscot Street, P ORTLAND, MAINE. - H. B. PETERS, Manager . 

Portland Railroad Company. 



office: 
451 CONGRESS STREET. 

CHAS. F. LIBBY, President. C. F. BERRY, Treas. & General Manager. 



Telephone Connection. 
— —- .... Irr . r-n Agent for Magee and Hob Water and Steam 

F. E. WHEELER, »° iier8 - and Kange8 - 

PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. 

FURNACES, STOVES GRANGES, HARDWARE, TIN ROOFI NG 4 CON DUCTO RS- 

GASOLINE, PAINTS &. OILS. 
Odd Felloes' Ulock, 645 Forest Ave., WOODFOEDS, MAINF. 



V DVERTISEM ENTS 1 5 

{OTHERS, GRANITE CUTTERS. 

AND DEALERS IN 

GRANITE FOR BUILDING, 
CEMETERY and MONUMENTAL PURPOSES. 

OFFICE AND WORKS : 

Foot of Wilmot St., Portland. 

G. K. Hawkes. 

Special attention given to Cemetery Work. 

Designs furnished for Monuments, Headstones 

Etc. 

We guarantee to clean and restore Monuments 

and all Granite to its original color. 

Telephone Connection. 

Office and Works, 84 HANOVER ST., 
PORTLAND, MAINE 




MANNIX BROTHERS, 

""".It los or GRANITE AND FREESTONE. 

c. a. mannix. Estimates furnished for every description of BUILDING and CEMETERY WORK. 

BALLANTINE & MORIN, o M r AN A F E A A c L T ER R s E ? N s 

THE FINEST GRADE OF 

MONUMENTAL & CEMETERY WORK. 

Also Building Work. Lettering and Carving a Specialty. 
127 MAIN STREET, (NEAR CALVARY CEMETERY), SO. PORTLAND, ME. 

BENNETT CONTRACTING CORP. 

(Successors to W. F. BENNETT & SON). 

WHARVES, BRIDGES, LIGHTERING, STEVEDORING. 

211 COMMERCIAL STREET. - PORTLAND, MAINE. 

GEORGE SMITH. Telephone Connection. 

BLACKSTONE & SMITH, 

Masons, Contractors and Builders. 

Job Work of Every Description Promptly Attended To. 

Room 18, Oxford Building, 187 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MAINE. 

HARD WALL PLASTER AND METAL LATH. 

CHARLES S. CHASE COMPANY 

UH m f"" Calcined and Land Plaster ^^ P"" R Jl P"" » I ■■»■ 

ME pliBterin a«o r £ r s. cement C EM LIN I 

NO. 5 COMMERCIAL WHARF, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



WILLIAM BURROWES, 

Carpenter and General Contractor. 

Cabinet Work and Interior Finish of all Kinds. 
BRACK ETT'S MILL, : PORTLAND, MAINE. 

AL SU'OlETl 
UTAH. 



1 6 ADVERTISEMENTS 

FREDERICK A. TOMPSON 

ARCHITECT 

Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, CONGRESS SQ. 

PORTLAND, MAINE 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 
Telephone Connection. 

John Calvin Stevens, F. A. I. A., 
John Howard Stevens, 

ARCHITECTS. 

Fourth Floor, Oxford Building, 
No. 187 Middle Street, Portland. 

Telephone Connection. 

AUSTIN W. PEASE 

ARCHITECT 

Room 710 
Fidelity Building PORTLAND, MAINE 



GEORGE BURNHAM. Telephone Connection. 

E. LEANDER HIGG1NS. 



GEORGE BURNHAM, 
Architect, 

UNION MUTUAL BUILDING, 
20 EXCHANGE STREET, - PORTLAND, MAINE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 
Telephone. 

Member M. S.C. E. 



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FRANK IYI. CHURCHILL, 
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER, 

536a CONGRESS STREET, 

PORTLAND, ME. 

Wood, Brick, Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Mill Construction. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

GEORGE B. MERRILL 

CONSULTING ENGINEER 

713 FIDELITY BUILDING 
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS PORTLAND, MAINE 

PORTER-BURNHAM COMPANY 

Building Contractors and Manufacturers of House Finish, Stair and Cabinet Work 

85 KENNEBEC ST. 

PORTLAND, ME. 

H. M. BAILEY, pres. JAMES F. MACY, treas. FORREST W. DOTEN, secy. 

Established 1854. Incorporated 1901. 

S. H. & A. R. DOTEN, 

Phone 1507. 



LUMBER. 



House Finish, Flooring's, Shingles, Clapboards, Etc. 
Large line Hardwood Flooring stored in steam heated rooms. 

MILL &. YARD, 490-504 FORE & 279 COMMERCIAL STS. 
PORTLAND, ME. 



PORTLAND PHOTO PRINT CO. 

W. E. MOULTON, MANAGER. 

Blue and Van Dyke Prints of all kinds. Photographic Reproductions and 

Progress Photographs a Specialty. Lantern Slides and Enlargements. 

Amateur Developing and Printing. Work called for and delivered at short notice. 

31 1-2 EXCHANGE STREET. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



Edward B. Cook, Treas. and Gen'l Manager. 



Telephone :< l 3 



WOODMAN-COOK COMPANY 

MANUFACURERS OF 

SILVER PLATED WARE 

Agents for Win. A. Roger** Flat Ware; alKO, Silver Cream Tolish and Red Star 

Cleaning Powder 
Repairing and Keplating Silver Ware a Specialty 

BOSTON SALESROOM, 364 WASHINGTON ST. NEW YORK SAMPLE ROOMS, 14 MAIDEN LANE 

444 to 448 FORE STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE 

GEORGE E. CURRIER 

Pawnbroker 

Money Loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, &c. 
NO. 221 MIDDLE STREET. PORTLAND. MAINE 



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4D, ME. 




Opposite P. O. 
74-76 Exchange Street 



iner mesi Appointed 

RESTAURANT 

in Portland, Maine 

Popular Prices 

Best Selection of Noon-Day Specials 

in the City 

Open Day and Night 



20 ADVERTISEMENTS 



PORTLAND RUBBER CO. 

EVERYTHING THAT IS MADE OF RUBBER. 

259 MIDDLE ST., - PORTLAND, MAINE 



Telephone Connection. 



O. M. & D. W. NASH, 

DEALERS IN 

Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 

Steam, Hot Water and Combination Heaters. 

Plumbing and General Piping, Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Lead Work. 

6 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. 

Telephone Connection. 

F. <St C. B. NASH CO., 

HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 

ECONOMY VENTILATING HEATERS, 

Hot Water or Steam Combined with Air Heat. 

Estimates given for Heating and Plumbing Dwellings, 

School Buildings, Churches, Hotels, Banks, 

Stores, Warehouses. 

Pneumatic Water Systems. 
Agents for Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Gasoline Engines. 
Dealers in Ranges, Parlor and Cooking Stoves, Ship Cabooses. 

384, 386 and 390 FORE ST., - PORTLAND, ME. 

STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPING. 
Tin, Sheet Iron and Lead Work at short Notice. 



JOSEPH WOOD 

n I r- M Choice Bargains in FINE OLD MAINE FARMS on the Coast. 

KG3I t StcitG at unusually Low Prices. Correspondence solicited from 

■mHHIMHKHBSi eitner Buyers or Sellers. 

223 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



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PAGE 

Abbreviations , 05 and 273 

Additions and Corrections opp. 273 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 1017 

Ancient Order of United Workmen 1017 

Banks, Insurance and Miscellaneous Advertisements 1025 

Board of Trade 1020 

Business Corporations, etc 1013 

Bus i ness Directory 957 

Cape Elizabeth Town Officers 44 

Cemeteries 1022 

Census ( Maine) 45 

Churches and Clergymen 1012 

City Government 1006 

City Valuation and Taxes, 1911 1023 

Consuls ; 1009 

County Commissioners 1012 

Courts 1012 

Custom House 1009 

Danish Brotherhood of America 1020 

Directory of Patrons in Other Cities , 29 

Directory Library 1051 

Fire Alarm Boxes opp. 272 

Fire Department 1008 

General Directory — Alphabetical 273 

Grand Army of the Republic 1018 

Halls, etc 34 

Improved Order of Red Men 1018 

Independent Order of Foresters 1018 

Index to Advertisements in Other Cities 28 

Index to Portland Advertisements 25 

.Judiciary 1012 

Knights of Pythias 1017 

Knights of the Golden Eagle 1019 

Labor Organizations 1019 

Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary 1021 

Maine General Hospital 1021 

Marine Hospital Service 1009 

Maine School for the Deaf 1021 

Masonic Institutions • 1016 

Military 1013 

M iscellaneous Organizations 1020 



22 CONTENTS 



Musical Organizations jQ ir) 

New England Order of Protection joi8 

Newspapers qq* 

Observatory Signals ^q jq 

Odd Fellows.. 1016 

Patrons of Husbandry 102(j 

Places of Interest, distance to 34 

Post Office 1009 

Public Library 1015 

Railroads 1022 

Schools ( Public ) ...1007 

Scientific and Literary Associations 1015 

Secret and Benevolent Societies 1016 

Sheriff and Deputies 1012 

South Portland City Officers 42 

State Officers 1005 

Steamship and Steamboat Companies 1022 

Street Directory 65 

Streets, Courts, etc., in Portland 35 

Streets, Avenues, etc., in South Portland 42 

Streets, etc., in Cape Elizabeth 44 

Tern pe ranee Organizations 1022 

United Order of the Golden Cross 1018 

United States Department of Agriculture 1010 

United States Offices 1009 

Vessels in this Customs District 1011 

Weather Bureau 1010 

Wharves 41 and 268 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union ( Portland ) 1022 

Young Men's Christian Association 1021b 

Young Women's Christian Association 1022 



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SECTION 28 COPYRIGHT LAW 

IN FORCE JULY1^ 1909 

That any person who willfully and for profit 
shall infringe any copyright secured by this 
Act, or who shall knowingly and willfully abet 
such infringement, shall be deemed guilty of a 
misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall 
be punished by imprisonment for not exceeding 
one year or by a fine of not less than one hundred 
dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, or 
both, in the discretion of the court. 



24 A D V E K T I S K M E N TS 



KNIGHT BROS., 

BRASS FOUNDERS 

AND DEALERS IN 

Ships' TrimmiDgs, Ships' Composition, Ships' Main, Bilge and Force Pumps, Air Ports, Water 

Closets, Bells, Etc., Sheet Brass and Wire, Bolt Copper, Sheet Lead and Pipe, 

Spelter, Antimony, Babbitt Metal and Pig Tin. 

Steam, Water and Gas Piping:, Ship and Steamboat Plumbing a Specialty. 

Opposite Custom House, 304 FORE STREET. 

ALGERNON KNIGHT. WILLIAM H. KNIGHT. 



Telephone 2858. 

^tu^ui^m Lucas, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

COMMON AND PRESSED BRICK. 

THE BEST QUALITY OF FRONT BRICK A SPECIALTY. 

Works : 705 to 731 Brighton Avenue - Residence and Offfce : 700 Brighton Avenue, PORTLAND, MAINE 

Telephone Connection. 

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IPrinter' and JESoolc Binder, 

A Specialty of Rinding Magazines, Library and Law Books. 

No. 45 Exchange Street, - - - PORTLAND, MAINE. 

390 (M<^Wtad£c£s DAVIS 

Off /■bcvn/Jti&MSJUr % 

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VsUllgl C33 Jl. and Sch00 , of Shorthand and Typewriting. UUILUII1U 

TflOGHT TO DO BY DOING DRY THEORY DISCARDED. 

SEND FOR FREK CATALOGUE. 
Address FRANK L. GRAY. PORTLAND, tAE, 



Long Distauce Telephone Connection. 

GODDARD'S GREEEHOUSES. 
CUT FLOWERS and BEDDED PLANTS. 

Flowers for Funerals in any design at short notice. 
Greenhouses, 500 Stevens Avenue. 
P.O. Address, WOODFORD S, MAINE. ^^ 

OHARX^l^^ A-. MAXWELL, 

Chief of the Maine State Detective Association. 

_..... ~ A .. M *.».- a nPTPATiwr General Detective Business transacted for 

CIVIL CONSTABLE & DETECTIVE Corporations and Individuals. 

General Agent for the Peerless Department of the Great Eastern 

Casualty Company of New York. 

Telephone 2oi7-i. 67 West Street, West End, - Fortlaud, Maine. 



TE}I> FUI/IvAM 

ILLUSTRATOR DESIGNER ENGROSSER 

FOR NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINE AND POSTER ADVERTISING 

71 SPRING STREET 



INDEX TO ADVEKISEMENT8 



25 



INDEX TO PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 

Abbott & Cleaves, wholesale lumber 1046 

Acme Machine Co., machinery mfrs 1055 

Adams Elmer E., plumber 1043 

Adams Frank F., photographer 275 

.Etna Life Ins. Co 1030 

Alexander A. R., stoves, etc 1037 

Allen Wm. A. Co., planing mill 1038 

Anderson, Adams & Co., insurance 1031 

Auto Sales and Supply Co., automobiles 1059 
Babbitt Charles E., coppersmith and brass 

founder 13 

Bacon F. E , Manifold Co., manifold goods 3 
Bagley Louise M., osteopathic physician 

opp. Osteopaths 

Bailey F. O. Carriage Co., carriage and 

sleigh mnfrs side lines general directory 

Bailey F. O. & Co., auctioneers and show 

case mnfrs side lines general directory 

Bailey James Co., (The) saddlery, hard- 
ware and horse furnishings 

head lines street directory 

Ballantine & Morin, monuments 15 

Ball Ernest E., upholsterer 295 

Bankers Audit Co., auditors 296 

Bates-Butler-Littlefield Co., wholesale dry 

goods 301 

Bates Frank L., painter 

side lines street directory 

Bates Samuel L., lawyer opp. Lawyers 

Bates S. W., lawyer opp. Lawyers 

Bennett Contracting Corp., wharf and 

bridge builders 15 

Bennett Mfg. Co., wood workers 1055 

Berlin Mills Co., lumber mnfrs 308 

Berry A. A. Shoe Co., shoe mnfrs. 14 

Bird Maynard S. & Co., bankers front cover 

Blanchard Harold W., automobiles 1060 

Blackstone & Smith, contracting masons 16 

Blossom F. A., real estate 1032 

Boston Dye House, dyers and cleansers ... 322 
Boston & Portland Dispatch Express Co. 1046 

Bosworth George M., decorator 1048 

Bourne M. B. & Son, roofers 1044 

Bragdon M. F. Paint Co., paints and oils ... 

foot lines street directory 

Brooks Gerry L., lawyer opp. Lawyers 

Brown Albion H., painter 1065 

Brown's Coffee House, restaurant 18 

Brown F. M. Paint Co. 336 

Burnham George, architect 16 

Burnham & Morrill Co., hermetically 

sealed goods 4 

Burroughs Adding Machines 1047 

Burrowes E. T. Co. (The), window screens 3 



Page 

Burrowes John W. Co., builders 

head lines general directory 
Burrowes William, carpenter and builder 16 

Burgess, Lang & Co., bankers 342 

Caine Optical Co., opticians 1048 

Canal National Bank k>27 

Carter Bros. Co. .watchmakers and jewelers 366 

Carter Wm. E. & Co., junk and boats 12 

Casco National Bank back title and page 30 

Cash Fuel Co., coal bottom edge 

Catlin Bros., potato chips 12 

Chapman National Bank 1027 

Chase C. S. Co., lime and cement 16 

Chenery W. N., jewelers' supplies 1041 

Chittenden Albert E., osteopathic physi- 
cian opp. Osteopaths 

Churchill Frank M., architect 17 

Clark-Eddy Co. (The), whol. dry goods 7 

Cleveland L. W. Co., gas and electric fix- 
tures, etc 373 

Clifford, Verrill & Clifford, lawyers 

opp. Lawyers 

Coe the Hatter, Geo. A. Coffin, prop 377 

Columbian National Life Ins. Co. 1031 

Conant A. S., tailor and cleanser 1048 

Conant, Patrick & Co., wholesale grocers 1036 
Consolidated Broken Stone and Gravel Co. 390 

Consolidated Electric Light Co 6 

Conley John & Son, oils 1033 

Cook, Everett & Pennel, whol. druggists t 

Corey E. & Co., iron and steel 1036 

Corporation Trust Co 1029 

Cousens L. M. & Co., yarns 14 

Covey Florence A., osteopathic physician 

opp. Osteopaths 

Crocker Storage Co 1033 

Crocker Ira, investment securities 1029 

Crocker-Jones Photo Engraving Co 11 

Cross William M., engraver 404 

Crosman G. A. & Sons Co., box mfrs 

head lines general directory 

Cullinan William E., undertaker 7 

Cunningham F. W. & Sons, contracting 

masons *°* 

Currier George E., money broker 18 

Cushman Geo. A., broker 411 

Cushman John S., undertaker 7 

Custis Eva G. Miss, stenographer.. .opp. Lawyers 

Cutler E. E. Co., hotel supplies 1033 

Cutler E. E. Co., sheet metal workers 1040 

Darling Automobile Co 1068 

Davis H. E. & Co., plumbers 418 

Davis E. S. Co., furniture, etc 

head lines street directory 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Pack 
Day Mary G., osteopathic physician 

opp. Osteopaths 

Deering Coal & Wood Co. front cover 

Deering Ice Cream Co. 13 

Deering Laundry Company 423 

Deering Rufus Co., lumber nafrs... y 1039 

Delia Torre Ormand A., contractor and 

cement block mfr 1044 

Dictaphone (The) Dictation Machine 429 

Dove Archie EL, carriage & auto painter 105!) 

Donham G. M., Maine Register opp. 273 

Doten S. H. & A. R., lumber 17 

Dow & Pinkham, insurance front cover 

Dresser Wilbur F., real estate 6 

Duddy Richard J., undertaker, 7 

Dudley Frank Company, lumber 1038 

Dun R. G. & Co., mercantile agency 1031 

Dyer Reuben K., tailor back eover 

Eastern Argus Publishing Co 6 

Eastern Sales Co., automobiles 1059 

Eastman Bros. & Bancroft, dry goods 453 

Easton Wallace E., mnfg. optician 

head lines general directory 

Ela William E., monumental works 455 

Emery Waterhouse Co. (The), hardware. 1032 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 1031 

Erlick & Co., hair goods 1048 

Eureka Fuel Co.. head lines street directory 

Eveleth's Hand Laundry 462 

Evening Express Publishing Co 

head lines street directory 

Fernald George A. & Co., brokers 469 

Fels Arthur B , heating contractor 1055 

Fidelity Trust Co. back cover 

First National Bank 1026 

Flagg Charles F., banker 475 

Flaherty Bros., plasterers 1044 

Flye E. M. Miss, milliner 479 

Folsom F. D. Co., dry goods 

foot lines general directory 

Foss T. F. & Sons, furniture, etc 485 

Foster & Foster, lawyers opp. Lawyers 

Foster's Dye House 

486 and side lines general directory 
Fox John M. & Co., electrical engineers 488 

Forest City Automobile Co. 1058 

Fullam Ted, designer 24 

Fuller Aug. P. & Co., varnish 12 

Gilman Charles H , broker 503 

Gilson Auto Co., automobiles 504 

Globe Steam Laundry, T. J. Frothingham 

side lines general directory 

Goddard & Ward, machinists 1041 

Goddard's Greenhouses 24 

Goold J. E. & Co., wholesale druggists 509 

Graham Frederick W., municipal bonds . 1029 
Gray Edwin A., lamps, crockery and glass- 
ware 8 

Gray Frank L., business college 24 

Gray William & Son, painters 12 

Greely H. P., laundry top edge 

Greely E. N. & Sous Co., milk 10 



<jpp. lawyers 

11 

...... 1046 

1029 



Greenough Byron & Co., hats, caps, f ur8 y, 

Gnffin D. F. & Bro. gen. contractors 1043 

Griffin R, J., steam and hot water heating 1043 
Groves Mrs. Elizabeth, chiropodist 106 2 

Gulf Refining Co., oils 

Gulliver Wm. H, lawyer 
Gurney Coal & Wood Co. 
Gutterson & Gould, junk dealers 

Hamlin Fred B., distributor 

Hamblet Melvin (Estate), brick mfrs 
Hannaford Bros. Co., commission mer- 

„ Chants 1034 

Hansom F B. Est., trucking V6 

Harmon Automobile Co., automobiles and 

8U PP lieS 538 

Harmon Herbert A., insurance 539 

Harmon J. Emery, contractor and builder 1043 

Haskell-Armstrong Co., stationers 10 

Haskell & Jones Co., clothing io4 B 

Hatch Charles P., investment securities 545 
Hawkes Bros., granite cutters and dealers 16 

Hay Charles M. Paint Co. back cover 

Hay H. H. Sons, whol. and ret. druggists 2 

Hayden, Stone & Co., bonds 5 4y 

Herman Abee, bags and burlap 1035 

Hersey Elias Roofing Co., roofers 553 

Hodgdon Samuel, boats 1037 

Hodgkins N. J. & Co., paiuters 1043 

Hollivan & Parker, metal gutters, etc. 13 

Home Life Insurance Co. of N. Y 1031 

Hospital Machine Shop 10 4] 

Hoyt-Tarbox Express Company 1046 

Hunt, Ellis & Co., bankers 1020 

Hutchinson M.C., plumber 

side lines street directory 

Hutchinson & Cain, metal gutters, etc 6 

Ingalls Bros., bottlers 4 

Jackson & Forrestall, plasterers 

side lines general directory 

Jackson C. & W. B. Co., plasterers 

side lines street directory 

Jensen & Rosenblad Co., painters 104S 

Jewett Printing Co 534 

Johnston, Bailey Co., carpetings, etc 589 

Johnston James T. Co., coal and wood 

foot lines street directory 

Jones E. C. & Co., insurance front cover 

Jordan Chester L. & Co., insurance.. back, cover 

Jordan W. S. & Co., ship chandlery 1034 

Keeley Institute (The) 600 

Kern John, pork products 606 

Kilborn W. T. Company, Carpets, etc 

head lines general directory 

King & Dexter Co., hardware 

head lines street directory- 
Knight Brothers, brass founders 24 

Knowlton H. & W. J., lawyers opp. Lawyers 

Lamb Harriett E. Miss, treatments 1065 

Lappin Jno. J. & Co., flour and grain 1036 

Larrabee Electrical Co., electrical supplies 1041 
Laughlin Thos. Co. (The), ship chandlery, 
hardware 11 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Page 

Lee, Higginson & Co., brokers 628 

Lefavor-Tower Company, printers .opp. 629 
Leighton Geo. W & Co., granite and mar- 
hie workers <i3<) 

Lewandos French Dyeing & Cleaning Co. 

opp. Page 273 and front edge 

l.ewsen-Asbury Co., ladies' suits 

side lines street directory 

Lihby R. Cutler, insurance front cover 

Livingstone Philip, carpenter 1041 

Lord Bros. Co., salt and fish 1034 

Loring George D., printer and binder 24 

Loring Prentiss, Son & Co., insurance 1031 

Loring, Short & Harmon, books, station- 
ery and paper hangings front cover 

Lucas William, brick mnfr 24 

Lumbard William J., roofer 

foot lines street directory 
Madsen & Allen Co., stoves and plumbing 1037 

Maine Advertising Co 1029 

.Maine Artificial Stone Co 11 

iMaine Coast Realty Co 

foot lines general directory 

Maine Oxypathor Co 1062 

Maine Dairy Co 1040 

Maine Realty Bureau, real estate 

foot lines general directory 

Maine Savings Bank 1028 

Maine State Press 10 

Maine Tourist Agency 1029 

Maine Tourist Bureau 1036 

Maine & New Hampshire Grauite Corp. 1038 

Maine Trap Rock and Contracting Co 1056 

Maine Viavi Co. (The) 1046 

Mallet Charles B., motor boats 663 

Mank-Stuart Motor Car Co 665 

Mannix Brothers, stone cutters 15 

Marrett Lumber Co. (The), lumber 1038 

Mason & Merrill, bankers 1026 

Massachusetts Accident Co 1029 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins Co. 1030 

Maxwell Cbarles A., detective and collec- 
tor 24 

McBrady John E. & Son, roofers and tin- 
plate 1040 

McCarthy Jeremiah T., hats and furs 679 

McDonald Mfg. Co., lumber 1038 

Mclvenzie Wm. F. Co., milk 1054 

McQuillan George F., lawyer opp. Lawyers 

Megquier & Jones Co., steel beams 14 

Melcher H. S. Co., wholesale grocers 1034 

Mercantile Trust Co., bankers 

side lines street directory 
Mercantile & Manufacturers Mutual Fire 

Ins. Co 1032 

Merrifin Engraving Co. (The) 1047 

Merrill George B., civil engineer 17 

Merrill J. A. & Co., jewelers 1048 

Merrill T. L. Co., hardware 1041 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co 1031 

Miller Fred M., real estate back cover 

Milliken, Tomlinson Co., whol. grocers ... 1036 



Pa(,k 

Milliken & Philbrook, foresters 1064 

Minott J. W. Co., florists 7^ 

Morrills Coal & Wood Co 1037 

Morrill & Higgins Motor Co., automobiles 1067 

Morrison Geo. E. Automobile Co 1069 

Morse, Payson & Noyes, insurance. ..back cover 
Moulton Arthur H., steam and hot water 

heating 10 

Murdock H. E. Co., opticians. 

foot lines street directory 

Murdock & Freeman Co., mineral waters 3 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York 1030 

Nash F. & C. B. Co., stoves, furnaces and 

ranges 20 

Nash O. M. & D. W., stoves, furnaces and 

ranges 20 

National Jewelry Co 1041 

National Life Insurance Co 1030 

Neal Institute (Portland) 1063 

New Chase House 1064 

New England Cabinet Works, office fix- 
tures foot lines street directory 

New England Mutual Life Ins. Co 1030 

Nickerson Coal Co. 11 

Nickerson F. A. Co., automobiles. 1061 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1030 

Norton, Hall & Webster, insurance 6 

Novelty Rug Co. 1038 

Noyes & Fletcher, investments 1029 

Owen Moore & Co., fancy goods 762 

Paige & Conary, carpenters 1066 

Palmer Bros., gasoline engines 1087 

Palmer Shoe Co., boots and shoes 755 

Parker & Thomes Co., wholesale fancy 

goods 757 

Payson H. M. & Co., bankers front cover 

Pease Austin W., architect 16 

Pendexter E. S., optician 

side lines street directory 

Perkins Thomas C, (incorp.) investments 764 

Perkins John W. Co., wholesale druggists 4 

Perry, Buxton & Doane Co., scrap iron 1046 

Poland Paper Co. 8 

Porteous, Mitchell & Braun Co., dry goods 778 

Porter-Burnham Co , planing mill 17 

Portland Antique Shop 1037 

Portland Building Supply Co 

head lines street directory 

Portland Co., engineers and machinists 1027 

Portland Creamery, cream, butter, etc 13 

Portland Daily Press 10 

Portland Directory Co 1061 

Portland Gas Light Co's appliance store 

gas stoves W 

Portland Monson Slate Co 6 

Portland National Bank back title and 1026 

Portland Photo Print Co 17 

Portland Publishing Co 10 

Portland Railroad Co 1* 

Portland Rendering Co 14 

Portland Rubber Co 20 

Portland Sebago Ice Co.. ,",J1I«*«« 

foot lines general directory 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 
Portland Sewer Pipe and Art. Stone Co. 1045 

Portland Savings Bank 1028 

Portland Shipbuilding Co 13 

Portland Stoneware Co 9 

Portland Veterinary Hospital 1047 

Portland Window & Sign Cleaning Co. 2 

Preble Fuel Co. (The) 1037 

Prince's Express Co 11 

Proctor John F., real estate 5 

Provident Life & Trust Co., insurance 1080 

Puritan Clothing Co 

side lines street directory 

Randall & McAllister, coal 

foot lines general directory 

Rankin F. L., Virgil Clavier School 793 

Rice C. M. Paper Co .paper and twine 8 

Rice John O. Audit Co., accountants 1029 

Rich S. S. & Son, undertakers 799 

Richardson, Dana & Co., lumber back cover 

Ricker Fred B , cigars, etc 1047 

Roberts Wm. W. Co., stationers 

side lines street directory 

Robinson C. H. Co., paper and twine 

head lines street directory 

Rohr William H., motor boats 1036 

Rooney James T. (Estate), express 813 

Rosebrook S. T. Dr., osteopathic physician 

opp. Osteopaths 

Royal Remedy Co., horse medicines 2 

Rumery F. A. Co., contractors 1045 

Sargent-Dennison Co., coal 

head lines street directory 
Sawyer A. L. Miss, school of typewriting 

opp. Lawyers 

Sawyer A. W. & Son, painters * 6 

Sawyer Clarence E. opp. .Lawyers 

Sawyer <& Moulton, engineers 827 

Schlosberg L. H., furrier 828 

Scott Wm. H. Co. (The), roofers 1040 

Scott A. H. Co , custom shirt makers 829 

Scott Chas. A. Co., gasoline engines and 

wind shields 1050 

Seavey Oo. (The;, bookbinders 

side lines geueral directory 

Senter Wm. & Co., jewelers 833 

Shaw Benjamin & Co., real estate front cover 

Shaw Business College 

foot lines street directory 

Shwartz David, real estate 1032 

8haylor Engraving Co. 10 

Smith W. H., furniture mover 12 

Smith <&Langmaid, machinists 865 

Smith & Rumery Co., contractors 1039 

Southworth Printing Co., electrotypers 

and printers foot lines general directory 

Spear Ellis Jr., lawyer opp. Lawyers 

Standish Land & Lumber Co 862 

State Bureau of Development & Publicity 864 
Stevens A. E. & Co., wheels and axles 1039 



Stevens John Calvin, architect ifl 

Stevens John Howard, architect i« 

Stevens J. Putnam, insurance loso 

Stoughton-Folkins Co., automobiles 1000 

Strout& Strout, lawyers onu Lawver* 

Temple Wall Paper Co Pl KawyerB 

„. T L foot lines itreet directory 

Thompson-Johnston Co., real estate mm 

Thorndike G. D. Machine Co 1030 

Tilton C. A. & Co., hardware and plumbing 1066 

Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co. 

, r „ , foot lines general directory 

Lotnpson Frederick A., architect \\; 

Trask G. A., express iQ4<; 

Travelers insurance Co., accident ins! 1030 

Trefethen J. W., wholesale risb 10:14 

True I). W. & Co., wholesale grocers >< 

True S. A Co., flour and grain 1036 

Tucker Printing Co 8 

Turner, Barker Co , insurance 1031 

Twitchell, Champlin Co. (The), wholesale 

grocers g 

Tyson, Weare & Marshall Co., general con- 
tractors 1042 

Underwood Spring Corp. 

head lines geueral directory 

Underwood Typewriter Co 1047 

Universal Laundry 90t> 

Union Granite Co 1044 

Union Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 1027 

Vaill F. S. & E. G . real estate 1032 

Verrill, Hale & Booth, lawyers opp Lawyers 

Vonyik Josef, caterer i« 

Ward A. H. & Son, plasterers 1045 

Wales Adding Machine 1047 

Watkins E. L. & Co., tailors and cleansers 

foot lines street directory 
Watson Jerome L., coal and wood .. 11 

Welch Stencil Co. (The) 

foot lines general directory 

Westbrook Seminary 

head lines general directory 

Weston C. A. Co., grocers 104Jii 

West End Auto & Sales Co 1059 

Wheeler Fred E , stoves and hardware 14 

Willard W. E., Lumber 1038 

Willey & Calhoun, plumbers 940 

Willman E. M , painter 942 

Wilson W. L., Co., grocers 1034 

Winslow & Co., drainpipes 9 

Winslow W. H. & Co., furniture 1046 

Wood Joseph, real estate 20 

Woodman, Cook Co. .silver, gold and nickel 

ware 18 

Woodfords Garage (M.S Folkins; 1060 

Wright A. R. Co., coal and wood 

side lines general directory 
York & Boothby Co., electrical supplies ... 1041 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN OTHER CITIES. 



Page 
American Type Founders Co., printers' 

supplies 1063 

Barrett Mfg. Co., coal tar products. ..back cover 

Burns Detective Agency 

foot lines general directory 

Cook- Vivian Co , paper 1062 

Dickinson Electrotype Foundry 1063 

Hansen H. C. Type Foundry (The) 1061 



Page 

Jones, McDuffee & Stratton Co., wholesale 

crockery, lamps, glassware, etc 8 

Otis Elevator Company, elevators opp. 934 

Page Geo. G. Box Co. 

foot lines and opp. bus. dir. 
Spence, Bell & Co. opp. Glass in bus. dir 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS IN OTHER CITIES 



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Business Directory of Patrons in Other Cities. 



Antiseptics. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 FrankMn, 
(see back cover) 

Asphalt Materials. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, 
(see back cover) 

Artistic Stained Glass. 



Boston 



Boston 



8 P E 
B E 



N C E 
! L L 



& CO. 



90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 

Boxes (Corrugated Paper). 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Box Makers. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Box Printers. 

Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 
Box Shooks. 

Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Cathedral and Colored Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 

Church and Ornamental Windows. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal. Boston (see opp. glass) 

Coal Tar Products. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston I 
(see back cover) 

Corrugated Boxes. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 



Corrugated Paper Products. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
, and opp. business directory) 

Corrugated Packing. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co.. 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Creosote Oils. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin. Boston 
(see back cover) 

Crockery and Glassware. 
Jones, McDuffee & Stratton Co.. 120 
Franklin, Boston (see page 8) 

Cut Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 

Disinfectants. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Electrotypers. 

American Type Founders Co., 270 Con- 
gress, Boston (see page 1063) 

Suffolk Engraving & Electrotyping Co., 
394 'Atlantic avenue, Boston (see 
opp. page 979) 

Engravers. 

Suffolk Engraving & Electrotyping Co., 
394 Atlantic avenue, Boston (see 
opp. page 979) 

Figure Windows. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 
Glass, Ground, Leaded, Stained and Cut 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 



so 



ADVERTISEMENT 



THE 



C^CO NATION ^ 

OF PORTLAND, MAINE 

193 to 197 Middle Street 



P.O. BOX 226. 

INCORPORATED 1824. 



Current Accounts 

Received on Favorable Terms. 

Interest 

Allowed on Time Deposits. 

Correspondence 

Solicited from Individuals, Corporations, Banks and others desiring to open accounts 
as well as from those wishing to transact 

Banking Business of any Description 



through this Bank. 






Safe 


Deposit Boxes 




from $3.00 up. 






FREDERICK N. DOW, President. 






AMMI WHITNEY, Vice-President. 






ELEAZER W. CLARK, Vice-President. 






JOHN H. DAVIS, Cashier. 




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F. W. WOODMAN, Asst. Cashier. 

DIRECTORS 




Ammi Whitney 
Frederick N. Dow 
EleazerW. Clark 
Oakley C. Curtis 


James C. Hamlen 
Alexander T. Laughlin 
Henry M. Jones 


Edward W. Cox 
Charles Cook 
W. H. Dow 
Franklin R. Redlon 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS IN OTHER CITIES 



31 



Glass Stalners. 

8 P E N C E , 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 

Gravel Roofing Materials. 
Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Insecticides. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Illuminating Glasses. 

Silver Ripple Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

pa Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 
Leaded Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal. Boston (see opp. glass) 

Lock Corner Boxes. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see font lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Memorial Windows. 

SPENCE, 
BELL 



& CO. 



90 Canal. Boston (see opp. glass) 

Packing Box Snooks. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Harnp 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Packing Cases. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co./ 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot line? 
and opp. business directory) 

Paper Dealer. 

Cook-Vivian Co., 187 to 195 Congress 
Boston (see page 1062) 

Pitch (Concrete). 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back covex) 



Printers (Wood). 

Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Printing Materials. 

American Type Founders Co., 270 Con- 
gress. Boston (see page 1063) 

Hansen H. C, Type Foundry (The) 190 
and 192 Congress, Boston (see page 
10613 

Road Preservatives. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Roofing Materials. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Shingle Stains. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Shoe Box Shooks. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co.. 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Shooks. 
Page Geo. G Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cam'bridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business director) 

Silver Ripple Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 
Stained and Cut Glass. 

SPENCE, 

BELL 

& CO. 

90 Canal, Boston (see opp. glass) 

Tar. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., 297 Franklin, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Type Founders. 

American Type Founders Co.. 270 Con- 
gress. Boston (see page 1063) 

Hansen H. C, Type Foundry (The) 190 
and 192 Congress, Boston (see page 
1061) 

Wood Printers. 

Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 

Wooden Boxes. 
Page Geo. G. Box Co., 3 to 13 Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport . (see foot lines 
and opp. business directory) 



32-34 



PLACES OF INTEREST— HALLS IN PORTLAND 



PLACES OF INTEREST. 





Miles. 


Aliens corner. 


4 


Atlantic House, Scarboro, 


10 


Basket island. 


7% 


Bradley corner, 


2 


Brighton corner, 


2% 


Cape Cottage, 


S 


Cape Elizabeth Life Saving 
Bowery Beach, 


Station, 


7 


Cliff Island, 


8 


Cumberland Foreside, 


6% 


Cumberland Mills, 


5 


Cushings island. 


3 


Deering center. 


3 


Delano Park, C. E.. 


3% 


Diamond Oove, 


5 


Duck Pond, 


9 


Eastern promenade, 


1 


Evergreen Cemetery, 


3 


Eye and Ear Infirmary, 


1 


Evergreen landing, 


4 


Forest or Clapboard is., 


5% 


Fort Preble, 


3 


Fort Williams. 


4% 


Goose island, 


14 


Harpswell, by steamer. 


14% 


Hlggins Beach. 


9 


Jewell island, 


9 


Kerosene Works, 


2% 


Kirkwood House, 


10 


Knightvllle, 


1% 


Libby corner. 


1% 


Little Chebeague island. 


7 


Long island. 


5*4 



Lunt's corner, 

Maine General Hospital. 

Marine Hospital 

Martin Point bridge 

Morrills, 

Nason's corner, 

North Deering. 

Oak Hill, Scarboro, 

Observatory. 

Peaks island landing 

Pleasant cove, 

Pond cove, 

Portland Head Light, 

Presumpscot Falls, 

Prides bridge, 

Prouts Neck by Vaughan or Poi 

land bridge. 
Reform School. 
Riverton Park, 
Saccarappa, 
So. Portland by road. 
So. Portland by ferry. 
Spurwink church, 
Stroudwater, 
Tukey bridge. 
Turner island, 
Two Lights, 

Underwood Spring Park, 
Union Station. 
Vaughan bridge, 
Western Promenade, 
White Head, 
Willard, 
Wood fords. 



HALLS IN PORTLAND. 



Army and Navy Union, 499% Congress 

Art Building, 627% Congress 

Baxter. 562 Congress 

Bos worth Post. 44 Free 

Brown Block, 537 Congress 

Castle Hall, 490% Congress 

Central Labor Union, 14 Free 

Columbia, 17 Monument square 

Corinthian Hall, 85 Exchange 

Crosby Hall, Deering High School Bldg., 

270 Stevens avenue 
Cushman's, 567% Congress 
Farrington Block, 439 Congress 
Fraternity, 14 Free 
Good Templars, 457% Congress 
Harmon, 506 Portland 
Hibernians, 491% Congress 
Hoegg, 240 Stevens avenue 
Ionic Hall, 649 Forest avenue 
Kavanagh, 305 Congress 
Knights of Pythias, 490% Congress 
Kotzschmar, 627% Congress 
Maine Eye & Ear Infirmary, Congress 

cor. Bramhall 



Maine General Hospital, 2 to 22 Arsenal 
Maine Historical Society, 483 Congress 
Maple, 359 Allen avenue 
Masonic, 85 Exchange and 649 Forest ave 

nue 
Mechanics, 519 Congress 
Mystic, 457% Congress 
Natural History Society, 24 Elm 
Oakdale Hall, 12 Pitt 
Odd Fellows. 562 Congress 
Odd Fellows' Bldg., 649 Forest avenue 
Orient Hall, 439 Congress 
O. U. A. M. Hall, 439 Congress 
Portland Medical School, 57 Chadwick 
Red Men, 439 and 499% Congress 
Red Men, 17 Dunham's court 
Rossini, 80 Exchange 
Sons of Temperance, 439 Congress 
Sons of Veterans, 439 Congress 
Thatcher Post. 453% Congress 
Union, 143 Free 

U. S. Courts, cor, Exchange and Middle 
Williams, 379% Congress 
Y. M. C. A, 156 Free 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



35 



PORTLAND. 



Originally a part of ancient Falmouth; 
first settled 'by George Cleev© and Rich- 
ard Tucker in 1632; ancient Indian name, 
MachLgonne; entirely destroyed toy the 
Indian war in 1676; again destroyed by 
the French and Indians in 1690; bom- 
t>arded by the (British fleet under Cap- 
tain Mowatt. and almost destroyed Oc- 
tober 18. 177*5; incorporated as a town 
lulv 4. 1786, and adopted a city charter 
klanch'<26, 1832; one- third destroyed by 
fire July 4, 1866. Population— 1790, 2,246; 
i860. SE,«15; 1860, '26,341; 1870, 31,413, 



58,57(1 Valuation— 4860, polls 4 244 es- 
tates $17,866,000; 1870, polls 7 814 estates 
*29, 439,257; 1880, polls 8 529 S 

f30.437.541; 1890 go 111 9,984 1st! Is 
"$37,956,808; 1500, poM s 14,123. estates 

ISSfeSS: 1910, ,poHs 16 ' 685 - efft *^ 

Latitude of City Hall, 43 deg. 39 mln 

Longitude, of City Hall. 70 deg. 15 min' 

Elevations— Above high water mark— 

BramihaH Hill 175i/ 2 feet; iMunjoy Hill 

161 feet; Observatory ball 231% feet. 



STREETS, COURTS AND PLACES. 



A from 36 Oilman to 269 St. John 
a' (Deering) changed to Ivy, 1899 
Abbott, from 315 Allen av. to 9 Maple- 
wood 
Abyssinian court, from 77 Newbury 
Adams, from 12 Waterville to 39 Mount- 
fort 
Adams (part of), changed to Mount- 
fort. 1837 
Adams place, from 228 Bracket! 
Adelaide, from 1103 Forest avenue to opp 

37 Bell 
Alba, from 50 Leland northwesterly to 

Evergreen Cemetery 
Alder, from 357 Cumberland avenue to 

Back Bay 
Alder. (Deering) changed to Lambert, 

1899 
Allen av. from 1219 Forest av. to Fal- 
mouth line 
Aliens Corner. June. Washington av. and 

Allen av. 4 miles from City Hall 
Alms, changed to Weymouth. 1867 
Amherst, from 36 Norwood to Berkeley 
Anderson, from 129 Cumberland avenue 

to opposite 65 Fox 
Ann. changed to Park. 1792 
Arbor, from 1108 Forest avenue to 7S:> 

Stevens avenue 
Arcadia, from 130 Veranda northerly, to 

the Presumpscot river 
Arlington, from 68 Woodford to 609 

Forest avenue 
Arlington place, from Forest avenue, be- 
tween Clifton and Arlington 
Arsenal, from 297 Western Promenade to 

336 Brackett 
Ash, from Hoyt to Wadco 
Ashland av. from 26 Vine to 33 Pearl 
Ashmont, from 15 Linden to 40 High- 
land 
Atlantic, from 1 Fore to 94 Congress 
Auburn, from 1413 Washington avenue 

to Falmouth line 
Auburn place, from northwest to 259 

Riverside 
Avon, from 663 Congress to 458 Cumber- 
Land avenue 
Avon place, from Warwick, northwest- 
erly 
Avon place, from 45 Avon 
B. from 9 St. John to 940 Congress 
Back, changed to Congress, 1823 
Bancroft, from northwest of Rockland 

avenue to 524 Brighton avenue 
Bank, changed to Center. 1837 
Bates, from 514 Washington avenue to 

Water 
Baxter, from 523 Stevens avenue, east- 
erly 



Bay. from 300 Ocean avenue, northwest- 
erly 

Bay View court, changed to Fort Allen 
Park place 

Beach, from 12 Clark to 19 West Com- 
mercial 

Beacon, from 239 Brighton avenue to 
2O0 Woodford 

Beaver, changed to Brown, 1837 

Beckett, from 36 Eastern Promenade to 
opp. 65 Congress 

Bedford, from 320 Forest avenue to 221 
Deering avenue 

Beechwood avenue, from Edgewood to 
Chesley 

Bell, from 1059 Forest avenue to 11 Mor- 
rill 

Belfield, from 4H1 Brighton avenue to 
Woodford above Stevens avenue 

Belknap, from Woodlawn avenue ("pro- 
posed) to 285 Stevens avenue 

Belmont, from Back bay to 549 Forest 
avenue 

Belmont nlace. from Forest avenue be- 
tween Clifton and Woodford 

Berkeley, from 279 Woodford to 60 Con- 
cord 

Beverly av. from Thurlow to Wadco 

Berwick, from Casco bay westerly to 
junction Windsor terrace and Ken- 
sington 

Best, from Madeline to Evergreen Ceme- 
tery 

Bishop, from 848 Stevens avenue westerly 

Blsmark. from Olympia northwesterly to 
Oregon avenue 

Bolton, from the south to nearly oppo- 
site 251 Brighton avenue 

Bond, from 14 Sc'nool to 13 Orange 

Bond (Deering). changed to Garrison, 
1899 

Boothbv square, junction Fore, Mar- 
ket. Silver and Pearl streets 

Bowdoin, from 14 Neal and Clifford to 125 
Western Promenade 

Bovd. from 181 Cumberland avenue to 
Marginal Way 

Bovd place, from 41 Park 

Bovnton, from 24 Wevmouth to 21 Forest 

Bovnton court, changed to Boynton. 1906 

Brackett. from 521 Commercial to 25 Ar- 
senal 

Bradbury court, from 212 Fore 

Bradford, from 180 Brackett to 175 
Clark 

Bradlev, from 1221 Congress to nearly 
opposite 391 Brighton avenue 

Bradley corner, junction Congress and 
Stevens avenue. 2 miles from City 
Hall 



36 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



Bramhall, from 271 Western Prome- 
nade to Bramhall sauare 
Bramhall. changed to Forest 1862 
Bramhall place, from 66 Bramhall 
Bramhall square, junction Bramhall 

Cumberland avenue and Congress 
Brattle, from 77 Portland to 190 Kenne- 
bec 
Brentwood, from 470 Stevens avenue to 

Evergreen Cemetery 
Brewer, from 1548 Congress to Cliff 
Bridge, changed to Danforth. 1837 
Brlggs, from 61 Salem to 226 Danforth 
Brighton (Deering). changed to Brighton 

avenue, 1899 
Brighton avenue, from 113 Bedford to 

Westbrook line 
Brighton Avenue terrace, from Brighton 
avenue beyond Capisic. southwesterly 
Brighton corner, junction Brighton ave- 
nue and Stevens avenue, 2V4 miles from 
City Hall 
Bristol, from 1116 Congress to Fore River 
Broadway, from Wall northerly 
Brown, from 71 Free to opposite 353 

Cumberland avenue 
Brown (Deering), changed to Norwood 

1899 
Brown court, from 69 Pleasant 
Bryant, from opp. 35 Irving to 26 Sawyer 
Burnham. from 2 Marston to 1087 Con- 
gress 
C, from 210 B to 229 St. John 
Canal, changed to Commercial, 1859 
Canton, from 93 Portland to 11 Martyr 
Capisic, from opposite 113 Stevens ave- 
nue to 902 Brighton avenue 
Carey lane, from 20 Sheridan to 41 

Mountfort 
Carleton, from 121 Pine to 738 Congress 
Carleton court, from 67 Mountfort 
Carleton place, from 32 Merrill to 31 

Lafayette 
Caroline, from June to 464 Brighton ave- 
nue 
CarroU, from 46 Thomas to Western 

Promenade 
Carter, changed to Gilman, 1900 
Casco, from 521 Congress to 370 Cum- 
berland avenue 
Cedar, from 291 Cumberland avenue to 

92 Kennebec 
Cedar (Deering), changed to Bell. 1899 
Center, from 291 Commercial to 474 Con- 
gress 
Centennial, changed to Rochester 
Central, changed to Dana. 1899 
Central avenue (Deering), changed to 

Brentwood, 1899 
Central square, Junction Stevens avenue 

and Pleasant avenue 
Chadwick, from 45 Bowdoin to 35 Bram- 
hall 
Chapel, from ®&1% Congress to 164 Ox- 
ford 
Charles, from 39 Ellsworth to 36 Crescent 
Charles (Deering), changed to Brewer, 

1899 
Chatham, from 275 Fore to 106 Middle 
Chenery, from 65 Ocean avenue to Back 

bay 
Cherry, from 16 Hemlock to opposite 20 

Lowell 
Cherry (Deering), northwest, changed to 

Holly; southwest, changed to Fern 
Chesley av. from 1190 Washington av. 

to Oakwood 
Chester, from Kendall northwesterly to 

Windsor Terrace 
Chestnut, from 405 Congress to 70 Som- 
erset 
Chestnut (Deering), changed to Ash- 
mont, 1899 



C1 irl? J, ane> changed to Hampshire 1824 
652 Forest avenue 

° h 1899 h (Deer,ng) > cha n^ed to Caplslc. 
Church, from 125 Middle to 136 Federal 
Clark, from 651 Commercial to 70 Pino 
Cla rk (Deering), changed to Concord 

1899 
Clark court, from 41 Tvng 
Cleaves, from 121 Cumberland avenue to 

opposite 23 Oxford 
Cliff, from Fore River to Brewer 
Clifford, from 12 Thomas to 57 Vaughan 
Clifton, from 34 Woodford to 589 Fores' 

avenue 
Clinton avenue (Deering), changed to 

Clinton, 1899 
Clinton, from: 766 Forest avenue to 481 

Stevens avenue 
Cobb court, from 62 Center 
College, from opposite 735 Stevens ave- 
nue to 'Evergreen Cemetery 
Colonial Road, from southwesterly to 
junction Woodford street and Brighton 
avenue 
Columbia road, from iunction Woodford 
street and Brighton avenue, northerly 
Commercial, from 2 India to 1 Weal 

Commercial 
Conant, from Rochester to 66 Winslow 
Concord, from 50 Nevens to 19 Leland 
Congress, from Bast Commercial to 

Westbrook line 
Congress park, from 650 Congress 
Congress square, from 602 Congress. 

junction Free and High 
Cottage, from Longfellow to 12 Ashmont 
Cotton, from 503 Fore to 34 Free 
Cotton Street court, from 62 Cross to 19 

Cotton 
Court, changed to Exchange, 1837 
Cove, from 45 Fox to 34 Gould 
Coyle, from Back Bay across 567 For- 
est avenue to 123 Beacon 
Craigie, from 335 Brighton avenue 

southerly 
Crescent, from 9 Ellsworth to 26 Charles 
Crosby, from 538 Stevens avenue 
Cross, from 265 Commercial to 246 Mid- 
dle 
Cumberland avenue, from 16 Merrill to 

11 Deering avenue 
Cumberland. changed to Cumberland 

avenue. 1901 
Cumberland terrace, from 230 Cumber- 
land avenue 
Cummings, from 630 Washington avenue 

to Back bay 
Cushlng Island, 3 miles from thte City 

Hall 
Cushman, from 168 Clark to 119 Emery 
Cushman court, from 1 West 
Custom House, from 95 Commercial to 

304 Fore 
Cutter, from 101 Eastern Promenade to 

East Commercial 
Cutter, changed to Bowdoin, 1859 



D. from 181 St. John 

Dalton, from 74 Veranda, northwesterly 
Dana, from 197 Commercial to 410 Fore 
Danforth. from 527 Fore to Vaughan 

bridge 
Danforth place, from 220 Danforth 
Dartmouth, from 480 Forest avenue to 

155 Brighton avenue 
Davis, from 1186 Congress to M. C. R. R 
Davis place, from 639 Congress, opposite 

head Park 
Deane. from 53 Washburn avenue, north- 
westerly 



STREETS, COURTS, RT< 



37 



hlois from opposite 280 Brighton ave- 
,1 to 114 Longfellow 
r "'r from 296 Fore to 120 Middle 
>, , ring avenue, from 789 Congress to 
>e. ring avenue (Deering), from Forest 
avenue to Bedford, changed to Wins- 
low 1899 
.''ring from 156 High to 31 Mellen 
Deering' place, from 6 Deering 
Deering point, Forest avenue, junction 

Winslow 
Deland court, from 33 ForeBt avenue 
ix-rmot court, from 116 Brackett to 113 

Clark 
I „. V on from opposite 902 Brighton ave- 
nue ' northeasterly 
Devonshire, from Noyes. junction Brigh- 
ton avenue to Wadsworth 
Diamond Island, 2V 2 miles from the City 

Dlngley court, from 121 "Walton 

I>orset, from Brighton avenue, beyond 

Nason's corner, northeasterly 
l>nimiMss from Canal Basin crossing 

Congress at 1139 
Dow from 712 Congress to 203 Brackett 
Drake from 1179 Washington avenue 
Dunham's court, changed to Poland, 1907 
Imnphy's lane, from 12 York 
Durham, from Brighton avenue to op- 
posite 496 St. John 
Dyer, from 150 Franklin to 51 Wilmot 
Dyer (Deering). changed to Randall. 1899 

Kist Commercial, from 95 Eastern Prom- 
made to Tukey Bridge 

East Deering. north end Tukey bridge 

Eastern Promenade, from 1 Atlantic to 
Junction North and Washington av. 

Edge wood av. from 1200 Washington av. 
to Beech wood avenue 

Kd wards, from oil' Brighton avenue 
to 1190 Congress 

Klk-hth. from Lexington avenue to Broad- 
way 

Kleanor, from 1263 Forest avenue, 
southerly 

Kllzabeth road, from foot of Edwards to 
foot of Bolton 

I-Hlsworth. from 818 Congress to Maine 
General Hospital grounds 

Kim. from 449 Congress to 112 Somerset 

Kim ( Deering). changed to Mackworth. 
IS 99 

Kim wood, from opposite 1009 Forest ave- 
nue 

Klrnwood avenue, from 1180 Washington 
ji venue, southwesterly 

Klrnwood place, from 63 Elm 

Klrnwood place (Deering point), changed 
to Ughtfoot, 1905. 

Emerson, from 53 Congress to 22 Mel- 
bourne 

Emery, from 105 West Commercial, 
crossing Danforth at 291 to 94 Pine 

Emmons, from 495 Washington avenue 
easterly 

Essex, from 863 Brighton avenue, near 
Nason's corner, northeasterlv 

Essex, changed to Franklin. 1837 

Everett, from 12 Winthrop to 83 Ander- 
son 

Exchange, from 379 Fore to 390 Con- 
gress 

Fairlield, from. 117 Veranda to Casco Bay 
Eainnount, from 126 Beacon to oppo- 
site 98 Highland 
Fall Brook, from 966 Washington ave- 
nue 
Falmouth, changed to Yarmouth, 1899 
Falmouth, from 386 Forest avenue to 251 
Deering avenue 



Falmouth Foreside, over Martin Point 
bridge, 5 miles from City Hall 

F VJ} n & ton P lace - fr om 4J31 Congress to 
298 Cumberland avenue 

Fayette, from Casco Ray to 157 Veranda 

Federal, from 24 Mountfort to 277 Mid- 
dle. Junction Monument square 

Fellows, from 515 Brighton avenue 
northerly to Woodford 

Fern, from 43 Holly to 106 Walton 

Fernald, from 746 Washington avenue 
southwesterly to Back bay 

Fessenden. from 410 Forest avenue to 
Brighton avenue 

Fiddle, changed to Essex, 1814 

Fish, changed to Exchange. 1810 

Fleetwood, from Capisic beyond Wol- 
cott to 564 Brighton avenue 

Fletcher, from opposite 362 Danforth 
northerly, to 366 Spring 

Florence, from 79 Pleasant avenue to 60 
Hartley 

Fobes, from about 1302 Washington Av. 

Fore from 2 Atlantic to 2 Danforth 

Forest avenue, from 575 Congress to 
Westbrook line 

Forest, from 901 Congress to 370 Port- 
land 

Forest (Deering), changed to Sherwood, 
1899 

Fort Preble, over Portland bridge in 
So. Portland, 3 miles from City Hall 

Fowler, from 1128 Congress to Fore River 

Fox, from 130 Washington avenue to op- 
posite 226 Franklin 

Fox court, from 399 Fore 

Franklin, from 41 Commercial to Back 
bay 

Frances, from 1181 Congress to Thornton 

Frederic, from 1034 Congress to the 
Canal Basin 

Free, from 254 Middle to 129 High and 
600 Congress 

Freeman lane, from 63 Fore 

Fremont, changed to Anderson, 1866 

Fremont place, from 189 Newbury to 122 
Federal 

Front, from 53 Water northerly to Back 
bay 

Frost, from opposite 1322 Congress to 
opposite 9 Capisic 

Galvin, from 538 Washington avenue to 

near 8 Front 
Garden lane, from 115 Middle to 188 New- 
bury 
Garrison, from Fore River to opposite 

1473 Congress 
Gay, from Columbia road, westerly 
George, from 193 Ocean avenue to Back 

Bay 
Gertrude av. from 1301 Washington av. 

to Hoyt tm M 

Gilbert lane, from 44 Atlantic to 43 St. 

Lawrence 
Gilman, from Arsenal to 386 Portland. 
Gilman place, from Arsenal, near head 

of Gilman 
Glenwood avenue, from 120 Prospect to 

124 Pleasant avenue 
Goodridge, from about 16 Allen avenue 

to M. C. R. R. 
Gould, from 186 Washington avenue to 

Back Bay , L , 

Grace from 121 Woodford, northwesterly 
Grafton, from 661 Ocean avenue south- 

erly 
Grand, from Rochester to 88 Winslow 
Granite, from easterly boundary old city 

farm to 417 St. John 
Grant, from 242 High to 5 Weymouth 
Grant (Deering), changed to Beacon. 1899 
Gray, from 88 Park to 91 Clark 



38 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC 



Gray (Deering), changed to Auburn. 1839 
Grayhurst Park, from 19 Storer 
Greeley, from Dassell to Powsland 
Green, changed to Forest avenue, 1899 
Green's lane, from 241 Forest avenue 
Greenleaf. from 17 Oxford to 40 Fox 
Greenville av. from Thurlow to Ash. 
Grove, changed to Deering avenue. 1899 
Guilford court, from 30 Park 
Hall lane, from 82 Chestnut to 43 Cedar 
Hamblet avenue, from northeasterly to 

172 Brentwood 
Hammond, from 25 Fox to 14 Gould 
Hampshire, from 239 Fore to 300 Con- 
gress 
Hancock, from 161 Fore to 34 Federal 
Hanover, from 371 Cumberland avenue 

to Kennebec 
Hanson lane. from 29 Munjoy to 32 

Vesper 
Harmon, changed to Adelaide. 1903 
Hartley avenue (Deering), changed to 

Hartley. 189S 
Hartley from 790 Forest avenue to 499 

Stevens avenue 
Hastings, from opp. 605 Brighton avenue 
Hawthorn, from about 150 Veranda 

northerly to the Presumpscot River 
Hawthorn (Deering), changed to Wil- 
liam. 1899 
Heath, from 46 Boyd to 175 Franklin 
Heath, changed to Spring. 1830 
Hemlock, from 1005 Congress to beyond 

Cherry 
Henry, from 14 Deering 
Hersey, from' 15 Ocean avenue to Back 

bay 
Hey wood (Deering), changed to Fessen- 

den, 1899 
Higgins, from opposite 21 Lawn avenue 

to 357 Stevens avenue 
High, from 383 Commercial to 122 Port- 
land 
High (Deering). changed to Highland. 

1899 — 
High Street court from 41 High 
Highland, from 305 Brighton avenue to 

264 Woodford 
Highland square, junction Stevens ave- 
nue and Woodford 
Hilborn court, from 19 Forest avenue 
Hill, from 56 Bramhall to 18 Ellsworth 
Hillcrest, from about 416 Brigton Av. 

southwesterly 
Hodgkins, from Veranda opposite Up- 
land avenue to G. T. R. 
Holly from 912 Forest avenue to Fern 
Holwell (Deering). changed to Pitt. 1899 
Hooper, from Davis to Fore River 
Horton place, from 16 Dow 
House Island, two and a half miles from 

City Hall 
Howard, from 69 Congress to opposite 45 

Quebec 
Hoyt, from Gertrude av. to Ash 
Hunt, from 57 Pleasant avenue to 

Clinton 
Huntress, from 1058 Congress to Fore 

River 
Illsley, from Galvin, northwesterly 
India, from G. T. R. depot, Commercial, 

to 272 Congress 
Ingraham court, from 30 Washington 

avenue to 13 Cleaves 
Inverness, from 695 Washington av. 

northeasterly 
Irving, from opposite 43 Ocean avenue 

northerly 
Island, from Upland avenue easterly to 

Fairfield _ .. 

Ivy, from 311 Stevens avenue to Bredley 
Jackson, from 181 Auburn to opposite 
133 Summit 



Jefferson, changed to Brackc;tt, 1837 
Johanson, from 660 Washington avenue, 

southerly 
Johnson, from Cape Elizabeth line to L5S2 

Congress 
Joy, from opposite 172 Ocean avenue to 

Back bay 
Joy place, from 165 Brackett 
June, from 148 Stevens avenue to Caro- 
line 

Kellogg, from 21 Adams to opposite 147 
Congress 

Kenilworth, from west of Rockland ave 
nue to 504 Brighton avenue 

Kennebec, from opposite 109 Wilmot to 
Forest avenue 

Kendall, from Chester westerly to Lennox 

Kensington, from Sherwood northerly to 
Victoria square 

Kent, from 881 Brighton avenue, north- 
easterly 

Kidder, East, from 719 Washington ave- 
nue, easterly 

Kidder, West, from 720 Washington ave- 
nue, westerly 

King, changed to India. 1837 

King place, from 66 Danforth 

Knight, from 275 Allen avenue to Maple- 
wood 

Knightville, south end of Cape Elizabeth 
bridge, in South Portland 

Lafayette, from 103 Congress to 74 

Quebec 
Lambert, from 218 Auburn to Falmouth 

line 
Lancaster, from 62 Anderson to 97 Preble 
Lancaster place, from 84 Lancaster 
Lang's lane, from 247 Forest avenue 
Larch, from 79 Cumberland avenue to 

11 Marion 
Larch court, from 18 Larch 
Lassell, from 1208 Congress southerly 
Laurel, from 82 Wilmot to 181 Pearl 
I>aurel lane, from opposite 179 Pearl to 

79 Myrtle 
Lawn avenue, from 331 Woodford to 138 

Pleasant avenue 
Leeman, from Rosemont avenue, westerly 
Leland, from Presumpscot Park to Ever- 
green Cemetery 
LeLacheur place, changed to Gllman 

place 
Lennox, from Windsor Terrace to Casico 

Leonard, from 120 Leland to opposite 18 

Best 
Lewis, from IS Cushman to 90 Pine 
Lexington avenue, from Wall, northerly 
Libby Corner, junction Congress and 

Portland _ 

Liberty, from 1138 Congress to Fore 

River ,_ __. , 

Lightfoot, from Rochester to 42 Winslow 
Ligonia, over Vaughan bridge, in South 

Portland, 2 miles from City Hall 
Lime, changed to Market, 1866 
Lincoln from 598 Forest avenue, to oppo- 
site 136 Beacon 
Lincoln, changed to Lancaster. 1J99 
Linden, from 21 Longfellow to 2 Ash- 
Locust, from 287 Congress to 170 Cum- 
berland avenue 
Lomond, from 961 Brighton av., be>ond 

Nason's corner, northeasterly 
Lone Island, five miles from the Cit> 

Longfellow, from 23 Noyes to 58 High- 
Longfellow square, junction Congress 
State and Pine streets 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



39 



i oring av. from Washington av. to Thur- 

i nve lane changed to Center, 1812 
[Lowell, from 1051 Congress to 478 Port- 

1 onus Corner, over Tukey bridge, junc- 
tion Washington avenue and Ocean 
avenue, 2 miles from City Hall 

Mabel from 30 Leland, northwesterly, to 

' Evergreen Cemetery 

Mack worth, from opposite 144, Ocean 

avenue to Back bay 
Madeleine, from Leland northwesterly to 
' Evergreen Cemetery 
Madison, from 94 Washington avenue to 

7S Anderson 
Main changed to Congress, 1837 
Main (Deering), changed to Washington 
' avenue, 1899 
Manners avenue, from 1175 Congress, 

northerly 
Maple, from 339 Commercial to 68 

Pleasant 
Maple (Deering), changed to Waverly, 

1899 
M-ipl.'WOod avenue (Deering) changed to 
' Mapiewood, 1899 

Maplewood. from 1340 Washington ave- 
nue to beyond Knight 
Marie terrace, from 292 Congress 
Marion, from 144 Sheridan to 87 Wash- 
ington avenue 
Market, from 153 Commercial to 386 

< :ongress 
Mi i. sum, from opposite 22 Burnham to 

4 r» n Portland 
Mai; in Point bridge, end of Veranda, 2V+ 

miles from City Hall , 
Marivr. from 157 Forest avenue to 

Brattle 
Marwlck, changed to Carroll. 1868 
UaHiiews, from Concord to 170 Pleasant 

av<nue 
May, from 249 Danforth to 258 Spring 
Mayo, from 163 Cumberland avenue to 

Back bay 
M. ■ariine avenue, from Hillcrest to 

K'< we 
Mechanic, from 401 Cumberland avenue 

to :i2 Portland 
ai.-clianic Place, from 31 Mechanic 
Mechanic (Deering), changed to Revere, 

1S99 
Melbourne, from 282 Eastern Promenade 

to 73 North 
M.llen, from 727 Congress to 210 Port- 
land 
Melrose, from 29 Belmont to junction 

Woodford and Arlington 
Merrill, from 83 Congress to 52 Mel- 
bourne 
M< rrill court, from T7 Chestnut to 44 

Stone 
Middle, from opposite 17 Hancock to 

Monument square 
Milk, from 36 Pearl to 29 Exchange 
dittnn, from 1200 Congress, southerly 
Monroe, from 80 Washington avenue to 

opposite 56 Anderson 
Monroe place, from 784 Congress 
Montgomery, from 231 Congress to 128 

Cumberland avenue 
Montreal, from 302 Eastern Promenade 

to opposite 96 North 
Montrose avenue, from about 302 Stevens 

;i v. to a47 Brighton ovenue 
Monument, from opposite 91 Munjoy to 

57 Mountfort 
Monument square, from 280 Middle, 

Junction Federal, to 470 Congress 
Moody, from 158 Eastern Promenade to 

72 Munjoy 



U&£2^- ley - ? ha " ged to Chatham. 1848 
"fSSZ a^nV™™ lU WaU ° n t0 » U 
M 20 n Tifrner° m 84 Daatern Promenade to 
mZI UI , fr ° m I 145 For est avenue, easterly 

?0Q e W fr ° m 744 Washington avenue o 

b09 Ocean avenue 

M ll\ ey h fr °Fl west of Rockland avenue to 

484 Brighton avenue 

Fore"' fr ° m 1?1 Gomrner clal to 378 

JJ&J£i£ rt ' £° m 121 Fore to 218 Congress 
Mountjoy, changed to Congress, 1837 
Munjoy, from opposite 17 Eastern Prome- 

nade to 82 Congress 
Murray lane, from 81 Washington ave- 
nue, easterly 

Myrtle, from 387 Congress to Back bay 
Nasons Corner, junction Brighton ave- 
nue and Capisic 
Neal. from 375 Spring to 756 Congress 
Neal court, from 211 Cumberland avenue 
Nevens, from 211 Woodford to 2 Concord 
New from 560 Stevens avenue to 133 

Leland 
Newbury, from 77 Fore to 89 Market 
Newbury, changed to Sumner, 1837 
New Douglass, changed to Douglass. 

Ninth, from Lexington avenue to Broad- 
way 
North, from 129 Congress to junction of 

Washington avenue and Eastern Prom- 
enade 
Norwood, from 225 Woodford to 52 

Pleasant avenue 
Noyes, from 502 Forest avenue to 179 

Brighton avenue 
O. changed to Crescent, 1888 
Oak, from 79 Pleasant to 394 Cumberland 

avenue 
Oak (Deering), changed to Walton. 1899 
Oakdale, from 67 Falmouth to 56 Dart- 
mouth 
Oakdale, from 29 Falmouth to 54 Noyes 
Oakwood av. from Edgewood to Chesley 
Ocean avenue, from 701 Forest avenue 

to Falmouth line 
Ocean (Deering), changed to Ocean av., 

1899 
Olympia, from 226 Veranda to Presump- 

scot river 
Orange, from opposite 108 Salem to 262 

Danforth * 

Orchard, from Fletcher to 19 Vaughan 
Oregon avenue, from Veranda next 

beyond Olyrnpia to Presunrnpscot river 
Orkney, from 40 Lawn avenue to 381 

Stevens avenue 
Orland, from 1 273 Brighton avenue to 

Longfellow 
Oxford, from 62 Washington avenue to 

27 Portland 
Park, from 419 Commercial to opposite 

639 Congress 
Park Place, from 54 Park 
Parris, from 387 Cumberland avenue to 

Back bay 
Payson, from 367 Portland to Durham 
Peach, changed to Bradford, 1867 
Peaks Island,' three miles from the City 

Hall 
Pearl, from 109 Commercial to Back bay 
Pearl (Deering), changed to Coyle, 1899 
Pembroke, from 22 Veranda to Presump- 

scot .1! ■ -' ] 

Perkins, changed to Fairmount, 1899 
Pine, from 182 State to 215 Western 

Promenade 
Pitt, from 434 Forest avenue to 99 

Brighton avenue 



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STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



Pleasant avenue, from 738 Forest avenue 

to 37 Leland 
Pleasant (Deering), changed to Pleasant 

avenue, 1899 
Pleasant, from 42 Center and opposite 622 

Fore to 109 Park 
Pleasant court, from 41 Pleasant 
Pleasant Street place, from 75 Pleasant 
Pleasantdale, South Portland, over B. & 
M. R. R. bridge, beyond Turner Island 
Plum, from 415 Fore to 198 Middle 
Poland, from 753 Stevens aveynue to 1078 

Forest avenue 
Ponce, from 115 Monument to 190 Con- 
gress 
Poplar, changed to Sheridan, 1881 
Portland, from 62 Preble to Libby Corner 
Post-office avenue, from 90 Market to 

81 Exchange 
Potters lane, from 148 Washington ave- 
nue to 21 Hammond 
Potters lane, from 12 Brattle to 117 For- 
est avenue 
Pottery lane, from 257 Forest avenue 
Powsland. from opposite 1185 Congress 

to M. C. R. R. 
Preble, from 471 Congress to Back bay 
Prentiss from beyond Hawthorn north- 
easterly to Wordsworth 
Presumpscot. from 579 Washington ave- 
nue to opposite 1040 Ocean avenue 
Prospect, from 452 Deering avenue to 

269 Stevens avenue 
Prospect, changed to Shepley, 1899 

Quebec, from 292 Eastern Promenade to 
67 North 

Quincy, from 333 Congress to 210 Cum- 
berland avenue 

Rackleff, from opposite 12 Highland to 

305 Stevens avenue 
Railway square, from 238 to 296 St. John 
Randall, from 558 Washington avenue to 

Back bay 
Ray, from 1045 Washington avenue to 523 

Allen avenue 
Read, from 272 Ocean avenue to 1097 

Forest avenue 
Revere, from 630 Forest avenue to oppo- 
site 7 Highland 
Richardson, from 94 Leland to opposite 

12 Best 
Richmond, from Windsor terrace north- 
westerly to Victoria square 
Riggs, from West Essex, easterly to 

Essex 
Riverside, from opposite 1184 Brighton 

avenue to 1926 Washington avenue 
Roberts, from 99 Washburn avenue, 

northwesterly 
Rochester, from Lightfoot to Surrenden 
Rockland avenue. from 60 Caroline, 

northerly 
Rosemont avenue. from 503 Woodford, 

northerly 
Rowe, from 948 Brighton avenue, beyond 

Nasons corner, southwesterly 
Runnells. from Belfleld to Montrose 

avenue 
Russell, from 8 Hill to 331 Brackett 
Ryans court, from Dermot court 

Salem, from 56 Brackett to 19 Emery 
Saunders, from 698 Forest avenue to op- 
posite 28 Nevens 
Savoy, from 14 Presumpscot westerly 
Sawyer, from opposite 103 Ocean avenue 

to M. C. R. R. 
School, from 81 Salem to 242 Danforth 
School, changed to Pearl. 1837 
Scott, from Whitnev avenue, westerly 
Seventh, from Lexington avenue to 
Broadway 



Se to G M ^"r 11 ? Congress, southeasterly 
Shepley, from 26 Casco to 87 Oak 

wKSSJiSe m 62 st - Lawrence l ° " 

^beycW 87 r0 Wa,n°u? P08ite ** Ad *™ U > 
S ' h a e v™ue fr ° m 2H High to 31 Vee^e 
S PrTs^pscS m Kensi ^°» *> beyond 
S1 Middle f r ° m H1 Commer ^^ to 152 
Sixth, from Lexington avenue to Broad- 
Smith, from 253 Congress to Back Bay 
Smith (Deering),. changed to Leland, 1899 
Smith, changed to Congress, 1823 
Somerset, from 128 Wilmot to 161 Ken- 
nebec 
South, from 25 Pleasant to opposite 81 

Free 
South (Deering), changed to Concord, 

1899 
Spring, from 84 Center to 43 Vaughan 
Spring (Deering), cnanged to Woodford 

1899 
Spring Street place, from 127 Spring 
Spruce, from 144 Brackett to 31 Thomaa 
State, from 461 Commercial to 162 Port- 
land 
State (Deering). changed to Conant, 1899 
Stetson place, from 40 Park 
Stevens avenue, from 1373 Congress to 

1178 Forest avenue 
Stevens court, from 47 Wilmot 
Stevens place, from 29 Park 
Stevens Plains avenue, from 1231 Con- 
gress to 1178 Forest avenue, changed 
to Stevens avenue; from 1178 Forest 
avenue to Falmouth line, changed to 
Allen avenue, 1899 
St. George, from 211 Brighton avenue to 

Longfellow 
St. John, from 495 Danforth to 182 

Brighton avenue 
St. Lawrence, from 15 Fore to 116 Con- 
gress 
St.. Lawrence place, from 51 St. Lawrence 
Stone, from opposite 2-62 Cumberland 

avenue to 138 Lancaster 
Storer. from 323 Danforth to 338 Spring 
Stroudwater, beyond Libby corner (Deer- 
ing district). 3 miles from City Hall 
Summer, from 32 Brackett to 69 West 

Commercial 
Summer (Deering), changed to Abbott, 

1899 
Summit, from 654 Allen avenue to 2061 

Washington avenue 
Sumner, changed to Newbury. 1814 
Sumner court, from 30 North 
Surrenden, from Rochester to «4 Betdford 

Tate, from 219 York to 172 Danforth 
Taylor, from 20 May to 67 Emery 
Temple, from 207 Middle to 424 Congress 
Thames, from 28 Commercial to the 

water 
Thomas, from 345 Spring to 122 Pine 
Thomas (Deering), changed to Irving, 

1899 
Thornton, from the south to opposite 265 

Brighton avenue 
Thurlow from Gertrude av. ** 
Tinkham court, changed to Joy place, 

1902 
Tolman place, from 543 Congress 
Torrev, from opposite 311 Ocean avenue, 

northeasterly to M. C. R. R. 
Tremont, from 66 Lawn avenue to 411 

Stevens avenue 
Trowbridge place, from 287 Brackett 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



41 



True from 100 Presumpseot to 681 Ocean 
avenue 

Tukey bridge, Washington avenue, lead- 
ing to East Deering 

Turkey Lane, changed to Newbury, 1814 

Turner, from 232 Eastern Promenade to 
35 Merrill 

Turner Island, In South Portland, at end 
of Eastern R. R. bridge 

Tvng. from 487 Commercial to 158 Dan- 

Union. from 237 Commercial to 222 

Middle 
rnion (Deering). changed to Fowler. 1899 
Upland avenue, from about 53 Veranda 

southerly to Casco bay 
Vale from 53 Olympia. northerly 
Valley, from 933 Congress to Portland 
Varnum from 164 Brackett to 165 Clark 
Vaughan, from 397 Danforth to 63 Bram- 

Vaughan, from 395 Danforth to 63 Bram- 

hall 
Vaughan bridge, .end of Danfortli 

loading to Ligonla. in South Portland 
Veranda, from 511 Washington avenue 

to Falmouth line 
Vernon place, from 671 Congress 
Vesper, from 54 Eastern Promenade to 50 

Congress 
Victoria, from 19 Olympia northeasterly 

to Oregon avenue 
Victoria square, from about 95 Veranda 

southerly to junction Richmond and 

Kensington 
Vine, from 307 Fore to 132 Middle 

Wadco, from Gertrude av. to Greenville 

Wadsworth, from 390 Deering avenue to 
47 Devonshire 

Waite, changed to Middle. 1837 

Waldo, from opposite 1393 Congress to 
146 Westbrook 

Walker, from 724 Congress to 227 Brack- 
et 

Wall, from 1423 Forest avenue, easterly 

Walnut, from 316 Eastern Promenade to 
137 Washington avenue 

Walton, from 178 Ocean avenue to 647 
Stevens avenue 

Warren avenue, from 1272 Forest avenue 
to Westbrook line 

Warren, changed to Kellogg. 1899 

War-wick, from> 941 Brighton avenue 
iieyond Nason's Corner, northeatserly 

Washburn avenue, from 190 Deering 
avenue to 371 St. John 

Washington avenue, from 221 Congress 
to Falmouth line 

Washington, changed to Washington 
avenue. 1899 

Water, from Casco bay across Washing- 
ton avenue to Randall 



Wateryille from 37 Fore to 58 Monument 

Waverly, from 725 Stevens avenue to 
1040 Forest avenue. 

Webb, from 978 Brighton avenue, beyond 
Nason's corner, southwesterly 

Wescott, from 25 Ellsworth to 25 Cres- 
cent 

West Essex, from 981 Brighton av 
beyond Nason's corner, northeasterly 
«,?•• JS° m fiction Pine and Clark to 
253 Western Promenade 

West (Deering). changed to Arbor. 1899 

Westbrook, from S. P. line to Westbrook 
line 

West Commercial, from 561 Commercial 
to 552 Danforth 

Westrield, from about 1012 Congress 
southerly 

Western Promenade, from 429 Danforth 
to 1 Arsenal 

Weymouth, from 865 Congress to 334 
Portland 

Wharf (Deering). changed to Bristol 1899 

Whiting, from 315 Brighton av. to Pros- 
pect 

Whitney avenue, from 1179 Congress to 
268 Brighton avenue, opp Orland 

Whitney, from 65 West to 288 Brackett 

WTiittier, from 200 Veranda northerly to 
the Presumpseot river 

William, from 456 Forest avenue to 127 
Brighton avenue 

Willis, from 51 Melbourne to 32 Walnut 

Willow, changed to Pearl, 1866 

Wilmot, from 345 Congress to Back bav 

Wilmot (Deering). changed to Torrey 
1899 

Wilmot place, from 48 Wilmot 

Wilson, from 134 Eastern Promenade to 
53 Atlantic 

Windsor terrace, from Kensington east- 
erly to Chester and Richmond, then 
westerly to Kensington 

Winslow. from 258 Forest avenue to 58 
Bedford 

Winslow (Deering), changed to Sher- 
wood. 1899 

Winter, from 163 Danforth to opposite 
25 Pine 

Winthrop, from 13 Madison to 26 Fox 

Wolcott, from Capisic beyond Bancroft 
to 544 Brighton avenue 

Wood, from 1134 Congress to Fore river 

Woodford, from Back bay to 581 
Brighton avenue 

Wordsworth, from 170 Veranda northerly 
to the Presumpseot river 

Worster, from 192 Stevens avenue to 
Caroline 

Yarmouth, from Smith to Tukey bridge 

York, from 522 Fore to 12 Clark and 
commencement of Beach 



WHARVES. 



Barker's from 86 Commercial 
Berlin, from 344 Commercial 
Berlin Mills, from 398 Commercial 
Boston & Maine R. R., from 3«8 Com- 
mercial 
Browns, from 322 Commercial 
Burn ham, from 66 Commercial 
Central, from 192 Commercial 
Commercial, from 156 Commercial 
Custom-house, from 98 Commercial 
Deake. from 442 Commercial 
Franklin, from 46 Commercial 
Gait, from 18 Commercial 
Gas Company's, foot of Clark st. 
Grand Trunk, east G. T. freight depot, 
from 8 Commercial 



Great Eastern, at Fish point 
Hobson, from 382 Commercial 
Holyoke, from 416 Commerciail 
Long, from 170 Commercial 
Merchants, from 308 Commercial 
Merrill from 256 Commercial 
Portland Company's adjoining works 
Portland pier, from 132 Commercial 
Railroad, from 464 Commercial 
Randall & McAllister, fm 76 Commercial 
Richardson, from 280 Commercial 
State street, from 458 Commercial 
Sturdlvant, from 428 Commercial 
Union, from 234 Commercial 
Widgery, from 212 Commercial 
Wrights, from 350 Commercial 



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OFFICERS, ETC., IN SOUTH PORTLAND 



r 



SOUTH PORTLAND. 



Originally a part of Falmouth, lying 
opposite to Portland on the south and 
west side of the harbor, and is one of 
the oldest settled portions of the State 
of Maine; incorporated November 1, 1766* 



?f* 0f $J£ on ?,£ a P e Elizabeth, 1894; poduIa- 

1606,120, population, 1*9110 7 471 W« 

H!w2. the ViUa ^ es bo »-derlnW on SI 
harbor on our map. 



CITY OFFICERS FOR 1912. 



Mayor — John A. S. Dyer. 

Aldermen — Daniel P. Cobb. Frank F 
Coombs, Charles E. West, William A 
Lord, Howard P. Knight, Clement V 
Morse, Charles W Berry 

City Clerk—Fred B. Hamlin. 

Treasurer and Collector— Joseph F. 
Chaplin. 

City Physician — Dr. Frank P. Ma-lone 

Solicitor -Lauren M. Sanborn. 

City Auditor— Cornelius J. McCann. 

Commissioner of Public Works— Her- 
bert M. Arey. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — 
William A. Blake. 

Assessors — J. H. Harford, Philip H. 
Doyen, Andrew J. York. 

Overseers of Poor — Thomas E. McNair, 
William A. Cobb, Thomas J. O'Neil 



WUMc t ?♦ «ealtth-Dr. D . A. Kincaid 
-Si 8 ™ Strout > Samuel Samuels. 
City Electrician— George H. Lowell. 
Inspector of Buildings— O. B. Wormell 
Inspector of Plumbing— Fred A. Hunt- 
Superintendent of , Schools— J. Otis 

Kaler. 

School Comm'ittee-^Frank W. Richard- 
son, Frank I. Brown, Leonard P. Sklllln 
Josiah F. Cobb, Harlan B. Higgins' 
Rev. David F. Nelson, Ernest Henry. 

Truant Officer— Andrew W. Cleveland. 

Constables— John F. Place, Andrew. W. 
Cleveland, Henry D. S. Woodbury 
Michael J. Hartnett, John F. Blake F 
P Kelley, William M. Burgess. Alex- 
ander P. Bartlett. 



STREETS, AVENUES, ROADS, ETC., IN SOUTH PORTLAND. 



K. — Knightville. L,— Llgonla. P.— 
Pleasantdale Wil.— Willard. 
A (K), from northeast to southwest, 

across 19-27 Ocean 
Angell avenue (Wil), from 469 Preble to 

466 Cottage 
Anthoine (P). from 112 Summer to 321 

Highland avenue 
Atlantic av. (P), from water front to 98 

Elm 
B (K), from northeast to High 
B, from (West High) changed to Oak 
Ballard, (P), from 19 Mechanic to water 

front 
Barren Hill road changed to Highland 

avenue 
Beach, (Wil.), from residence of Dr. 

Bray, to 268 Preble 
Bean, from 90 Front to 25 High 
Bodge, (L,), from 127 Lincoln to oppo- 
site 45 Ridgeland avenue 
Bog road (P). from Highland avenue to 

Scarboro line 
Boylston, from Grandview avenue be- 

yound Cash cor. to B. & M. R. R. 
Bramble (P.), changed to Latham 
Broadway, from 174 Pickett to 108 Cot- 
tage 
Brown, from junction Evans and Sum- 
mer through Cash Cor. and Westbrook 
to Scarobro line 
Burnham (P.), from eastern division B. 

& M. R. R. to opp. 476 Summer 
C (K.), from northeast to southwest, 

across 62-70 Ocean 
C (L.), from First to Second and Lincoln 
to Seventh, southeast of Central ave- 
nue 
Oape Cottage road (K.), changed to Cot- 
tage 
Carter (P.), from 296 Summer, south- 
easterly 
Cash, from 310 Main, southerly 
Cash Corner, junction Brown and Main 
Central avenue (L.), from Vaughan 
bridge northwesterly, then southwest- 
erly to Ninth 
Chapel (P.), from the water front across 

175 Elm, to 50 Kelsey 
Chase, from 476 Sawyer to 105 Plllsbury 
Chestnut (P.), from the water front, 



across 136 Elm, to 16 Kelsey 
Church (K.), changed to Thomas 
Church (P.), from 339 Lincoln to 113 

Brown 
City square, junction of Ocean. Cottar* 

and E 
Clark (L.), from 128 Lincoln to D. W. 

Clark's Ice house 
Clemons, from 346 Broadway to 208 Cot- 
tage 
Cole (P) from Eastern Division B. & M. 

R. R. to Summer, Opp Hill 
Cottage, from 118 Ocean to Cape Ellxa- 

beth line 
Crescent, from Sawyer to 130 Pine 
Crockett's Corner, junction Brown, and 

Westbrook and Mussey 
Cummings road, from Westbrook line, 

across Running Hill road, to Scarboro 

line 
Curtis lane, from 60 Broadway 
Cushings' Point, east end of Front street 
D (K.), from northeast to southwest, 

across 85-91 Ocean 
Davis, from 88 Plllsbury, across Cottage 

to Mitchell road 
Day (Wil.), from 411 Preble, northerly 
Deake, from Simonton Cove to 510 Preble 
Dyer, from 250 Front to 129 High 
Dyer square, junction Sawyer and Ocean 
E (K.), from northeast to southwest, 

across 319 Ocean 
East Broadway, changed to Broadway 
East High, changed to High 
Eight (L.), from North avenue, across 

Central avenue, above R. R. crossing, 

to South avenue, n. do. 
Elm (P.), from east division B. & M. 

R. R., across 319 Summer southeasterly 
Elm (P). from eastern division B. & M. 
Emery (K.), from 420 Broadway to 144 

Cottage road 
Evans (P), from junction Summer and 

Brown to Highland avenue 
Fickett (P), from opposite 667 Highland 

avenue to Cape Elizabeth line 
Fifth (K), from Margaret to about the 

Junction of Harriet and Pine 
First (C), from Margaret to B 
Forest, from the water front, across 122 
Elm, to B. & M. R. R. 



STREETS, ETC., IN SOUTH PORTLAND 



43 



Fort HM road (Wil.). from Fort Preble, 
across Pickett, to nearly opposite 267 

Fort* Preble (Wil.). end of Fort Hill road, 

near Pickett street 
Pnurth (K), from Margaret to Harriet 
FYanklin. from 36 Preble to 84 School 
Free from 130 High to 17 Pleasant 
Front, from 6 Pine to Cushlng's Point 
Qorha'm road, from nearly opposite 374 

Westbrook to Running Hill road 
Grand, from 169 Preble, to beyond Spring 
Grand View avenue, from Union, beyond 

Cash Corner, to Boylston 
Gulley (P.), changed to Valley 
Harford court, from 98 Sawyer 
Harriet (K.), from High to Cottage 
Henley, from 115 Pickett, westerly 
High (L.), changed to Ridgeland avenue 
High, from 29 Shawmut to water front 
Highland avenue, from 159 Cottage to 

Scarboro line 
Hill (P.), from 394 Summer to Evans 
Horrie, from 361 Ocean, southwesterly 
Hoyte (P.), from 394 Summer to 145 Kel- 

sey 
Jefferson avenue (Wil.), from Fort Hill 

road opposite Myrtle avenue 
Jefferson, from 29 Pickett, across 19-25 

Preble to 62 School 
Kelley (P.) from 264 Summer 
Kelsey (P.), from eastern division B. & 
M. R. R. across 369 Summer southeast- 
erly 
Klncaid, from 215 Stanford to 220 Sawyer 
Knight from 113 Preble to 190 Stanford 
Latham (P.), from Eastern division B. & 
M. R. R. to nearly opposite 460 Summer 
Lincoln (L.), from western division B. 

& M. R. R. to 75 Brown 
Lincoln square, Junction Brown and Lin- 
coln 
Long Creek road, changed to Gorham 

road 
Loveltt, from 67 Willard to 47 Deake 
Lovell, from 276 High, across Broadway, 

to 262 Cottage 
Main (K.), changed to Ocean 
Main (L.), from the Vaughan bridge 

through Cash Cor. to Scarboro line 
Main (Wil.), changed to Preble 
Maple, from 231 Sawyer to 128 Pine 
Marean road, (K.), from Cottage road, 

easterly 
Margaret (K.), from 300 Marriner to Cot- 
tage road 
Marriner, from 104 High to 301 Pine 
Mechanic (P.), from 9 Ballard, across 

Elm to the water front 
Middle, from 459 Preble to 466 Cottage 
Mitchell road, from 270 Cottage to Cape 

Elizabeth line 
Mount Pleasant, from Sawyer to Pine. 

Willard 
Munroe. from 48 School to 60 Sawyer 
Mussey road, changed to Brown 
Mussey, from High to Cottage 
Myrtle avenue, from Slmonton Cove to 

144 Fort Hill 
New (L.), from 124 Lincoln to 115 Main 
Ninth (L.), from Central avenue, beyond 
the B. & M. R. R crossing to South 
avenue 
North avenue (L.), from First, at B. & 
M. R. R crossing, southwesterly to be- 
yond Eighth 
Nutter (P.), from 425 Highland avenue 

to opposite 197 Evans 
Oak, from 214 High, southeasterly 
Ocean, from Portland bridge, through 
City and Dyer squares, to Cape Elisa- 
beth line 
Palmer (P.). from 34 Ballard to 27 Elm 



Park avenue from Union beyond Cash 

Corner, to Boylston 
Parrott, from 448 Ocean to 687 Sawyer 
Payne road, from end Johnson (Port- 
land) to Scarboro line 

£fl ( t P) Qn f L°? th6 Bft0re ' acros « 1« 

±Um to 30 Kelsey 

Peoples Ferry landing north end Port- 
land street 
Pickett, from 148 Front to Fort Hill 
Pierce, from 187 Sawyer to 92 Pine 
Pillsbury, from 427 Preble to opposite 881 

Cottage 
Pine, from 294 Front to 262 Cottage 
Pleasant, from 163 Sawyer to 66 Pine 
Portland, from 207 Front to People's Ferry 
landing * 

Preble, from 148 Front, across High and 
Broadway, through Willard square, to 
Cape Elizabeth line 
Q (K.), from 62 E, across Summer, south- 
easterly 
Randall, from 146 High to Pleasant 
Richland, from 421 Broadway to Cottage 

S. P. 
Ridgeland aVenue (P.), from 132 Main 

to Church 
Rigby road, from 398 Main, near Cash 

Corner, to Scarboro line 
Rigby Park road, changed to Rigby 

road 
Robinson (P.), from 199 Elm to 90 Keleey 
Roosevelt, from Broadway northwesterly 
Running Hill road, from Payne road, 

near Gorham road, to Scarboro line 
Saco road. changed to Main 
Sandy Hill road, changed to Westbrook 
Sawyer, from water front, southerly, 
across 328 Cottage, beyond Mitchell 
road, through Dyer square, to Cape 
Elizabeth line 
Scamman (K.,) from 44 Summer to 225 

Highland avenue 
School, from Munroe to 171 Broadway 
School (Wil.), changed to Pillsbury 
Sea View Terrace, fro mi 527 Cottage 

southeasterly 
Second (K), from Margaret to Harriet 
Bhawmut, from 79 Pickett to 104 Preble 
Bixth (L.), from North avenue, first be- 
yond the B. & M. R. R crossing, 
across Central avenue to beyond South 
avenue 
^killings (Cash Cor.), from 350 Main to 

Cash Hill 

Beventh (L.), from North avenue, across 

Central avenue, and B. & M. R R 

crossing, to beyond South avenue 

Smith from opposite 33 Summit to 341 

Preble _ „ , 

Boule (K-), from water front to 93 Cot- 

Bouth avenue (L.), from First, south- 
westerly, to beyond Ninth 

Spring, from 122 Broadway to 65 Summit 

Spring (Cash Cor.), from Grand View 
avenue, N. Main, to B. & M. R R. 

Stanford, from 170 Front to 150 Broadway 

Stillman (P.). from 343 Highland avenue 
to 1014 Sawyer 

Summer, changed to Webster 

Summer, from Ocean (K.) to junction 
Brown and Evans (P.) 

Bummit, from 185 Preble to beyond Spring 

Surfside road (Wil.), from nearly oppo- 
site 231 Preble 

Taylor, from Pine to Sawyer, opposite 
Chase 

Third (K), from Margaret to Harriet 

Thomas, from the water front, across 179 
Ocean, to 46 Cottage, (K.) 

Thrasher (Wil.), changed to Myrtle av. 



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STREETS, ROADS, ETC., IN CAPE ELIZABETH 



Tremont, from Grand View avenue, be- 
yond Cash Cor., to B. & M. R. R 

Union, from Main, beyond Cash Corner, 
to Rigby road 

Valley, from 294 Summer, south 

Vincent, from Cottage near Sawyer 

Walnut, from Broadway to Sawyer 
Population, 1907. 1,000; valuation, 1907, 

Washington avenue, from 185 Pickett 
(Wil.), northerly 

Webster, from 7 Preble and Pickett to 72 
Stanford 

West Broadway, changed to Broadway 



West High, changed to High 
Westbrook, from Portland line, by th« 

Reform school, to nearly opp. 690 Main 
Willard (Wil.), from Simon ton Cove to 

476 Preble 
Willard square, Junction Preble and 

Pilsbury 
Williams from 404 Cottage to Mitchell 

road 

Whitehall avenue, from 172 Brown to 

Ridgeland avenue (P.) 
Woodbury, changed to Knight 
Woodbury (Wil.), from 666 Preble to 640 
Cottage 



CAPE ELIZABETH. 



Population, 19.10, 
$ 1,003, 871. &5; polls, 251 



Incorporated Mar. 15, 1895. 

1,857; valuation, There is one post office: Cape Cottage, 

Joseph W. Armstrong, post/master. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 



Town Clerk and Treasurer — Edward F, 
Hill. 

Selectmen, Assessors and Overseers of 
Poor — Harry S. Jordan, Charles M. Hasty, 
Pomeroy W. Jordan. 

Town Agent — William C. Robinson. 

Road Commissioner — Charles E. Jor- 
dan. 

8TREETS, ROADS, ETC., 

Bay View road, from Island View road 

to High Ridge road 
Charles road. from 11 Cottage road 

southeasterly 
Cottage road, from South Portland line, 

near Cliff House, to Ocean House road 
Elizabeth road, from Ocean View road to 

Island View road 
Fessenden road from Lighthouse road to 

Ocean House road 
Forest road, from Mountain View road, 

westerly 
Fowler road, from Ocean House road 

to Hannaford road, Spurwink district 
Hannaford road, from Ocean House road 

to Spurwink road 
High Ridge road (Mountain View 

park), from end Ocean View road, 

westerly , A 

Island View road, from Cottage road to 

Forest road 
Lighthouse road, from Ocean House road 

to Two Lights 



Town Auditor — John (M. Taylor. 

Superintendent of Schools — James Otis 
Kaler. 

Truant Officer— George C. Place. 

Constables— George C. Place, Philip H. 
Hutchinson, Freeman McKenney, Arthur 
S. Odlin, A. P. Anderson, Arthur L. 
Jordan. 

IN CAPE ELIZABETH. 

Mitchell road, from Hannaford road, op- 
posite Spurwink road, to Scarboro line 
Mountain View road, from Cottage road 

to Forest road 
Ocean House road, from South Portland 

line to Ocean House 
Ocean View road (Mountain View park). 

from Cottage road to High Ridge road 
Pleasant, from Ocean House road Town 

House Corner, easterly 
Sawyer road, from Ocean House road to 

South Portland line 
Schoolhouse road, from Pond Cove 

Schoolhouse to Hannaford road 
Shore road, from South Portland line to 

Ocean House road, Pond Cove 
Spurwink road, from Ocean House road 

to Scarboro line 
Summit road, from High Ridge road to 

Forest road 
Waterhouse road, from Sawyer to Ocean 

House road 



CENSUS OF MAINE 



POPULATION OF MAINE 

For the Years 1900 and WO. 



45 



From the United States Census Reports. 



ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. 



Auburn, 

Durham, 

East Livermore, 

Greene, 

Leeds, 

Lewiston, 

Lisbon, 

Livermore, 

Mechanic Falls, 

Minot, 

Poland, 

Turner, 

Wales, 

Webster, 



Total, 



1910 

15,064 
1,625 
2,641 

773 

990 

26,247 

4,116 

1,100 

1,678 

786 
1,382 
1,708 

499 
1,213 

59,822 



AROOSTOOK COUNTY. 



1900 

12,951 

1,230 

2,129 

826 

1,065 

23,761 

3,603 

1,125 

1,687 

808 

1,648 

1,842 

436 

1,131 

54,242 





1910 


1900 


Allagash plantation, 


245 


190 


Amity, 


375 


404 


Ashland, 


2,173 


1,080 


llancroft, 


344 


318 


Henedicta, 


292 


350 


maine, 


1,013 


954 


Hridgewater, 


1,238 


1,179 


Caribou, 


5,377 


4,758 


Cary plantation, 


340 


400 


Castle Hill, 


532 


567 


Caswell plantation, 


529 


368 


Chapman plantation, 


426 


285 


Connor plantation, 


609 


453 


Crystal, 


502 


370 


Cyr plantation, 


531 


502 


Dyer Brook, 


281 


280 


E plantation (Twp. E. R. 2), 126 


44 


Lagle Lake plantation, 


1,421 


406 


Laston, 


1,300 


1,215 


Fort Fairfield, 


4,381 


4,181 


Fort Kent, 


3,710 


2,528 


Frenchville, 


1,414 


1,316 


Garfield plantation, 
Glenwood plantation, 


121 


111 


128 


178 


Grand I*le, 


1,317 


1,104 


Hamlin plantation, 


657 


574 


Hammond plantation, 


115 


116 


Haynesville, 


272 


316 


Hersey, 


186 


199 


Hodgdon, 


1,153 


1,130 


Houlton, 


5,845 


4,686 


Island Falls, 


1.686 


1,063 


Limestone, 


1,293 


1,131 


Linneus, 


809 


834 


Littleton, 


1,026 


956 


Ludlow, 


412 


394 


Macwahoc plantation, 


147 


153 


Madawaska, 


1,831 


1,698 


Mapleton, 


1,120 


853 


Mars Hill, 


1,511 


1,183 


Masardis, 


650 


438 


Merrill plantation, 


393 


298 


Molunkus township, 


88 


74 


Monticello, 


1,297 


1,332 


Moro plantation, 


215 


217 


Nashville plantation, 


27 


32 


New Canada plantation, 


590 


419 


New Limerick, 


481 


600 


New Sweden, 


905 


867 


Oakfield, 


928 


860 



Orient, 

Oxbow plantation, 

Perham, 

Portage Lake plant 

Presque Isle, 



ition, 



Reed plantation, 

St. Agatha, 

St. Francis plantation, 

St. John plantation, 

Sherman, 

Silver Ridge plantation, 

Smyrna, 

Stockholm plantation, 

Van Buren, 

Wade plantation, 

Wallagrass plantation, 

Washburn, 

Westfield, 

Westmanland plantatio 

Weston, 

Winterville plantation, 

Woodland, 

Township A, range 2, 

Township C, range 2, 

Township D, range 2, 

Township 1, range 4, 

Townshin 1 ranirc K 



Township 
Township 
Township 
Township 
Township 
Township 



3, range 2, 

3, range 3, 

7, range 3, 

7, range 4, 

7, range 5, 



xownsnip o, range 3, 
Township 8, range 4, 
Township 8, range 5, 
Township 9, range 4, 
Township 9, range 5, 
Township 11, range 4, 
Township 12, range 13, 
Township 13, range 14, 
Township 13, range 15, 
Township 14, range 6, 
Township 14, range 14, 
Township 14, range 16, 
Township 15, range 6, 
Township 15, range 11, 
Township 16, range 4, 
Township 16, range 12, 
Township 17, range 4, 
Township 17, range 5, 
Township 18, range 10, 

Total, 



1910 


1900 


187 


208 


181 


153 


785 


580 


500 


241 


5,179 


3,804 


537 


399 


1,533 


1,396 


918 


568 


571 


371 


1,053 


980 


155 


168 


411 


411 


715 


191 


3,065 


1,878 


318 


271 


1,004 


784 


1,582 


1,225 


689 


259 


104 


100 


390 


367 


267 


124 


1,161 


1,096 


15 


11 


17 


26 


47 




17 


3 


8 


8 


2 




19 


34 


31 




19 


21 


16 




23 


111 


14 




102 


23 



18 
10 

74 

6 

6 

25 

236 

180 



74,664 



26 



31 
21 

27 

38 

28 

39 
101 
144 

78 



160,744 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



Baldwin, 

Bridgton, 

Brunswick, 

Cape Elizabeth, 

Casco, 

Cumberland, 

Falmouth, 

Freeport, 

Gorham, 

Gray, 

Harpswell, 

Harrison, 

Naples, 

New Gloucester, 

North Yarmouth, 



1910 

791 

2,660 

6,621 

1,857 

688 

1,403 

1,488 

2,460 

2,822 

1,270 

1,650 

967 

736 

1,228 



1900 
82J 

2,868 

6,806 

887 

783 

1,404 

1,511 

2,339 

2,540 

1,388 

1,750 

969 

813 

1,162 

642 



46 



CENSUS OF MAINE 



Otisfield, 

Portland, 
Ward 1. 
Ward 2, 
Ward 3, 
Ward 4, 
Ward 5, 
Ward 6, 
Ward 7, 
Ward 8, 
Ward 9, 

Pownal, 

Raymond, 

Scarboro, 

Sebago, 

South Portland, 
Ward 1, 
Ward 2, 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4, 
Ward 5, 
Ward 6, 
Ward 7, 

Standish, 

Westbrook, 

tVindham, 

Yarmouth, 



8,108 
6,531 
5,663 
5,146 
5,403 
5,834 
9,338 
5,825 
6,723 



841 
1,284 
1,246 
922 
548 
1,078 
1,552 



1910 

632 
58,571 



625 

677 

1,945 

536 
7,471 



Total, 



FRANKLIN 



\von. 

Carthage, 

Chesterville, 

Coplin plantation, 

Dallas plantation, 

Eustis, 

Farmington, 

Freeman, 

Industry, 

/ay, 

Jerusalem township, 

Kingfield, 

Lang plantation, 

Lowell plantation, 

Madrid, 

Mount Abraham township 

New Sharon. 

New Vineyard, 

Perkins plantation, 

Phillips, 

Rangeley plantation, 

Rangeley, 

Redington township, 

Salem, 

Sandy River plantation, 

Strong, 

Temple, 

Washington township, 

Weld, 

Wilton, 

Township D, 

Township E, 

Township 1, range 5 (Tim 

Pond), 
Township 2, range 5 (Adler 

Stream), 
Township 2, range 6 (Chain 

of Ponds), 
Township 2, range 8, • 
Township 3, range 3 (Davis), 
Township 3, range 4 (Stetson), 
Township 3, range 5 (Seven 

Ponds), 
Township 4, range 2 (Crocker), 
Township 4, range 3 (south 

half), 
Township 6 (Berlin), 



190 
1,154 

7 

181 

78 

720 

403 

23 

574 

2,143 

2 



12 



1900 

728 
50,145 



592 

823 

1,865 

576 

6,287 



1,637 


1,504 


8,281 


7,283 


1,954 


1,929 


2,358 


2,274 


112,014 


100,689 


COUNTY. 




1910 


1900 


380 


448 


292 


334 


627 


709 


81 


7o 


166 


172 


508 


43b 


3,210 


3,288 


334 


39? 


465 


553 


2,987 


2,758 


27 


35 


927 


693 


, 62 


87 


173 


90 


264 


326 


P. — 


4 


955 


946 


543 


584 


67 


63 


1,423 


1,399 



961 

113 

195 

21 

637 

394 

20 

738 

1,647 



35 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 

1910 

275 

111 

1,402 

936 

1,176 

2,216 

933 



Amherst, 

Aurora, 

Bluehill, 

Brooklin, 

Brooksville, 

Bucksport, 

Castine, 

Cranberry Isles, 

Dedham, 

Deer Isle, 

Eastbrook, 

Eden, 

Ellsworth, 

Franklin, 

Gouldsboro, 

Hancock, 
•Isle au Haut, 

Lamoine, 

Long Island plantation, 

Mariaville, 

Mount Desert, 

Orland, 

Otis, 

Penobscot, 

Plantation 7, 

Plantation 8, 

Plantation 21, 

Plantation 33, 

Sedgwick, 

Sorrento, 

Southwest Harbor, 

Stonington, 

Sullivan, 

Surry, 

Swans Island, 

Tremont, 

Trenton, 

Verona, 

Waltham, 

Winter Harbor. 

Township 9, 

T6wnship 50, 

Township 22, 

Township 28, 

Township 32, 

Township 39, 

Bear Island, 

Butter Island, 

Eagle Island, 

Hog Island, 

Marshalls Island, 

Mount Desert Rock Island, 

Pumpkin Island, 



Total, 



KENNEBEC 



Total, 



19,119 



18,444 



Albion, 

Augusta. 

Belgrade, 

Benton, 

Chelsea, 

China, 

Clinton, 

Farmingdale, 

Fayette, 

Gardiner, 

Hallowell, 

Litchfield, 

Manchester, 

Monmouth, 

Mount Vernon, 

Oakland, 

Pittston, 

Randolph, 

Readfield 

Rome, 

Sidney, 

Unity plantation, 

Va9salboro, 



353 

1,946 

213 

4,441 

3,549 

1,101 

1,349 

843 

160 

482 

197 

171 

1,569 

1,224 

115 

9SH 

14 

19 

39 

54 

909 

147 

88S 

2,038 

1.132 

734 

749 

1,116 

354 

229 

182 

590 

1 

13 

17 
17 

2 

2 
31 

3 
14 
10 

2 

35,575 



COUNTY. 

1910 

922 

13,211 

1.037 

1,194 

3,216 

1,297 

1,268 

823 

533 

5.311 

2.864 

964 

601 

1,386 

898 

2,257 

954 

1.017 

996 

440 

927 

56 

2,077 



1900 

364 

1 52 

1,828 

836 

1,171 

2,339 

925 

374 

327 

2.047 

248 

4,379 

4.297 

1,201 

1.259 

900 

182 

594 

174 

218 

1.600 

1,251 

152 

1,150 

28 

17 

58 

82 

9irj 

117 

1.648 
1.034 
900 
758 
2.010 
459 
234 
192 
571 

19 

3 
10 

12 

75 



37,241 



1900 

878 

11,683 

1,058 

1.097 

3,092 

1,380 

1,398 

848 

560 

5,501 

2,714 

1,057 

518 

1.236 

906 

1,913 

1.177 

1,077 

994 

420 

1,068 

50 

2.062 



CENSUS OF MAINE 



47 



Vienna, 

Watervillc, 

Wayne. 

West Gardiner, 

Windsor, 

Winslow, 

Winthrop, 



1910 


1900 


403 


406 


11,458 


9,477 


595 


707 


620 


693 


706 


782 


2,709 


2.277 


2,114 


2,088 



Total, 



62,863 



59,117 



KNOX COUNTY. 



■ 




1910 


1900 


Appleton, 




842 


975 


Camden, 




3,015 


2,825 


Criehaven plantat 


on, 


46 


47 


Cushing, 




535 


604 


Friendship, 




776 


814 


Hope, 




497 


599 


Hurricane Isle, 




256 


257 


Matinicus Isle pi 


antation, 


179 


184 


Muscle Ridge plantation, 


67 


72 


North Haven, 




535 


551 


Rockland, 




8,174 


8,150 


Rockport, 




2,022 


2,314 


St. George, 




2,201 


2,206 


South Thomaston 




1,438 


1,426 


Thomaston, 




2,205 


2,688 


Union, 




1,233 


1,248 


Vinalhaven, 




2.334 


2,358 


Warren, 




1,812 


2.069 


Washington, 




814 


1,019 



Lynchtown township (town- 
ship 5, range 4), 

Magalloway plantation (town- 
ship 5, range 1), 

Mason, 

Mexico, 

Milton plantation, 

Newry, 

North Andover surplus, 

Norway, 

Oxford, 

Paris, 

Parkertown township (town- 
ship 5, range 3), 

Peru, 

Porter, 

Richardsontown township (tow 
ship 4, range 1), 

Riley plantation, 

Roxbury, 

Rumford, 

Stoneham, 

Stow, 

Sumner, 

Sweden, 

Upton, 

Waterford, 

Woodstock, 

Township C, 

Township 4, range 2, 

Township 5, range 6, 



1910 



Total. 28,981 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 



30,406 



Total, 



36,256 



PENOBSCOT COUNTY. 



1900 



97 


77 


60 


67 


2,065 


816 


204 


202 


271 


286 


21 


22 


3,002 


2,902 


1,221 


1,331 


3,436 


3,225 


3 


, 


746 


773 


864 


886 


11 


21 


10 


13 


311 


238 


6,777 


3,770 


253 


284 


224 


270 


762 


802 


266 


282 


306 


242 


934 


917 


808 


816 


5 


7 


4 


12 


6 


— 



32,238 





1910 


1900 




1910 


1900 


Alna. 


457 


444 


Alton, 


259 


314 


Boothbay, 


1,700 


1,766 


Argyle, 


233 


320 


Boothbay Harbor, 


2,021 


1,926 


Bangor, 


24,803 


21,850 


Bremen, 


550 


657 


Bradford, 


930 


954 


Bristol, 


2,415 


2 572 


Bradley, 


634 


682 


Damariscotta, 


771 


""876 


Brewer, 


5,667 


4,835 


Dresden, 


815 


882 


Burlington, 


370 


394 


Edgecomb, 


513 


607 


Carmel, 


1050 


932 


Jefferson. 


1,030 


1,155 


Carroll, 


472 


487 


Monhegan plantation, 


120 


94 


Charleston, 


Sf.4 


842 


Newcastle, 


1,066 


1,075 


Chester, 


349 


363 


Nobleboro. 


775 


810 


Clifton, 


217 


236 


Somervillc, 


291 


374 


Corinna, 


1,237 


1,170 


Southport, 


409 


527 


Dexter, 


3,530 


2,941 


Waldoboro. 


2,656 


3,145 


Dixmont, 


757 


843 


Wcstport, 


284 


330 


Drew plantation. 


247 


120 


Whitefield, 


1056 


1,156 


Fast Millinocket, 


923 


— 


Wiscasset, 


1,287 


1,273 


Fddington, 


611 


663 








Fdinburg, 


45 


65 


Total, 


18,216 


19,669 


Fnfield, 


970 


1,062 








Etna, 


523 


527 


OXFORD 


COUNTY. 




Exeter, 
Garland, 


88S 
817 


879 
857 




1910 


1900 


Glenburn, 


457 


461 


Albany. 


410 


538 


Grand Falls plantation, 


50 


52 


\ndover. 


757 


727 


Greenbush, 


485 


586 


Batchelders grant. 


49 


173 


Greenfield, 


195 


160 


Bethel. 


1930 


1,835 


Hampden, 


2,380 


2,182 


Brownfield, 


933 


1,019 


Hermon, 


1,210 


1,183 


Buckfield, 


1,087 


1,139 


Hoi den, 


609 


602 


Byron, 


187 


204 


Howland, 


494 


519 


Canton, 


1,013 


946 


Hudson, 


403 


430 


Denmark, 


596 


634 


Indian township No. 3, 


44 


1,144 


Dixfield, 


1,056 


1,052 


Kenduskeag. 


481 


423 
936 
574 
129 


Fryeburg, 


1,282 


1,376 


Kingman, 


741 


Fryeburg Academy gra 


nt. 14 


15 


Lagrange, 


590 
96 


Gilead, 


233 


340 


Lakeville plantation, 


Grafton, 


64 


81 


Lee, 


748 


801 
789 
1,731 
300 
28 
527 
115 
297 


Greenwood. 


664 


741 


Levant, 


707 


I lanover. 


196 


214 


Lincoln, 


1,988 


Hartford, 


592 


660 


Lowell, 


259 


Hebron. 


603 


494 


Mattamiscontis, 


12 


11 iram, 


945 


1,015 


Mattawamkeag, 


517 

79 

489 


Lincoln plantation, 


307 


73 


Maxfield, 


Lovell, 


668 


693 


Medway, 



48 



CENSUS OF MAINE 



\y 





1910 


1900 


Milford, 


967 


838 


Millinocket, 


3,368 




Mount Chase, 


227 


299 


Newburg, 


694 


734 


Newport, 


1,747 


1,533 


Old Town, 


6,317 


5,763 


Orono, 


3,555 


3,257 


Orrington, 
Passadumkeag, 


1,219 


1,266 


445 


409 


Patten, 


1,406 


1,172 


Plymouth, 


590 


658 


Prentiss, 


472 


502 


Seboeis plantation, 


86 


96 


Springfield, 


459 


532 


Stacyville plantation, 


577 


347 


Stetson, 


480 


503 


Summit plantation, 


14 


37 


Veazie, 


557 


555 


Webster plantation, 


103 


124 


Winn, 


655 


688 


Woodville, 


125 


160 


Township A (West of Hop 






kins Academy grant), 


75 


50 


Township A, range 7, 


7 


16 


Township 1, range 7, 


40 


— 


Township 2, range 6, 


208 


49 


Township 2, range 7, 


15 


— 


Township 2, range 8, N. W. 


P., 21 


7 


Township 2, range 9, N. W. 


P., 11 


5 


Township 3, range 1, 


3 


7 


Township 3, range 7, 


<> 


— 


Township 4, range 7, 


12 


- — 


Township 5, range 7, 


6 


1 


Township 6, range 7, 


26 


17 


Township 6, range 8, 


11 


5 


Township 7, range 8, 


1 


— 


Township 8, range 7, 


— 


— 


Indian Island, 


320 


269 



Total, 



85,285 



PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. 
1910 



76,246 



1900 



Abbott, 


705 


716 


Atkinson, 


528 


495 


Barnard plantation, 


101 


98 


Big Squaw Mountain town- 






ship, 


42 


— 


Blanchard, 


175 


248 


Bowdoin College grant, east, 


3 


42 


Bowerbank, 


76 


66 


Brown ville, 


1,808 


1,570 


Chesuncook township (town- 






ship 5, range 13), 


90 


65 


Days Academy grant, 


32 


37 


Dover, 


2,091 


1,889 


Elliottsville plantation, 


120 


86 


Foxcroft, 


1,867 


1,629 


Frenchtown township (town- 






ship A, range 13), 


39 


20 


Gore A 2, 


— 


10 


Greenville, 


1,474 


1,117 


Guilford, 


1,680 


1,544 


Katahdin Iron Works town- 






ship (township 6, range 






9), 


75 


114 


Kineo township. 


48 


43 


Kingsbury plantation, 


108 


106 


Lake View plantation, 


245 


173 


Lily Bay township (town- 






ship A, range 14), 
Little Squaw Mt. township 


23 


5 






(township 3, range 5), 


62 


— 


Medford, 


262 


282 


Milo, 


2,556 


1,150 


Monson, 


1,243 


1,116 


Northeast Carry township 






(township 3, range 15), 


55 


24 


Orneville, 


350 


325 


Parkman, 


646 


718 


Sangerville, 


1,319 


1,294 



range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 



Sebec, 
Shirley, 
Wellington, 
Williamsburg 
Willimantic, 
Township A, 
Township B, 
Township 1, 
Township 1, 
Township 1, 
Township 1, 
Township 2, 
Township 2, range 
Township 2, range 
Township 2, range 
Township 3, range 
Township 3, range 
Township 3, range 
Township 3, range 
Township 4, range 
Township 4, range 
Township 4, range 
Township 4, range 
Township 4, range 
Township 5, range 
Township 5, 
Township 5, 
Township 5, 
Township 5, 
Township 6, 
Township 6, 
Township 6, 
Township 6, 
Township 7, 
Township 7, 
Township 7, range 
Township 7, range 
Township 7, range 
Deer Island, 
Moose Island, 
Sugar Island, 



1910 

549 

334 

393 

138 

271 

2 

1 

28 



N. W. P. 



range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 
range 



N. W. P. 



10, 

11, 

14, 

9, 

10, 

11, 

13, 

9, 

9, N. 

10, 

11, 

12, 



W. P. 



91 



Total, 



19,887 



SAGADAHOC COUNTY. 



Arrowsic, 

Bath, 

Bowdoin, 

Rowdoinham, 

Georgetown, 

Perkins, 

Phippsburg, 

Richmond, 

Topsham, 

West Bath, 

Woolwich, 



Total. 



18,574 



SOMERSET COUNTY. 



Anson, 

Athens, 

Bigelow plantation, 

Bingham, 

Brighton plantation, 

Cambridge, 

Canaan, 

Caratunk plantation, 

Carrying Place plantation, 

Concord, 

Cornville, 

Dead River plantation, 

Dennistown plantation, 

Detroit, 

Embden, 

Fairfield, 

Flagstaff plantation, 

Forks plantation, 

Harmony, 



1900 
593 
248 
413 
117 

41:-) 



16,949 



1910 


1900 


147 


180 


9,396 


10,477 


814 


937 


1,385 


1,305 


742 


799 


39 


61 


1,079 


1,254 


1,858 


2,049 


2,016 


2,097 


230 


291 


868 


880 



20,330 



1910 


1900 


2,209 


1,830 


914 


896 


54 


57 


775 


841 


274 


368 


369 


364 


874 


977 


235 


218 


16 


22 


256 


201 


720 


689 


04 


91 


00 


96 


461 


527 


529 


567 


4,435 


3,878 


149 


115 


169 


157 


730 


571 



CENSUS OF MAINK 



49-68 



Hartland, 

Highland plantation, 
aclcman plantation, 
Lexington plantation, 
Madison, 

May fid<l plantation, 
Mcrccr, 

Million Acre gore, 
Moose River plantation, 
Moscw, 
\- rNV I'ortland, 
N'orridgewock, 
I'alim ra. , . 

I'icrce fond township, 
Pitt afield, . 

i'ittston township. 
Pleasant Ridge plantation, 
Plymouth township, 
Hiplcy. 
si Albans, 
s: U -.dhar tract, 
S.uuiwich Academy grant, 
Skowhcgan, 
v .hf..ld. 



Taunton and Kaynham Aca 
dctnv grant, 

\\ , vt Forks plantation, 
I ..wuship VV. (Northwest 



I ..- n-iliip 1 (west of Squaw 

Mountain), 
I.. unship 1. range 1 (north 
nf Taunton and Rayn- 
ham Academy grant), 
l', .wnship 1, range 2 (Tom- 

hc-gan), 
[iiwiiship 1. range 5, E. K. 
R. ( Moxie gore), 
,w ns|n|) 1, range 7, W. K. 

R. (Sapling), 
i« nship 2, range 4, E. K. 

K. ( East Moxie), 
,« nship 2, range 6, W. K. 

R. (Parlin Pond), 
.wnship 2, range 7, W. K. 

K ( Misery), 
a nship 3, range 1 (Long 
fond), 

■ a nship 3, range 4, W. K. 

K . 
.wnship 4. range 3 (Bald 

Mountain) 
.wnship 4, range 6, W. K. 

R. (Ilobbstown), 

• wuship 4, range 18, 

• wuship 5, range 1 (Attean) 

■ wnship 5, range 3 (Sandy 

Bay 1 ), 

■ wnship 6, range 1 (Holeb), 



Total. 



1910 
1,176 

68 

667 

237 

3,379 

67 

441 

46 

251 

518 

882 

1,608 

960 

9 

2,891 



WALDO COU 



Belfast, 

Belmont, 

H rooks, 

Burnham, 

Frankfort, 

Freedom, 

fslesboro, 

' ackson. 

Knox. 

Liberty, 

I incolnville, 

■Monroe, 

Montville, 

Morrill, 

N "i-thport, 

i'alermo. 



1900 

1,115 

67 

352 

231 

2,764 

89 

493 

8 

2:^9 

378 

913 

1,495 

915 

2,891 



Prospect, 

Searsmont, 

Searsport, 

Stockton Springs, 

Swanville, 

Thorndike, 

Troy, 

Unity, 

Waldo, 

Winterport, 

Total, 



1910 


1900 


597 


648 


828 


949 


1,444 


1,349 


1,103 


872 


467 


502 


525 


497 


768 


766 


899 


877 


386 


468 


1,582 


1,623 



23,383 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



24,185 



21 


— 




1910 


1900 


92 


114 


Addison, 


985 


1,059 


— 


4 


Alexander, 


374 


333 


434 


449 


Baileyville, 


1,137 


215 


1,027 


1,037 


Baring, 


228 


231 


11 


8 


Beddington, 


58 


86 


44 


— 


Brookton, 


237 


285 


5,341 


5,180 


Calais, 


6,116 


7,655 


427 


449 


Centerville, 


91 


91 


1.034 


996 


Charlotte, 


290 


315 


549 


636 


Cherryfield, 


1,499 


1,859 






Codyville plantation, 


69 


68 


28 


15 


Columbia, 


564 


516 


138 


160 


Columbia Falls, 


663 


569 






Cooper, 


190 


207 


12 


6 


Crawford, 


114 


112 






Cutler, 


585 


565 


27 


— 


Danforth. 


1,295 


1,092 






Deblois, 


69 


73 






Dennysville. 


4r,D 


482 


184 


87 


Dyer township. 


— 


30 






EastMachias, 


1,392 


1,521 


— 


7 


Eastport, 


4,961 


5,311 






Edmunds. 


616 


492 


25 


17 


Forest City, 

Grand Lake Stream (Hinck- 


79 


151 


8 


21 


ley) plantation, 


290 


221 






Harrington, 


1,020 


1,165 


8 


— 


Indiantown township, 


94 


87 






lonesboro; 


519 


606 


15 


12 


Tonesport, 


2,074 


2,124 






Kossuth plantation, 


44 


46 


4 


8 


Lambert Lake plantation, 


104 


113 






Lubec, 


3,363 


3,005 


216 


92 


Machias, , *-- 


2,089 


2,082 






Machiasport, 1 


1,218 


1,218 


■ — 


2 


Marion. 


114 


95 






Marshfield, 


178 


227 


15 


— 


Meddvbemps, 


124 


154 






Milbridge, 


1,550 


1,921 


4 


— 


Northfield, 


81 


* 126 


1 


— 


Pembroke, 


1,378 


1,652 


15 


5 


Perry, 


1,153 


1,245 






Plantation 14, 


82 


77 


10 


9 


Plantation 18 (E. Division), 


6 


15 


49 


30 


Plantation 21, 


81 


86 






Princeton, 
Robbinston, 


1,091 
691 


1,094 


36,301 


33,849 


844 






Roque Bluffs, 


105 


168 


NTY. 
1910 


1900 


Steuben, 
Talmage, 
Topsfield, 


890 
100 
259 


901 

93 

282 

463 


4,618 


4,615 


Trescott, 


461 


335 


352 


Vanceboro, 


623 


550 


704 


669 


Waite, 


162 


135 


. 733 


766 


Wesley, 


172 


198 


1,157 


1,211 


Whiting, 


368 


399 
424 


480 


479 


Whitneyville, 


258 


877 


923 


Township 1, range 1, 


— 




416 


439 


Township 5 (west of town- 




e" 


511 


558 


ship 6). 


12 


650 


737 


Township 6 (west of Grand 




2 


1,020 


1,223 


Lake), 


7 


872 


958 


Township 6, range 1, 


46 

7 


850 


982 


Township 10, 


48 


353 


420 


Township 11, range 3, 


8 


518 


545 


Township 19 (west of Coop- 




9 


690 


757 


er), 





64 



CENSUS OF MAINE 



Township 27 (west of plan- 
tation 21), 
Township 29 (Devereaux), 
Township 31, 



1910 



1900 



Total, 



Acton, 

Alfred, 

Berwick, 

Biddeford, 

Buxton, 

Cornish, 

Dayton, 

Eliot. 

Hollis, 

Kennebunk, 



YORK COUNTY, 



5 


8 


5 


2 


7 


18 


42,905 


45,232 


TY. 

1910 


1900 


603 


778 


890 


937 


2,098 


.. 2,280 


17,079 


16,145 


1,675 


1,838 


954 


984 


395 


473 


1,530 


1,458 


1,284 


1,274 


3,099 


3,228 



Kennebunkport, 

Kittery, 

Lebanon, 

Limerick, 

Limington, 

Lyman, 

Newfield, 

North Berwick, 

Old Orchard, 

Parsonfield, 

Saco, 

Sanford, 

Shapleigh, 

South Berwick, 

Waterboro, 

Wells, 

York, 

Total, 



1910 

2,130 

3,533 

1,316 

965 

980 

615 

620 

1.777 

961 

1,057 



9,049 
691 

2,935 
997 

1,908 

2,802 

68,526 



1900 
2,128 
2,872 
1,335 

874 
1,001 

687 

676 
1,748 

964 
1,131 
6,122 
6,078 

847 
3,188 
1.169 
2,007 
2,668 

64,885 



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The system adopted for numbering the streets of this city is. that a person. 
starting at the beginning of any street, and following along with the numbers, 
every even number will be on the left hand, and every odd number will be on 
the right hand. 

When no letter is placed after the name it will be understood as indicating 
the place of residence; fac, factory; h and s, house and store; h and sa. house and 
saloon; h and sh, house and shop; mfy, manufactory; o, office; s. store; sa. sa- 
loon; st, stable; rsnt, restaurant. Where a stands before the name of a street 
it signifies that there was no number dropped for the space the street occupies. 
When a — follows the number it signifies that the street ends there. 





LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 




A STREET. 




WARD 7. 




From 36 Gilman to 269 St. John. 


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William Neal 


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Mrs. Murial B. Soule 13, 15 B street 


J 2 


Bliss Powell 19 R. J. Wood 




Mrs. John McAveny Edmund E. Burnham 


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18 B street 21 Walter S. Fowler 




Fred Johnson 


26 


Peter P. Bonfilleo 29 George W. Billings, horist 


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ABBOTT STREET. 

WARD 9. 
■om 315 Allen avenue to 9 Maplewood. 



James H. Jackson 

Mrs. Sarah E. Harrington-* 

Mrs. Sarah Larrabee \r 

Joseph D. Wells 

George E. Wallace 

M a p 1 e w ood Hi re e t 



5 Willis H. Rolfe 



Albert Wallace 
George S. Reed 

Maplewood street 



ADAMS PLACE. 

WARD 6. 
From 228 Brackett. 



Thomas J. Haskell 
Samuel W. Joy 
Samuel D. Lincoln 
Miss Eliza Wall 
Mrs. Susan A. Davis 
Mrs. Lizzie A. Johnson 
Harden A. Fairweather 



3 Fred G. Lib by 
5 Edmund Darker 
7 Frank. A. Davis 

9 Miss Ellen L. Sanborn 

Frank E. Bobbins 

11 Mrs. Susan O. Walker 



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LEFT SIDE. 



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3 2 



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52 

54 
56 

58 
60 
64 
66 

68 

70 

72 
74 



86 



From 12 
Vacant 

(rear) Vacant 
John T. Hoyt 
Thomas Shelvey 
Edward Moran 

O Freeman laue 
Raft'aele Dam.iey 
John H. Rowe 
John B. Handlon 
Paul Lapierre 
Patrick Ridge 
Andrew P. Hopkins 
John H. Higgins 
Fred D. Cushman 
Patrick Jennings 
Albert S. Osterlund 
Patrick J. McDonough 
Frank M. Emery 
Michael Feeney 
Francis J. Monahan 
Alexander McDonald 
George A. Pinard 
James Lee 

Alexander L. McDonald 
Herbert James Morrison 
Howard K. Jones 
Frank J. Devine 
Martin Welch 
John J. Madden 
Earl W. Clarke 
George W. Tibbetts 
John J. Abbott 
Arthur O. Sweeny 
Mrs. Annie O'Donnell 
Vacant 

John P. Ostman 
Charles P. Petty 
Edward J. Petty 
Edward Petty 
George E. James 
Samuel Holdorf 
Richard L. Alden 
Patrick F. Cummings 
Stan.ton D. Philpot 
Gracinto Germane 
Augustus F. Rove 
William S. O'Brien 
Mrs. ELlen McDonnell 
William H. Lowery 

Mountfort street 



RIGHT SILK. 
ADAMS STREET. 

WARD 2. 
Waterville to 39 Mountfort. 

3 William A. Johnson, grocer 
9 Patrick H. Silk 
Eugene O'Connell 

11 Richard E. O'Brien 
17 Michael Joyce 

Mrs. Bridget Burke 
19 Patrick Burke 



23-29 KelloKK street 

47 William Walsh 
John M. O'Neil 
Mrs. Mary Burke 



51-55 Sheridan street 

61 Patrick Stokes 
Albert Nicholson 
Ernest N. McKay 
Mrs. Mary J. Burns 

65 Algot Berg 

Gustaf Gustafso'n 
Frederick Gustafson 



69 Adolph Smith 
Thomas Jones 

73 Rowe Bros., milk 
75 Bernard Devine 
SI Mrs. Ellen Hermans 
83 Mrs. Catherine Reardon, grocer 
85 Mrs. Mary Blanchard 
Mrs. Ellen Reardon 

87 . Charles W. Spinney 
Malcolm McDonald 
(rear) Michael H. Lyons 

Christian Horndrup 
Carl Meelbeck 

91 Joseph Turcotte 
Stephen Stanton 
Pa.trick Malia 



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ADELAIDE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 1103 Forest avenue to opposite 37 Bell. 
Mrs. Bertha A. Perry 17 Niels H. Freis 

Aaron B. Cummings 

Sylvanus E. Stevens 25 J. Harmon French 

John Robertson 

Bell street — Bell street 



ALBA STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From 50 Leland to Evergreen Cemetery 



8 Mrs. Amelia A. Carey 
Frank W. Covey 
14 Thomas R. Clarke 

26 Silas S. Lenient 



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11 Fred A. Bryant 

15 Millard G. H. Greeley 

19 Lvman P. Ham den 

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LEFT SIDE. 

Charles H. Lamont 
Charles E. Lopez 
John Moores 
Eugene Keating- 
James Boyman 
Kaymond F. Smith 
Alton 11. Osgood 
Christian Tandberg 



!2 Best street 

Edward J. Freeman 
i 'arl A. Johnson 

Evergreen Cemetery 



A LB A STREET— Continued. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



Charles F. Harmon 

Mrs. Sarah A. Cross 

Isaac Haines 

Albert Curtis 

Frank C. Robbins 

Walter J. Huston 

William W. Murphy 

Clifford L. Plum me r 

Thomas E. Cahill 
79-81 Best street 

83 George W. Johnson 
S9 Clara H. Folwartschny 
95 ~ Evergreen Cemetery 



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67 

71 
73 



124 



164 



From 357 
Charles P. Harmon 
Ira L. Day 
Charles W. Colby 
Mrs. Mary Talbot 
Edward A. Simon 
Henry H. Hamilton 
diaries M. Bailey 
Mrs. Georgia A. Meservc 
Joshua Thornton 
James H. Riggs 

Portland street 
Oliver H. :Sargent 
Samuel Barbriek 
Stephen R. Barbriek 
John I. Carter 
Emerson Thome 
Ernest S. Nelson 
Louis M. Holmes 
Tsaae H. Ball 
Fred S. Osgood 
Samuel F. Libby 
Miss Gertrude A. Phelan 
Miss Addie B. McDonald 
Mrs. Isabella H. Hawkes 



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ALDER STREET. 

WARD 4. 
Cumberland avenue to Back bay. 
7 William J. Coyne 
15-19 Dodge Co., carriagesmitl 

Harrison Dill, carpenter 
21 Portland street 

23 Oxford street 

31 James L. Hadley 

George W. Griffin 
33 Melvin B. Hunt 

Mrs. Ann M. Morrison 
35 William Lawrence 

Frank L. Howarth 

(rear) George W. Lowe 
41 Mrs. Sarah J. Deering 
43 William Ross 

Albert F. Sawyer 
45 Charles R. Phinney 

Amos G. Grover 
49 Fred B. Rolfe 

Charles M. Adams 
53 Charles H. Rolfe 

Ferdinand A. Thoits 
55 William O'Brien 

Lucius Ingerson 
57 Levi Miller 
59 Fred S. Green 
63 Harry A. Waterman 
65 Vacant 
7 9 — Kennebec street 



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Thomas H. Fielding 

vtioodrid&e street 
3 4 M. C. R. R. 

Philip Goodridge 

Trueman S. Stevens 
George G. Cilley, milk 
Charles W. Leighton 
George W. Noyes 
Robert B. Low, carpenter 

Kufus M. Leighton 
Walter P. Blake 
Linwood P. Fickett 
George R. Little 

Colonial street 
Weslev E. Waldron 



1S2 Mrs. Clara A. Moore 



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WARD 9. 

t avenue to Falmouth line. 

17-23 M. C. R. R. 

27 Morrill's Coal & Wood Co., o and 

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47 Winthrop W. Riggs 
57 Phineas X. Pingree 

Guy A. Davis 
67, 69 Private way 

7 5 Joshua R. Cobb 

(rear) Edgar H. Vowles 
7 9 Frank M. Cobb 
Albert S. Way 
125 Charles B. Hawes 
135 Edwin G. Jackson 
141 George Wilson 
153 Herbert W. Whitten 
155 Solon H. Peterson 
177 Peter A. Feeney 

Benjamin W. Meader 
183 Delbert O. Andrews 
Samuel G. Stickney 
199 Roland Leighton, milk 



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William D. Scott 
Richard J. Lowerv 



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92 John W". Lambert 



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318 



3 3 4 

336 



344 



Mrs. Charles T. Wilson 
Caleb M. Mitchell 

John L. Plummer, painter 
O. J. & F. R. Pride, drugs 



Charles A. Pride, groeer 
3 4 8. 350 \\ ashingrtoii aveui 

354 John A. Smith 

Cyrus A. Thurlow 



Edward B. Densiow 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
MJE — Continued. 

199 Joseph W. Huston 

205 George L. Marst 

229 William Barrows. 

23 < Mrs. Georgianna Noyes 

2 4 i Harvey L. Thurlow 

2;>5 Frederic P. Mounlfort 

2o7 Harvey A. Cobb 

267 Oliver A. Mann 

271 Fred L. Thurlow 

Frederick H. Knight 
2(5, 277 Knight street 

2 95 Pierce H. Lewis 

Warren A. Colby 
301 Merton F. Rolfe 
•5 15 Abbott street 

327 Greenville J. Fickett 
331 Oliver A. Mann, blacksmith 
333 Melissa W. Hadlock, varietv 
335 Charles E. Mcintosh, pool 
341 Wallace &. Frank, grocers 
34 5, 347 U agliingrtou avenue 

357 Arthur C. Goodrich 
3 65 A Vacant 

365 Miss Eliza H. Morton 
369 William W. Weymouth 
379 Clifford C. Leighton 

3 95 Alfred C. Fernald 
403 Ralph Raffaele Deo 
409 Edward B. Libby 
419 Arthur C. Goodrich 

455 Joseph J. G. Hannaford 

495 Mrs. Elizabeth G. Berry 

5 23, 5 25 Ray street 

619 Uriah Duncan 

745 — Falmouth line 



10 Lyman R. Thompson 

18 William T. Sanborn 

— - Berkeley .street 



From 129 Cum 
8 James E. Stephenson 
12 Miss Hattie F. Sawyer 
Mrs. Effie "W. Anderson 

14 Michael Sheahan 

Mrs. Catherine Mitchell 
16 Albert G. Frost 

15 Mrs. Henrietta M. Miller 
George E. Hacker 

20 Benjamin F. Bradbury 

James M. Mulhern 
22 Charles W. Rollinson 

Frederick L. McDonald 
26 Herbert L. Keene 

Mrs. Emimeline B. Buzzel 
2S William H. Welch 

Alfred Anderson 
32 John D. Relahan 

Almon G. Mortensen 
34, 36 Oxford street 

38 John J. Shelvey 

Hans P. Smith 
40 Martin W. Jensen, baker 
4 2 Mrs. Margaret Collier 



AMHERST STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 36 Norwood to Berkeley 

1 1 



Carroll B. Skillin 
Ansel J. Houghton 
19 George F. B'urns 
Herbert R. Ramsay 

Berkeley street 

ANDERSON STREET. 

WARD 2. 
berland avenue to opposite 65 Fox 

7 Arthur M. Fickett 
George O. Newcomb 

9 John P. Ryan 
Amos T. Knight 
.James S. Whitmore 
William Walsh 
Joseph Curran 
Philip C. Gatley 
Fdwin A. Farr 
Thomas H. Stephenson 
Henry T. Cropley 
Alvin N. Randall 
George E. Dunham 
John E. McDonald 
Mrs. Johanna h TO hoe 



Oxford street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



AND E It SOX 



John H- McCue 

John C. Nielson 

George O. Siteman 

Mrs. Alice L. Palmer 

James E. Eastman 

George M. Eastman 

( roar) Mrs. H. E. Eastman 

. I,, lui P. Haley 

Krancis J. McDonald 

Kichard Curtis 

I-'rederick L. Davis 

Fred Hofacker 

Everett A. Nielsen 

Lancaster street 
I'a trick Collins 
Vacant 

i rear) Vacant 
Philip Tanguay 
.lames Curran 
Mrs. Annie M. Eraser 
Hans C. Anderson 
Gharles P. Haskell 
John P. McKenzie 
Mis. Jane Wood 

Fox street 



RIGHT SI I 
STREET — Continued. 

4 5 Azro C. Pickett 
IT Menzies B. Greenleal" 
Millard E. Watson 
Harry Lunt 
Chester Greenleaf 
Alhert G. Thorne 
4!t Edward J. Feeney 
Charles J. Collins 
Martin L. Scanlon 
31. 53 Monroe street 

55-65 County Jail 



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Madison street 



73 Joseph T. Logan 
7i Patrick Eoley 
79 John Thornton 

S3 Matthew S. Burke 
William King 

85, S 7 Everett street 

'.tl Abraham lsenman, junk 
93 The Thomas McEwan Co. 
01 — Fox street 



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ARBOR STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 11 OS Forest avenue to 7S9 Stevens avenue. 
Prank L. Jones 17-19 Steam Fire Engine, No. 9 



William E. Jordan 
Mavnard C. Little 
El von D. Files 
Vacant 

Stevens avenue 



Ladder No. 4 



Stevens avenue 



ARCADIA STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 130 Veranda northerly to Presumpscot river. 



Coral C. Chick 
Joseph R. Portas 
Edward M. White 
Elmer W. Murphy 
Warren G. Emery 
Vacant 

Mrs. Frank A. DePosea 
Dominico Iovine 
Charles DeLuna 
Toni Tarabassei 
Victor Brown 
Anthony Pasqual 
Torquato Fiordigotto 
Gustave Anderson 
George McDonald 
Marco DeSanto 
James Critchley 

Presumpscot Kivei 



Major E. S. Libby 
William M. Cross 



Christian Baade 
Niels M. Johnson 



Charles St. Pierre 

Presiunpseot River 



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WARD 8. 
Prom opposite 625 Forest avenue, easterl: 
4 Robert I. Lynn 
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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT gIDE 

ARLINGTON STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 68 Woodford to 607 Forest avenue 
S Lyman S. Wilber 15 Albert C. Page 

12 Wilbur C. Whelden 17 Nathan E. Cleaves 

20 James H. Smith 21 Timothy F. Flaherty 

James C. Poole 35 Mrs. Josephine M. Sawyei 

32 William A. McLean y 

— Forest avenue — Forest avenue 

ARSENAL JSTREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 297 Western promenade to 336 Brackett. 
2-22 Maine General Hospital 23 Samuel E. Taylor 

24 Mrs. Barbara Henderson Arthur B. Kenney 

Philip C. Rackley Charles E. Toothaker 

26 Philip D. Abbott 
James W. Dravis 
28 — Brackett street 28— Brackett street 

ASHMONT STREET. 

WARD 8. 

From 15 Linden to 40 Highland. 

James H. Compton 



2 Joseph H. Hall 
4 Everett L. Bean 
James A. Wilson 

Cottage street 
12 Fred J. Chipman 

Deering avenue 
30 Jesse B. Allen, Jr. 

M. C. R. R 



Beacon street 

66 C. Ralph Bryant 

Charles F. Ttibbetts 

68 William A. Smardon 

72 Abner W. Lowell 

George E. Philbrook 

— ■ Highland street 



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Chester C. Derby 

Deering avenue 
M. C. R. R. 

Mrs. Johanna Yde 
Aubrey C. Parker 
Clarence E. LitUefield 
Herbert A. Littlerield 
William H. Hunter 
Hugh Matthews 
Miss Annie B. Hurley 
John J. McDonald 
John McDonald, milk 
John F. Howland 

Beacon street 
Oscar L. Rideout 
Fred L. Bosworth 
Chester V. Woodside 
Samuel W. Humphrey 
Fred N. Hooper 
Mrs. George T. Scott 
Walter DeC. Moore 

Highland street 



2 George A. Pollister 
6 William B. Thombs 
12 Hugh A. Farr 
16 Ernest W. Titcomb 
18 Oscar Charleston 

Arthur W. Bell 
20 Arthur E. Craig 
24 William G. Mills 
26 (rear) William J. Dyer 
28 Thomas G. Tyson 
28AFred W. B. Martin 
32 William W. Oharleton 

Eben Dow, Jr. 

(rear) George G. Nickerson 
34 Mrs. Caroline C. Sears 
36 Lucius H. Oummings 
42 Edward H. Sargent 

44 Gilbert lane 

48 Mrs. Mary A. Wooster 



ATLANTIC STREET. 

WARD 1. 

From 1 Fore to 94 Congress. 

7 Mrs. Elizabeth C Pettes 

William K. St. John 
13 Andrew E. Mack 

Wanlleld S. Dennison 
17 Nathaniel Haskell 

James W. Young 
19 Frank E. Thomes 
23 Harrv F. Greely 

Mrs. Sarah E. Goold 



William D. Reed 
Benjamin F. Rolfe 



37 George Marshall 

41 Mrs. Marthar A. Berry 

Frank W. Shaw 
47, 51 Wilson street 



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LBPT SIDE. 






ATLANTIC 


STREET- 


52 


David Perkins 
Joseph A. Willey 


53 


5G 


Alfred iE. Manning 


55 




Benjamin Martin 


59 


58 


J. Park Rockwell 


63 


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Mrs. Hattie N. Brooks 


67 


G6 


Benjamin A. Heseltine 


69 


66 


^ Louis S. Heseltine 


73 


OS 


Samuel P. McKown 






Martin H. Sargent 


75 




Arthur B. McKown 




74 


Munjoy Club 


77 


7S 


Thomas J. Stover 


79 




Otis M. Hatch 


83, 


SO 


Henry Levin 
John M. Conway 


87 


S4, 


S6 Monument street 


93 




Rev. A- H. Wright 


95 




David Birnie 




94 


Mrs. Martha I. Macquarrie 


97 


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Clinton T. Swett 


99 


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— Congress street 


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RIGHT SIDE. 

-Continued. 
Melbourne H. Willey 
Isaac F. Parish 
Leon C. Donnell 
Mrs. Susan J. Locke 
Frank H. Power 
Ernest J. Charke 
Frank C. White 
James W. Sterling 
W. Laird Harris 
Lewis E, Gott 
Patrick McNally 
Vacant, s 
Edgar E. Austin 

?5 Monument street 

Joseph Brooks 
George B. Libby 
Morris Maiman 
Charles J. Linde 
Bernard Kamber 
George F. Hilborn, baker 
Andrew J. Howard 

Congress street 

AUBURN PLACE. 

WARD 9. 
From northwest to 259 Riverside. 
8 Charles B. Gordan, Jr. . 1 Vacant 

3 Vacant 

5 Perley L. Mitchell 
— River*lrt*» street — ■ Riverside street 



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AUBURN STREET. 

WARD 9. 



From 1413 Washington 
60 G. Walter Passmore 
70 Clifford S. Lov^joy 
98 John D. McDougall 
08 Hugh McLean 



176 Carl A. Brandt 

Lambert street 

218 Lucien I. Herrick 

228 Henry C. Boulter 

236 Albert F. Hussey 

328 Herbert R. Morton 
— Falmouth line 



avenue to Falmouth line. 

9 Leon M. Winslow 

11 Seward Stoddard 

81 Simeon A. Smith 

121 Frank B. Snowman 

133 Charles H. Libby 

141 Isaiah D. Pride 

151 Christian F. Kuch 

155 Fred R. Pride 

161 Fred E. Redmond, painter 

181 Vacant 

203 William T. E. Jackson 

217 Peter B. Herriok 

225 Warren P. Cobb 

235 Horace A. Winslow 

329 William M. Bean 
— - Falmouth line 



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Mrs. Mary J. Johnson 
George C. Shaw Co., stable 
Private stable 
Vacant 



From 663 Conj 
Samuel J. Coney 
George M. Beesley 
Patrick J. Cullan 
Olaf B. Hyland 
Mrs. Charlotte Young 

Deering street 
Arthur J. Turner 
William J. Hieber 



AVON PLACE. 

From 45 Avon. 

— Elmer E. Joy, carpenter 

— Edwin F. Horr, painter 

— Vacant 

AVON STREET. 

WARD 5. 

ress to 458 Cumberland avenue. 

11 The Fleischmann Co., yeast 



15 Albert E. Littlefield 
19 Mrs. Elizabeth M. Corhn 
Deering street 

43 Charles E. Jellison 



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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

AVON STREET — Continued. 
44 Miss Emma D. Senter 4 5 Adelbert H. Colcord 

46 Mrs. Laura I. Files Avon nlaee 

4 8 Charles B. Wish AOU place 

50 Mrs. Mary E. Manning 
— ■ Cumberland avenue 



Stephen C. Perry 

Cumberland avenue 



2 § 164,166 



D street 



204 
210 



212, 214 
224 



Mrs. Mary Morton 
William A. Drinkwater 



B STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 9 St. John to 940 Congress. 
211 Clarence E 



C street 



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228 



Lewis J. Stanley 
Arthur H. Stanley 
Newman Titcomb 
Alton G. Bonney 
Harry W. Bachelder 
Simon P. McDonough 
Charles P. M. Munro 
Edward E. Webster 
Winfield S. Barrett 
Mrs. Abby A. Barrett 
Walter H. Anderson 
Julius C. Jensen 
Walter Enemark 
Thorvold Larsen 
Benjamin L. Chadsey 
George Wat ling 
60 A street 

Mrs. Melinda Iredale 
George. E. Sylvester 
Henry E. Omar 
Charles W. Lane 
Mrs. Victoria Slater 
Nathan Tompkins 
Mrs. Archibald McLeish 

276AMrs. Jane Williams 

Elijah F. W. Williams 

278 Andrew Larsen 

280 Leroy Curry 

28 4 — Congress street 



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Charles H. Peterson 
213 Daniel K. McDonald 

Willard M. Huston 
215 Frank. L. Shaw 

Miss Mildred Cole 
219 Mrs. Amanda F. Cochling 
221 Mrs. Sarah M. Quint 
225 Percy H. Belyea 

Daniel Gray 

(rear) Lewis F. Hoffman 
22 7 William Gammon 
229 Randall L. Meader 
233 Mrs. H. Caroline Cole 
237 Charles A. Jortberg 
241 Thomas D. Jewell 

Ralph B. Waldron 

Harry C. Hobson 

(rear) Wallace B. Siegars 
24 5 Edward R. Harlow 

Henry W. Bridges 
247 Y. W. C. A. rooms 
251 Edwin W. Haskell 

Joseph E. Lvdston 
257-269 A street 



283 — Congress street 



BANCROFT STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From south of Rockland avenue to 524 Brighton avenue. 



138 Louis P. Heseltine 

— Brighton avenue 



83 William E. Wing 
141 M. Wesley Lucas 
— Brighton avenue 



BATES STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 514 Washington avenue to Water. 

7 Clarenden S. Bates 

Harold Archibald 

— Water street 

BAXTER STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Forest avenue to 527 Stevens avenue. 
150 John E. Shearman 149 Charles W. Morton 

Stevens avenue Stevens aveni 

BAY STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 300 Ocean avenue, northwesterly. 
IS A. Nelson Sanborn U ™'j "&«£>»• 

15 George M. Whitney 



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I 31 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest Ave. 



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COMMERCIAL ST. 
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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



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LEFT' SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



BEACH STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 12 Clark to 19 West Commercial. 



( ; Aver, Houston & Co., hat mfrs. 

Joseph August 
John Kawol 
William Belewiez 



AYcst Commercial street 



19 



23 



Martin Mullen 
Michael Melish 
Lelan Rodusz 
John Slimas, grocer 
Hilara Kucieka 
Stephen Milasz 
(rear) John Mezula 

Joe Mezula 

Thomas Dashewicz 

Charles Roxka 

John Pisdzaka 
Victor Debrosky 

West Commercial (street 



BEACON STREET. 



WARD 8. 
From 239 Brighton avenue 





Orland street 


11 




Longfellow street 


15 


7 G 


Scott Wilson 


19 




Prospect street 


21 


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Henry L. Chenery 


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Harry B. Hamilton 


25 




Ashmont street 




1 is 


Charles S. Foss 


39 




Fairmount street 


41 


1 ;; 2 


Milton A. Jewell 




l ::s 


Arthur J. Floyd 


4 5 


1 )N 


Charles Barron 

Mrs. Abbie S. Huston 


51 


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Edward B. Hodgdon 


67 




Louville R. Rumery 






Revere street 


101 


17 t 


Mrs. Fannie H. Dresser 


103 


176 


Mrs. Ella H. Whyley 
Mrs. Cora J. Wescott 


107 


ISO 


Arthur Chapman 


123 




James W. Parker 


131 

141 
147 
157 



Woodford street 



to 2 20 Woodford. 
Vacant 

James O. Moseley 
Charles Stewart' 
Edward C. Paine 
Frank L. Moseley 
Albert R. Moore 
Jo.hn Docke 

Orland street 
Orville V. Dibby 
Edward A. Burnell 
Arthur H. Burnell 
Barker L. Burbank 
James W. Howard 

Longfellow street 
Charles P. Greenleaf 

Prospect street 

Ashmont street 
George L. Senereool 
Albert B. Ham 
Alexander Cameron 

Coyle street 
Rev. William B. Tuthill 
Joseph B. Walton 

Lincoln street 
George W. Cooper 
Ralph W. Bryant 
Benjamin F. Davis 

Revere street 

Woodford street 



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12 Mrs. Elizabeth H. Merrill 
16 Herbert W. Sears 

Charles W. Charleton 
22 Edward M. Hunt 

William P. Hunt 

Clinton D. Merrill 
L's Fred L. Hutchins 

Benjamin K. Morse 
::o Mrs. Josephine A. Putney 
Hanson lane 

3 6 Edward M. Stephens 

George A. Colburn 
40 William Findlev 

Mrs. Hattie N. Cleaves 

4 2 George E. Dunn 

Martin L. Jackman 



BECKETT STREET. 

WARD 1. 

romenade to opposite 65 Congress. 
11 Vacant 

13 Adelbert P. Turner 
15 Elijah R. Bond 

Theodore C Ware 
23 Osman C. Monroe 
2 7 Henry E. Powers 
Edward Powers 
Bertram R. Cleveland 
Just Hybert 

Hansom lane 
James A. Pine 
Bernard Coben 
William H. O'Brion 
Alvah L. Conant 
Freeman E. Powers 
Walter S. Rowe 
William T. Pancoast 



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LEFT SIDE. 
Vacant 



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Wilson street 

Mrs. Charlotte A. Miles 
Daniel C. Bryant 

Moody street 



George Wolf 
Louis Winstein 
Mark Levine 

Michael J. Flaherty 
Cleveland Curtis 
Arthur E. Irish 
Clarence L. Curtis 
Clement S. Curtis 
Tom B. Peters 
Ropheus D. Hamilton 
William S. Smith 
Safford N. Macomber 
Edward H. O'Brien 
Charles A. Neal 
Charles A. Sheahan 
Joseph K. True 

Congress strec 



RIGHT SIDE 
STREET — Continued. 

49 Harry R. Seavey 
Harry L. Baker 

53 Wilson street 

55-65 P. R. R. Co., car house 
Moody street 

71 Isaac N. Stuart 

William L. Purinton 
Leroy H. Hill 

75 George R. Simpson 

William G. W. Purinton 
William P. Kittredge 
Willie O. Perry 
Mrs. Mary E. Short 
Arthur Stubbs 
Warren T. Marr 
James E. Carr 
John J. Wfisrontt 
Mrs. Mary E. Martin ^ 
Edward P. MacQuarrie 
Mrs. Louise M. Brown 
James Bowdren 
Leon C. Josslyn 
Charles W. Wilson 
Charles D. Roundy 
Arthur H. Harding 
101 S. Henry Cobb 
!03 — Congress street 



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BEDFORD STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 320 Forest avenue to 221 Deering avenue. 



10 Howard C. Chase 
(Elmer E. Stevens 
14 James Henry Cary 
18-24 

58-62 Wlnslow street 

66 William H. Lynch, vet. surgeon 
72 Miss Jennie A. Leighton 
84, 86 Surrenden street 

134 — Deering avenue 



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Brighton avenue 
Deering avenue 



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66 
94 

98 
100 
102 
104 
106 
108 
112 
116 



BELKNAP STREET. 

WARD 8. 

H. wnson A ne„ Fr ° m "^ '° ^HeST^ 
Harold V. Shehan 
Mrs. Annie M. Corbett 
Edgar E. Giles 
Irving W. Barbour 

Stevens avenue 



2 7 



Howard C. Hawkes 

Stevens avenue 



From 1059 

Hugh Conway 
-42 Read street 

-68 Adelaide street 

Ralph W. Greenwood 
Simeon B. Sanborn 
M. Niftel Guilfault 
George F. Card 
Elmer M. Lane 
Silas Field 
Henry Fountain 
Herbert C. Richardson 
James W. Miller 
Morrill street 



BELL STREET. 

WARD 9. 
Forest avenue to 11 Morrill. 

35-37 Read street 

41 Traffla Fountain 

4 7 Timothy H. Lowery 

49 Catherine A. Lowery 

53 Willis B. Allen 

55 Dennis Cabana 

59 Mrs. Martha Peabody 

(rear) William B. Danforth 
67 Walter B. Scott 
71 Ellen F. Cotton 
73 B F Andrew & Son, lumber 
115 Morrill street 



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NEW ENGLAND ^ cases, store, bank 

CABINET WORKS and office fixtures 



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16 Vacant 

:»ii Henri F. Micoleau 
26 Lincoln W. Jewett 

-10 Mrs. Eliza A. Clark 
;,■_• Maynard D. Hanson 

Forest avenue 


bay to 


549 Forest avenue. 

17 Frank W. Smith 

21 Harold W. Blanchard 

27 Zenas Thompson 

31, 33 MeIro.se street 

37 Leslie B. Clark 

45 Maurice F. Blanchard « 

55 Frank Varney 

— Forest avenue 





BERKELEY STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 287 Woodford to 60 Concord. 
in Fred L. Townsend It Arthur L. Berry 

Concord street Concord street 



BERWICK STREET. 
WARD 9. 
From Casco bay westerly to Kensington. 
William C. Miller — John A. Comeau 

Aquila E. Moody — Thomas L. Hayes 

Charles A. Fairbrother — - Thomas Bragg 

Kensington street — Kensington 



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BEST STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Madeline to Evergreen Cemetery. 
Madeline street Madeline street 

ls-20 Mabel street 17-19 Mabel street 

:^6-38 Alba street 35-37 Alba street 

56-58 Brentvrood street 55-57 Brentwood street 

82 Artemus L. Richardson 65 John F. Larrabee 

94 William F. Spear, Jr. 75-77 Richardson street 

91-93 Leonard street 

100 — Evergreen Cemetery 101 — Evergreen Cemetery 



BISHOP STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 846 Stevens avenue, westerly. 
7 2 A. A. Browne, can fac 59 Charles H. Hawbolt 

S2 Cram & G-oodrleh, mfy 75 B. & M. R. R., car inspectors o 

103 B. & M. R. R., round house 
113 B. & M. R. R., repair shops 

BISMARK STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Olympia northwesterly to Oregon avenue. 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



LEFT SIDE. 

BOND STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 14 School to 13 Orange. 
Miss Bridget A. O'Brien 1 

Miss Josephine O'Brien 



BIGHT SIDE. 



Orange .street 



23- 



John Concanncn 
Patrick Concannon 
Miss Sarah F. Devine 
Abner H. Swett 
William J. Flanigan 

Orange street 



BOWDOIX STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 14 Neal and Clifford to 125 Western promenade. 



6 


Mrs. Susan W. Daveis 


9 


William M. Bradley 


14 


Mrs. Elizabeth P. Haskell 




Yaughan street 


24 


VauKhnn street 






2S 


Franklin C. Payson 






36 


Mrs. Harriet E. Houghton 


29 


Richard Webb 


40 


Lucius M. Clark 






44 


John J. Cunningham 






5 2 


John Calvin Stevens 


41 


Mrs. Robert T. Arnold 


5 6 


Arthur S. Bos worth 






62 


John H. Davis 


55 


Vacant 


72 


Harry M. Verrill 


71 


Herbert Payson 


78- 


Western promenade 


77- 


Western promenad 






BOVD PLACE. 






WARD 


5. 






From 41 P 


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10 


E. Leland Stone 


5 


Thomas R. Evans 






7 


David A. Donovan 
Clyde E. Withee 






9 


Frederick A. Shaw 


12 


Charles E. Downs 


11 


Ira C. Kimball 



Henry J. Church 



Walter P. Nugent 



BOYD STREET, 



WARDS 2 

From 181 Cumberland aven 

10 Private stable 



30 



Lin wood B. Miller, meats 



Frank W. Philbrook 
William E. Maines 
(rear) Vacant 
Christian Peterson 
Harry H. Fifield 
Jeremiah Tibbetts 
William H. Smith 
Martin L. Greely 
Mrs. Hannah E. Duft'ee 



4 Oxford street 

Howard F. Flood 
John F. Walsh 
Michael Quirk 
Herbert L. Brown 
Fred W. Biekford 
Dennis Bowman 

Heath street 



Rowe & Mesevve, provisions 
Alfred G-oyette 



ue to Marginal way. 
Miss Margaret La Rose 
Mrs. Ellen Jones 
Simon Miller 
Mrs. Bridget Connolly 
Henrv H. Skillins 
John H. Black 
Mrs. Ida E. Briggs 
John W. Gailey 
(rear) James Orchard 
Mrs. Martin E. Powers 
William J. Stevens 
Robert A. Johnson 
Watson R. Gribbin. Jr. 
Patrick Mulkern 
John Mulkern 
Martin Welch 
Henrv S. Burgess 
Archibald W. Gresley 
Edward H. Robertson 
Oxford street 
Private stable 
August A. Scofier 
August A. iSeofier, painter 
Ernest E. Anderson 
William J. Rapple 
Thomas C. Thomsen 
Albion L. Butters 
Frank L. Towle 
John W. Ramsey 
(rear) Joseph H. Armstroni 
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LEFT SIDE. 



Steohenson Bros., stable 



Laiueaster street 



BOYD STREET- 



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59 



Fox street 
Marginal way 



LtlGHT SIDE 

-Continued. 

Joseph Cur ran 

John G. Smith 

Ira B. C. Hall 

Joseph A. Cavanougih 

Bejijamin F. Powell 

John C. Hybers 

LuneaNter street 

Private stable 

Walter S. Tingley 
Fox street 
.Marginal nay 



l>avid W. Ferris 

Hugh Robinson 

( rear) Peter J. Bonnevie 

Perley C. Strout 

Mrs. Georgia A. McKinley 

Harold N. Bradford 

Vacant 

Mrs. Helen Johnson 

Alexander Boone 

.Mrs. Rose E. Clark 

Forest street 



BO Y N T O X STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 24 Weymouth to 21 Forest. 

7 Everett A. Simmons 



19 



Frank W. Grace 
John H. Curll 

Frank B. Daviis 
Walter H. Richardson 
Joseph P. O'Donnell 
Wilford H. Graham 
Harry E. Patch 
Clarence M. Nealey 

Forest street 



BRACKETT STREET. 

WARDS 6, 7. 
From 521 Commercial to 25 Arsenal. 



C Edward N. Bates, rsnt 
12 Steps B. & M. R. R. 

Mrs. Emma Pollister, bdg h 
Mrs. Lillian Arnold 
Mrs. Jane Hall 
Charles Clark 

York street 
Thomas Fistier, boots and shoes 
26A Thomas Fisher 

Henry L. Stimson, druggist 

Summer street 
William T. Little 
Vacant 
Julius Press 
Edward P. Conley 
Timothy L. Murphy 
John W. Kingston 
Stephen J. Thornton 
Mrs. Julia E. Skerritt 
Michael E. Conley 
Thomas N. O'Kelly 
William R. McDonough • 
Patrick E. Heffern 
Michael Burke 
John L. Lahey 
Uriah Miller 
54 Salem street 

Alonzo Jordan 
John H. O'Brion 
Stephen J. Jo:hnson 
ordan D. Johnson 
Philip E. Hannaford 
(rear) George Cairnes 

William H. Curtis 

Dauforth street 
Mrs. Fannie A. Anderson 
Mrs. Fannie K. Dibby 
Guv Wise 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Blair 
Bartley J. Riley 
(rear) Mrs. Margaret Donahue 



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17 Patrick Nally 

Walter Smith 

Peter Coyne 

(rear) Mrs. Ellen Leary 
Thomas Larkin 
21 James P. Costello 

Mrs. Ida M. Vachon 
Y r ork street 
31 George W. O'Donnell 

Dana R. B. Johnson 
35 Joseph Hebert 

39 James H. Hollywood 

William M. Ladrigan 
41 Frank H. Strout 

Frank Jordan 
45 Harry E. Silver 

Edward C. Boucher 
47 Albert J. Perry 

Joseph A. Lindsey 

49 Mrs. Catherine Devine . 

James Duffey 
51 Mrs. Mary Conway 
53 Luke Mullin 

John Foley 



Danforth Nlreet 

7 3 Henry S. Payson 
S3 Mrs. Marv C. McCarthy 
85 William P. Hasty 
S9 Abraham Rosen, tailor 
91, 93 Gray street 

103 Frank S. Legere 
Owen S. McTntire 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



BRACKJETT STREET — Continued. 



88 Mrs. Norah H. Williamson 
90 Patrick A. Sullivan 
92, 94 Gray street 

04 Mrs. Isabelle M. White 
08 Ephraim Redman 

Mrs. Esther A. Covell 
10 Mrs. Luella Peavey 
12 Dennis Flynn 
14 Horace A. Wright 

Mrs. Mary O'Donnell 

(rear) Mrs. Rinda B. James 
16 Dermot court 

18 Martin Norton 
20 Philip H. Kelley 
22 Mrs. Catherine A. Griffin 
22A Emil A. Rhedin 
24 Charles S. Towle 
24A Mrs. Florence Rankin 
28 Mrs. .Lizzie Wentworth 

Mrs. Nettie J. Edgerly 
Spring street 

Walter B. Elwell 

Mrs. Alice G. Small 

Miss Alice A. Reynolds 
Spruce street 

Dorr L. Fox 

William B. Joseph 

M. Herbert Brickett 

Lewis Castell 

Ernest C. Warren 

William H. Fielding 

Harry M. Turner 

George W. Foster 

Varnum street 

Albion E. Pennell 
70AJohn H. Henry 
72 Edwin L. Babbidge 

Robert H. Doll iff 
72A Augustus P. Crocker 
76 Steam Fire Engine No. 3 

Alfred Wiggin 

Mrs. Jane R. Hale 

Bradford street 

Henrv F. Owen, grocer 

Albert C. Wilbur 

Solomon Aides, shoe repairer 

Charles P. Hank, laundry 

Thomas J. McDonald 

William C. Bartlett 

Chauncev W. Lombard, Ash 

Harry W. Caldwell 

Charles B. Howatt & Son, carpen 
ters 

William T. Kllborn, jr. 

Bobee Agazarian, barber 

Bowdoin A. Lermond 

John F. Marr 

Dudley, Weed Drug Co. 

Sub-Postal Station No. 6 
0' Pine street 

William T. Kilborn 

Bramhall League 

Charles A. Pennell 

Adams place 

Mrs. Lydia J. Adams 

Mrs. Celia A. Coffin 

Miss Lona M. Taylor 

Mrs. Helen M. Libby 

Levi S. Pennell 

Joseph Larochelle 

George W. Bourne 
238 Mrs. Svlvanus Harmon 
240 Willard E. Marston 



105 



90 

92 

96 

98 

200 

202 



204 
214 
220 
226 
228 
230 
232 

234 
236 



James Green 

Edward S. Lee 

(rear) Bartley Feeney 

Mrs. Fannie G. Googins 

John F. Foley 

(rear) William B. Melcher, c 

penter 
Thomas Homan 
James Newell 
Miss Maggie SulLivan 
Hugh H. Flynn 
Miss Catherine O'Brien 
Patrick Hanrahan 
(rear) Edward E. Thorne 
Martin L. Jensen 
Nathaniel J. Hodgkins 
Lemuel Dyer 
Alfred W. Whitney 

Spring; street 
John M. Brown 
Ernest F. Morong 
(rear) George "W . Wainwright 

Charles R. Stimson 

Miss Susie Cobb 
Mrs. Isabella Hobart 
Walter H. Goodrich 
Mrs. Arminta Hoar 
Silas F. Hamilton 
Frederick M. Harmon 
Neil Leslie 
Charles H. Sawyer 
153,155 Primary School, No. 7 
163 Combination No. 3 

Joy place 
Harland Berry 
Miss Ford Piper 
Mrs. Mary A. Gordon 
Gertrude Meserve 
John L. Rollins 
Albert E. Knigbt 
Robert L. Whitcomb 
Mrs. Martha L. Trefethen 
(rear) Arthur B. Josephs 
Mrs. Elizabeth Cullinan 
Christopher H. Simmons 



107 



109 
111 



113 



115 



119 

121 



139 



143 
145 



147 
149 



165 

167 

169 
173 
175 



179 
181 

lSiy 2 r 183 "Melville C. Hutchinson, 
plumber 

Julius C. Jensen, bakery 

(rear) Patrick J. Conley 
Sarah Whitehall 
185 Storehouse 
187 Frank J. Wise 

Mrs. Margaret A. Small 

Mrs. Hattie M. White 

Clarence H. Allen, painter 

Asa F. Jacobs 



189 
197-201 



Pine street 



203 



211 
213 



217 
219 
223 
227 
231, 
235 
243 

247 
253-257 



Dr. Bertrand F. Dunn, h and o 
Dow street 

George A. Whitney, variety 
George A. Whitney 
Timothy J. Daly 
Mrs. Carrie B. Cavanaugh 
William S. Fuller 
Wilbur F. Rnvnnlris 
W. Arthur Stockman 
Fred H. Marr 
233 Walker street 

Frank B. Milliken 
Harry L. Gilson 
John E. Merrill 
Daniel G. Conboy 



Carleton street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



BRACKETT 



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296 
29S 

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Walter H. Young 
Lemuel M. Lovejoy 
Mrs. Sadie M. Libby 
Samuel T. Eveleth, laundry 
(rear) Patrick Coyne 
Robert Penney 
Michael O'Brien 
(rear) Martin A. Gorham 

Bartley Crowley 
Sam Shatz, shoe repairer 
George W. Fowler 
Albert L. Webber 
Dane Cowan 
Adoler P. Souviney 
Mansfield & Sanborn, grocer 

Carleton street 
Chprles F. Jones 
Mrs. Jeannette M. Winship 
Frederick F. Delano 
Frank D. Folsom 
Thomas J. Frothingham 

Neal street 
Ernest F. Moore 
Miss Katherine A. Egan 
William E. Josephs 
Fred D. Frazier 
Albert L. Green 
(rear) Orville R. Hibbard 
Mrs. Margaret Wry 
Mrs. Jessie M. Parker 
Charles F. Goodwin 
Alexander B. Peters 

Whitney street 
Walter A. Castner 
Mrs. Charles E. Snow 
Frederick M. Thompson 
Frederick M. Webber 
William E. Russell 
George A. Knight 

O Vanghan street 
326 Reservoir 

Brnmhall street 
Dr. Ernest O. Chellis 
- Arsenal street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
STREET — Continued. 

259 William W. Andrews 

House of the Holy Nativity 



261 
263 
267 



269 
271 
273 

279 
281 
283 
285 



287 



289 
291 



295 
297 

299 

301 

303 

307 

311 

315 

321 

325 
327 
331 
333 
335 
339- 



Frank E. Moore 
Miss Abbie R. Connor 
Henry S. Thrasher 
George D. Loring 
Rev. Albert W. Jefferson 
James F. Harris 

Neal street 
Cecil P. Brown 
Mrs. V. A. Rosebrook 
Henry W. Jordan 
Melrose E. Cole 
Ashton L. Leigh ton 
Mrs. Bertha Langstroth 
George Glines 
Henry G. Gandreau 
Walter S. Holmes 

Trowbridge place 
Mrs. Cynthia Ames 
Francis L Littlefield 
Fred S. Smith 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hopkins 
Lincoln Skillings 
James E. Anderson 
James L. Anderson 
Frank H. Haney 
Arthur W. Grant 
Henry P. Holt 
Ernest E. Gowell 
William S. Dyer 
Harry L. Plummer 
Mrs. Calista D. Morrill 

Vanghan street 
Mrs. Mary M. Moody 
Mrs. Juliet M. S. Warren 
Mrs. Cornelia Hunt 

Brnmhall street 
William H. Chapman 
Mrs. Dora M. Chapman 
Frank H. Dunton 

Russell street 
John W. Rackley * 

Arsenal street 



BRADBURY COURT. 

WARD 3. 
From 212 Fore. 



Mrs. Barbara Green 
Joseph Cook 



28- 



James Files 
Lottie Knight 
Edward J. Burns 
Harvey W. Locke 
Charles W. Anderson 
George Adams 
William H. Fay 
Mrs. Mary A. Mackin 
John E. Callinan 
Frederick J. Hanson 
Patrick J. Molloy 
Frederick G. Martin 
Mrs. Mary Coan 
George T. Bowler 
Mrs. Katherine Powers 
Clark street 



BRADFORD STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 180 Brackett to 175 Clark. 

1 Newton F. Dexter 



Arthur Hughes 
7 James A. Hay 

Robert N. Lindsay 
9 Mrs. Charles D. Green 
13 Lewis M. Pearson 

Mrs. Elenor A. McCrum 
17 Bobee Agazarian 

19 Carl S. Emery 



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L.EJPT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



BRADLEY STREET* 

WARD 8. 
From 1221 Congress to 382 Brighton avenue 
vacant 23 Albert S. Schali 

(rear) Fillmore W. Lash 
Herbert J. Hutchinson 27 

Charles I. Wakefield 75 

Otis J. Thompson 95 

Oliver Anderson 153 

Brighton avenue — 



James W. Brooks 
Willie L. Daggett 
J. W. Pitts 
George E. Ross 
Charles P. Leighton 

Brighton avenue 



10 Howard F. Stults 
Harmon E. Stults 



BRAMHALL PLACE. 

WARD 7. 
From 66 Bramhall. 

5 Mrs. R. 



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20 
22 
24 

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30 
32 
38 

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48 
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56 

58 
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From 271 Western 
Mrs. Rosella H. Hussey 
Hiram Knowlton 
William I. Lumbard 
James Miller 
Mrs. Mary W. Mantine 
Vacant 

Mrs. Maria M. Jose 
Everett G. Scully 
Samuel L. Knig-ht 
Albert B. Cole 
Thomas H. Pratt 
Philip H. Borden 

Braekett street 
Clement F. Robinson 
George C Bearse 
Sumner C. Lang 
Mrs. Margaret A. Dunphy 
William H. Taylor 

Hill street 
Herbert R. • Seeds 
Watson Freeman 
Mrs. Mary F. Ilsley 
Robert M. Kennedy 
Dr. Herbert J. Patterson, h 

Bramhall plaee 

Congress street 



MHALL STREET. 

WARD 7. 
promenade to Bramhall square. 
Edward 6. Everett 
Frederick W. Graham 
Fred M. Smith 
Herbert A. Clay 
George B. March 
Bertrand G. March 
William M. Pennell 
Benjamin F. Smith 
George H. Davis 
George H. Turner 

Chadwlek street 



13 

15 

L9 

23 

25 
31 
35 
37-41 Reservoir 

Braekett street 
47 Miss Maria M. Irish 
49 Sherman W. Hapgood 

Alexander McCutcheon 
53 Charles A. Jones 

Mrs. Mary L. Hanson 
55 Edward P. Merrill 
59 Charles S. Fuller 



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Vanghan street 



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9 Maine Eye & Ear Infirmary 
— Congress street 



From 7' 
12 Potter's lane 

James E. Robbins 
Peter J. Conley 
Mrs. Nellie Leavitt 
Miss Annie S. Murphy 
Frank J. Arnold 
Mrs. Alice S. Coffee 
Fred Tarrant 
Robert D. Levecque 
Joseph L. Auger 
James F. MacG-owan 
Martin Riley 
Michael G. Sullivan 
James H. Shortill 
Patrick Conroy 
Albert Cole 
Mrs. Roger Hargadon 
Miss Winifred Hargadon 
Kennebee street 



BRATTLE STREET. 

WARD 5. 
7 Portland to 190 Kennebec. 



33 



Walter A. Hatch 
Thomas J. Boland 
Mary A. Leslie 
Frank R. Barnes 
John J. Joyce 
William J. Fallon 
Alonzo C. Small 
Frank H. Guevin 



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37 Priestly Compton 



George H. Glasler 
Mellen R. Hamilton 
Mrs. Cordelia A. Frazier 
Festus Kearns 
Charles S. Withee 
Munjoy Gravel Co. 

Kennebee street 



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Cleansers 
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131 Woodford St. 

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LEFT SIDE. 



BRENTWOOD STREET 

WARD 9. 
From 470 Stevens avenue to Evergreen 



UIGHT SIIJE. 



SO 
100 

110 



118 
122 
12S 
132 
110 

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Marshall L. Brackett 

Fred L. Hunt 

Martin W. O'Brien 

Mrs. Elizabeth Buxton 

Leon E. Brown 

Almon B. Nason 

John L. Spear 

Mrs. Ruby H. McFarland 

Frank S. Smith 

Miss Nellie C. Mooers 

Delbert F. Cousens 

William G. Newhall 
4 6 Leland street 

Edward H. Leonard 

Emerson W. Elgee 

Joseph A. Hutt 

James Gulliver 

William F. Phinney 

Chris S. Lawson 

George S. McKenzie 

Elmer E. McFarland 

Arthur H. Seal 

Freeman K. Lamb 
124 Best street 

Mrs. Lizzie C. Cox 

Charles C. Young 

Ruel D. Small 

Hamblet avenue 

William H. Richardson, gardener 
Evergreen Cemetery 



Cemetery. 
Khalil A. Derany, shoe rep. 
Carleton Glidden 
Mrs. Mary M. Perkins 
Mrs. Fannie M. Curtis 
Charles W. Blake 
Edmund L. Walker 
Charles Emery Knight 



43-45 



53 



85 



121 



153 



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..eland street 



Mrs. Abner S. Hoxie 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchinson 
Frank F. Adams 
39 Henry J. Davis, greenhouse 
Henry J. Davis 
Arthur D. Morse 



Best street 



Charles H. Cobb 
Royden P. Ladd 

Evergreen Cemetery 



18 Nestor Matson 



Cliff street 



BREWER STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1548 Congress to Cliff. 

11 Walter 1. Merrill 
13 Frank S. Briggs 
David A. Buxton 
17 Henry Boivlns 
25 Forest W. Hayward 
27 Henry L. Thompson 
29 — Cliff street 

BRIGGS STREET. 



WARD 7. 



From 51 Salem 
2 John E. Graney 
Thomas D. Leonard 

4 Mrs. Margaret McDermott 
Bartley Foley 

5 Patrick J. Wade 

1 (» Mrs. Mary Kilmartin 

Martin Coyne 

(rear) Patrick J. Flaherty 
1 2 John Riley 

Mrs. Brideret S. Silk 
1 4 Mathew J. Leonard 

John J. Malia 

1 Andrew Smith 

John Bengare 

(rear) Andreas Urbachuskey 
2i> Patrick C. Conley 
John Berry 

2 2 Stanislaus Dyro, grocer 

John Flaherty 

(rear) William McLaughlin 
2 4 John Lyden 

Mrs. Nora F. Johnson 
14 — - Danforth street 



to 226 Danforth. 

3 John Bonage 
Andra Kowalski 
Peter Sienkiewick 

7 James Coyne 



13 Mrs. Catherine O'Day 

John E. Dugan 
15 Patrick J. Maloy 
17 Christopher Keough 



21 Daniel Conley 
Abram Warsaski 



25 Patrick Sweeney 

33 — • Danforth street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



BRIGHTON AVENUE. 

WARDS 7, 8, 9. 
From 113 Bedford to Weatbrook line. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



Deering avenue 
Durham street 



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178-182 St. John street 

190-194 M. C. R. R. 

240 George H. Owen 
244-24 6 Bolton street 



266-268 Whitney avenue 

280 Walter E. Burrowes 
288-292 Thornton street 

312-314 Edward street 

318 Horace F. Farmham 
336-340 Craigie street 

366 Robert D. Hollis 
382-384 Bradley street 

432-434 Stevens avenue 

464-466 Caroline street 

484-486 Motley street 

504-506 Kenilworth street 

524-526 Bancroft street 

530 Robert E. Hay 
544-546 Wolcott street 

564-566 Fleetwood street 



576 Miss Blanche E. Burnhara, variety 

584-588 Colonial road 

608 Hastings street 

628 Machigonne street 

650 Joillus Dresh 
700 William Lucas • 
744 Martin Roma 

Frank Arseneault 
858 Nason's School 
882-886 Canisic street 

902 Patrick J. Vaughan 
918 Daniel W. Patterson 
942 George A. Young 
948-950 Rowe street 

964-966 Brighton avenue terrace 

970 Lorenzo Valente 
978-980 "Webb street 

1002 Frank M. Chipanan 

Mrs. Mary J. Chapman 
1040 Clinton Mosher 
1068 Charles W. Smith 

Robert J. Craig, market gardener 
1092 Charles E. Goold, market gard. 
1144 City Farm 

James Doherty 

Charles Valente 

(rear) Detention Hospital 
1184 .Soldiers' Home 

Moses B. F. McKenney 



23 Edward Brown 
43-45 Falmouth street 

47-51 Deering avenue 

81 Ora W. Knight 
99-101 ntt street 

127-129 William street 

155-157 Dartmouth street 

161 Percy Farnum 
163 Fred E. Hollis 
165 George L. Freeman 
179-183 Noyes street 

193-195 M. C. R. R. 

St. George street 



229 

235 

237 

245 

247 

251 

257 

267-275 

305-309 

335 
361 
'391 

415 



417 
431 



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West brook line 



Worcester R. Norton 

Clarence H. Friend 

239 Beacon street 

Vacant, s 

Vacant 

Eben G. Delano 

Fred W. Powers 

Orland street 
Highland street 
Whiting street 
Arthur W. Pierce 
Alton F. Jordan 
Consolidated Broken Stone 

Gravel Co. 
Tony Rizzo 
(rear) Angelo Ambrose 

Gaetano Callo 
George W. Martin 
Sumner Libby 
4 33-4 37 Stevens avenue 

457 William F. Boyle 
461, 463 Belfleld street 

515-517 Fellows street 

547-549 Montrose avenue 

581-585 Woodford street 

585-587 Columbia road 

605 Guy H. Sturgis 
611-613 "Westminster avenue 

641-643 Edgeworth avenue 

665 George Bailey 
705-731 William Lucas, brick mfr. 
753 George C. Hamblet 
801 Mark Laplerre 
837 William H. Howard 
863-867 Essex street 

881-885 Kent street 

885 Amos Ashnault, grocer 
Nicholas S. Burnham 
Nicholas S. Burnham, grocer 
Devon street 
Dorset street 
"Warwick street 
Lomond street 
West Essex street 
Hillcrest street 
1065 Charles D. Barberi, fruit 
1095 Hans H. Holm 
1133-1151 City Home 
City Hospital 

1153 Isolation Cottage 
1183-1185 Riverside street 
1207 George W. P. Wyeth 
1223 — Westbrook line 



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941-943 

961-963 

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Bank and Office Furniture 



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71 KENNEBEC STREET 



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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

BRISTOL. STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Prom 1116 Congress to Fore river. 
Mrs. Edith M. Mosher 3 Joseph E. Emond 

Patrick J. Cook 



Fore River 



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11 
13 
15 
17 
19 



James McGonagle 
Jean F. Desjardin 
Peter Romo 
Mrs. Rose Nadeau 
Stephen Flaherty 
Patrick E. Foley 
Fore River 



BROWN COURT. 

WARD 4. 
From 59 Pleasant. 

— Frank A. Bennett 



Martin O'Toole 
George Prinn 



BROWN STREET. 



WARD 4. 

From 71 Free to opposite 353 

X. E. Telephone & Tel. Co. 



10A Charles F. Jordan 


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14 The Rathskeller Co., rsnt 


if. 


C. H. Batchelder, wall paper 


22- 


26 Congress street 


36, 


38 Schlotterbeck & Foss Company, 




mfg chemists 


4n 


Mrs. Mary E. Whitney 


»- 


George H. Martin 


Bl aa 


Mrs. Sadie L. Blanchard 


46 


Mrs. Etta Lufkin 


4S 


Herbert E. Lord 


-^K 


Charles A. Dixon 




(rear) Charles H. Brimmer 


54 


Mrs. Carrie E. Hewett 




Mrs. Julia A. Hall 


56 


Randall J. Chase 


58 


Miss Jennie M. Ayers 




George Rowe 


64 


Mrs. Minerva A. Lovell 


66 


Henry A. Brown 




Elmer E. Brown 


1 7 2 


Miss Mary E. Connell 


74- 


— Cumberland avenue 



11- 



57 



65 



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73— 

BRYANT STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From opposite 36 Irving to beyond Sawver 
Frank O. Rogers 5 Peter J. Miller 

7 
William F. Libby 21 

27 
Arthur D. Parkhurst 
Harry J. Bradbury 31 

Sawyer street 41 



Cumberland avenue. 

17 Eastman Bros. & Bancroft, drv 

and fancy goods 
27 Congress street 

George E. Sawyer, confectionerv 
mfr 

Mrs. Rose R. Colwell 

(rear) Hannah V. Curran 

Mrs. Gussie Randall 

Mrs. Mary A. Morse 

Thomas W. Cary 

Walter Montgomery 

Mrs. Sarah Stevens 

Mrs. Susan M. Pinkham 

Mrs. Ada F. Hood 

John J. Dugan 

Miss Mary E. Folsom 

George E. Hight 

Martin MacDonald 

John R. Dimock 

Isaac A. Wing 

Benjamin M. Redlon 

Mrs. Naomi H. Stephenson 

Mrs. Margaret Carr 

Mrs. Hattie E. Cobb, lodging h 

Wallace H. Demmons 

Mrs. Mary Munroe 

Mrs. Bertha A. Lord 

Cumberland avenue 



George S. Berry 
Winfield S. Cox 
Hezekiah Noyes 
Robert Glendenning 
John I. Linscott 

Snvryer street 



!2 Maurice H. Moxcey 

!6 William H. Donnelly 

Alonzo J. Mlllett 



BURXHAM STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 2 Marston to 1087 Congress. 
19 Vacant 

35 Mrs. Clara E. Cochran 
George T. Lalumiere 



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LEFT SIDE. 



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BURNHAM STREET— Continued. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



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Lowell street 
Congress street 



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45 

47 

57 
59 

67— 
C STREET. 
WARD 7. 



Marshall H. Rich 
Lars F. Nelson 
West End Club 

Lowell street 
Mrs. Olivia Mills 
Charles J. Milliken 

Congress street 



10 



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From 210 B to 229 St. John. 
Edward L. Manning 1 "Walter J. Pray 

5 Frank Winans 
7 Harry E. Springer 
a . m , 9 Mrs. Viola de Grys 

St. John street 17— St. John street 

CANTON STREET. 

WARD 5. 
From 93 Portland to 11 Martyr. 

James A. Flynn 
Thomas McDermott 
George J. Peters 
James Willette 
James E. Cragin 
Thomas C. Viney 
Joseph Beleveau 
Charles J. Tolan 
James Hopkins 
Herbert L. Potter 
Charles Calflonis 
Michael O'Connor 
(rear) Melvin D. Graffam 
Charles A. McGuire 
Michael Martin 
Frank P. Hanson 
39 Mrs. Bridget G. Kelley 
Martyr street — Martyr street 

CAPISIC STREET. 

WARD 8. 



Potter's lane 

Vacant 
Vacant 
Mrs. Margaret Madigan 


9 
11 
13 
15 
17 
19 
21 


Bartley Crowley 


23 

27 
29 




Potter's lane 


31 


James A. Welch 

Mrs. Eliza McCormack 


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Q. 226 

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From opposite 113 Stevens avenue 

Leonard B. Chapman 3 

George Boyle 9 

Vacant 1 5 

Vacant 19 

Levi Arsenault 29 

Murray S. Folkins 47 

William S. Merrill 75 

Albion P. Chapman 143 

Albert A. Chapman 179 

Mrs. OLivia B. Valente 199 

Mrs. Amelia Casassa 225 

Louis Magnaghi 225 

Brighton avenue — 



to 8 82 Brighton avenue. 
Clarence A. Morgan 
Sarah P. Redlon 
Mary Brown Home 
Chapel Mary Brown Home 
Charles L. Brackett 
Mrs. Caroline M. Emerson 
Rasmus Jensen, milk 
Alfred L. Starbird 
Mrs. Leonicie B. Cobb 
Frank L. Starbird 
Alexander T. Anderson 
William D. Howard 

Brighton avenue 









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John Figetille 


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Patrick Geary 




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Joe Richard 








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Louis Calli 
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H. E. MURDOCH CO. 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



LEFT SIDE. 



Serhan Boulas 

Alex Farran 

Vacant 

("amino Profenno 

Patrick Joyce 



Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 



RIGHT SIDE 



CARLETON COURT. 

WARD 1. 
From 67 Mountfort. 



CARLETON PLACE. 

WARD 1. 
From 32 Merrill to 31 Lafayette. 



Lafayette street ix » „*„,.„.»,» 

« i<3 Lafayette street 

CARLETON STREET. 

WARDS 6, 7. 
From 121 Pine to 738 Congress. 

11 Charles S. Chase 



Jeremiah W. Tabor 
James C. Hamlen 
George B. Morrill 
Miss Harriett Thrasher 

O West street 
Elmer L. Wengren 
Oscar R. Wish 
Helo H. King 
Edwin H. Nickers on 
John P. Hobbs 
Mrs. Harriet R. Verrill 



17 



Charles R. Cressey 

Hrackett street 







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77 


S2 


Herbert N. Pinkham 


83 


84 


Mrs. Elizabeth Turner 




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Charles H. Jones 


87 


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Samuel C. Gould 


S9 




Charles E. Dingwell 


91 


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Congress street 


103- 



Mrs. Jessie D. Wright 

West street 
Louis H. Schlosberg 
Thomas E. McDonald 
(rear) private stable 
Maurice C. Rich 
Ernest R. Nickerson 
Elton A. Hall 
, Frank G. Leavitt 
Cyrus Moulton 
Miss Elnora Hasty 
Chipman J. Smith 
Isaac H. Fairweather 
Frank L. Berry 

Braekett street 
Mrs. Ann E. Watts 
George W. Berry 
Edward P. Berry 
George F. McQuillan 
George E. Kenworthy 
George K. Comery 
Alvin A. Lane 
Melvin C. Brandon 
Alfred Trott, 2d 
— Congress street 

CAROLINE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From June to 464 Brighton avenue. 
:6 Lorenzo D. Mathis 

Brighton avenue — Brighton avenue 

CARROLL STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 46 Thomas to Western promenade. 

1 Lyman A. Cousens 
3 Edward B. Cook 
5 Charles E. Rolfe 
7 Henry G. Beyer, Jr. 
11 Samuel Boothby 
13 Franklin H. Hazelton 

Neal street 
33 Frederick A. Tompson 
37 Warren W. Cole 
48 Vaughan street 

55 James P. Baxter, jr. 
71 Philip G. Clifford 

Chad wick street 
83 George Bxirmham 
87 Mrs. Amy B. Palmer 
— ■ Western promenade 



■S Williston church 



20 McLellan schoolhouse 
Neal street 



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Vaughan street 



Chadwiek street 



"Western promenade 



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38 

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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT gIDE 

CASCO STREET. 

WARDS 4, 6. 
Prom 521 Congress to 370 Cumberland avenue. 



4-12 Brown block 



Vacant, s 
The Shepley 
Thompson- J oihnsori 
Sewall Peterson 



Co., real est 



25 



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Shepley street 

Patrick Ward, plasterer 
George D. Murray 
John H. Rich 
Adam G. Todd, grocer 
Frank W. Ames 

Cumberland avenue 



M. Stelnert & Sons Co., pianos 

Edward G. Haggett, bicycles 

William W. Chase 

Goddard & Ward, machinists 

(rear) Standard Vulcanizing Co. 

Miss Amelia S. Russell 

Henry Stafford 

John M. Anderson, shoe 

Miss Lizzie J. Munroe 
25A Frederick W. Doull 
27 Frank A. Greenlaw 

Fred L. Harding 
29, 31 Casco Street School 
37 John S. Johnson 

James S. Brown 
39 Andrew B. Barker 
45 Manual Training School 
47— Cumberland avenue 



CEDAR STREET. 

WARD 4. 
From 291 Cumberland avenue to 92 Kennebec. 



George Huff 
William R. Eiiscock 
Wilbur G. Leavitt 
Benjamin P. Thomas 
Thomas J. Hollivan 
Charles W. Robinson 
Arthur T. Childs, lodging h 
George A. Etter 
Ralph E. Beal 
Samuel W. Blaisdell 

Oxford street 
Samuel Zellikowitz 
Wit ham J. Cook 
Ebenezer Riokett 
Mrs. Mary E. Crowell 
Mrs. Josephine Jordan 
Albert F. Heath 
Mrs. Jennie Damren 
Mrs. Matilda Waugh 
Frank D. Griffen 
John H. Webster 
(rear) Vacant 
Dennis Boivin 

Lancaster street 
Charles Archibald 
Mrs. Carrde E. Bartlett 

B. & M. R. R. 

Kennebec street 



9 Mrs. Mary E. Doherty 

Mrs. Augusta J. Meserve 
13 Timothy B. Sheehan 
15 David W. Deane 
19 Charles M. Allen 
21 Jedediah A. Pratt 
25 Stephen J. Anderson 

Oxford street 
31 Patrick J. Murphy 
33 Edward W. Atherton 

Daniel MacGilvray 

(rear) Wentworth S. Powers 
35 Clarence R, Bates 

Fred W. Adams 
39 Leander G. Brunei 
Hall lane 
43 Albert P. Clark 
45 Albert W. Pierce 
47 Peter J. Greaney 
49 Harry S. Cain 

Peter O'Connor 
51 James H. Whitlock 

Julius A. J. Rundin 

Edward McCarthy 

56 Lancaster street 

O B. & M. R. R. 
— Kennebec street 



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CENTER STREET. 

WARD 4. 
From 291 Commercial to 474 Congress. 



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Milliken-Tomlinson Co., whole- 
sale grocers 
10-12 P. Silverman & Son, junk 
14-20 William H. Coolbroth, carpen- 
ter 
22 Joseph Morgan 
John Salvadar 
George S. Herrick 
Samuel Zeitman 

26 John A. McGowan 

30 Vacant 



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F. A. Rumery Co., contractors 
Smith & Rumery Co., lumber 

Fore street 
Mrs. Ellen Flaherty 
Antonio Puiia 
Michael McDonough 
Patrick J. Flaherty 
Mrs. Mary O'Toole 
Patrick Adley 
Martin Glennan 
Mrs. Bridget Green 
Thomas Farrington 
Mrs. Mary Foley 



GOAL 



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SARGENT, DENNISON CO. 

174 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 



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87 



LEFT SIDE. 

CENTER 

John Costello 
Patrick Lyden 
Pandeli Dimitri 
John Welch 
jO Pleasant and Fore si 

Mrs. Julia Murray 
Margaret Conley 
Timothy Donahue 
William lies 
Julia Beaty 
Katharine Moren 
Peter Flaherty 
Vacant 

Fraternity House 
Miss Kate L. Lowrle 
Miss Alice M. Bell 
Mrs. Ann O'Malia 
Mrs. Delia A. Robinson 
Vacant, sh 



STREET — Continued. 
45 IB. Cope 



RIGHT SIDE. 



reels 



68 



Cobb court 



74 Staples School 



Vacant 

Vacan , 

Center St. Kindergarten 

Spring street 

96 The E. T. Burrowes Co., sci 
mfrs 



Free street 



112 John S. McDonough, market 
1 1 I John G. Houston 

James J. Flaherty 
) 1 6 Vacant 
l is Ideal Lunch 

120-126 Oren Hooper's Sons, furni 
l.'SSi — Congress street 



4 9 



51 



67 



71 



7 3 



John Griffin 

Angelo Venello, variety 

Stephen Foley 
William Mullln 

Mrs. D. O'Donnell 

Joseph Menano 

Stephen Flaherty 

Patrick Flaherty 

Peter Kelley 

John McBray, rsnt 

Mrs. Catherine Kane 

John McDonough 

Orrin Meserve 

Mrs. Mary Devine 

John Foley 

(rear) Mrs. Winnie McDonough 
John J. McCarthy 

Daniel Stario 

Mrs. Margaret Donahue 

John Zakarian, barber & confec- 
tionery 

S. H. Hall & Co., wholesale con- 
fectionery 

Martin McDonough 

Mrs. Mary Welch 

Isaac Schwey, tailor 

Patrick McDonough 

John Welch 

Mrs. Nora Graney 

Mrs. Sarah Towle 

Mrs. Bridget Sullivan 

Mrs. Mary Foley 

Mrs. Margaret McDonough 

Patrick F. Booden 

Tony Rose, grocer 

Oliver Greenleaf 

Frank Maxwell 

David Bomhard 

George Seco 

Mrs. Katie A. Cooper 

Mrs. Mary Mellen 

Coleman Flaherty 

John Loring 

William K. Payne, cigars 

James Logue 

Daniel A. Kaler 

Daniel A. Kaler, cigars 
O Free street 

Edward T. Grows 

William J. Curran, stoves 

James H. Woodls, shooting gallery 

Randall J. Chase, barber 

Vacant, s 



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87 
89 
93 
95 
97 

105 
109 
111 
115 
119 

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WARD 7. 
From Bowdoin to 35 Bramhall. 



30 Gearge Perrow 

3 4 West street 

4 8 John T. Skolfield 
f>2 Herbert M. Bailey 

62 Mrs. Mary P. Morey 

66 Burton Smart 

S} — Rramhall street 



33 West street 

41 Frank P. Tibbetts 

47 Mrs. Emma Maxwell 

57 Medical School of Maine 

89 — Bramhall street 



Temple Wall Paper Co., 

Complete line of Wholesale 

ALFRED PEATS* PRIZE PAPERS Retail 



11 Portland's Exclusive 
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CHAPEL STREET. 



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O. CC [jj From 381 V£ Congress to 164 Oxford. 

J* Cumberland avenue 7 Carrol Bachelder 

fi W 9 William C. Herrlck 

™ >• S Mrs. Sophia Looke 

° J - 13 Fred Barnes 

> W h- 15 Miss Katherine McGurk 

- C _ 19 Mrs. Ellen L. Mitchell 

, Frank D. How 

Clarence K. Hart 

3u^ 25 James C. McCrakin 

m * 27 John F. Dally 

Q z , ft Walter S. Watkins 

ZUjJZroTi Aii 35 Cumberland avenue 

5 S > 58 Henry A. Jackson 41 George M ealy 

O j? 43 Patrick Stone 

0) 47-49 Benjamin N. Kavanaugh, bdg h 

D I- 51 Miss Mary L. Bryant 

-J — -Miss Mary P. Ames 

0. 55 John A. Montgomery 

OC Otto Norlin 

D . 66 — Oxford street 65 — Oxford street 

W 

charles street. 

Ward 7. 

£0S From 39 Ellsworth to 36 Crescent. 

~ 10 Ellsworth F. Hayden 9 Orlando J. Winslow 

^. 12 Frank C. Abbott 11 George W. Plaisted 

^^ 14 Edward H. Souviney 13 Vacant 
Z 18 Charles E. Jordan 
^~m 22 Hans Swenson 

^^ 24 Henry R. Stickney 23 Crescent street 
Q 26 Henry A. Sargent 
Arthur W. Lowe 

36 — Congress street 31 — Congress street 

G^t- CHATHAM STREET. 

g^ S WARD 3. 

^"p From 275 Fore to 106 Middle. 

L mm « 6 Anthony D. Martin 3 Arthur Gardner 

■ ^ u Miss Caroline Peterson Miss Laura K. Johnson 

CMS o James P. Bowser 

3Z 10 Nathan Cohen Howard Perkins 

< 12 Andrea P. Assali 5 Nathan Rotefsky 

^y I 18 Mrs. Mary Farber 9 Abraham Grinkett 

■*■ O Alesso Dillello 17 WMliam Simonorsky 

Xamm Jj 20 Joseph Morrison James Taylor 

22 Solomon Aides Evan Rokofsky 

J- Bernard Rudder 19 Louis Feury 

" Abraham Simon 21 Tony Felllpl 

t. 24 Vacant 25 Mrs. Sarah Simonsky 

q Louis Beilinea 

o 30— Middle street 29— Middle street 



CHENERY STREET. 



g WARDS 8, 9. 

- From 65 Ocean avenue to Back bay. 

s 14 Richard J. Zemla 

— Hack Bay — Back Bay 

CHERRY STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 16 Hemlock to opposite 20 Lowell. 
8 James T. Cobb 1 Herbert Campbell 

3 Frank E. Hollis 

Mrs. Annie I. Russell 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 563 Congress St. 

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C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



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„ LEFT SIDE. 
Louis S. Sherman 

Allen C. Small 



CHERRY STREET — Continued 



RIGHT SIDE. 



Francis G. Peterson 
Lowell street 



Archie Craigln 
7 Edward I. Lowe 
11 Miss Fannie Lawrence 
15 George H. Hacker 
19 Engene N. Littleneld 

Edward Carrlgan 

Cale E. Burns 



21 



25 Whitmore R. Garland 



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Lowell street 



CHESLEV AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 
From about 1190 Washington avenue to Oakland. 
Martin I. Driscoll 85 Mrs. Sarah Cochran 

Frank B. Hill Francis Libby 

Harry B. Greenlaw 
Mrs. Jane MactEachen 

Oak wood street — Oakwood street 



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From 
!2 Woolson School 
John Berry 
Hermon G. Colby 
Joseph W. Loveitt 
(rear) William F. Randall 

Erwin H. Curtis 

Cumberland avenue 
Fred Given 
James W. Carson 
John W. Potts 
William M. Higgins 
Mrs. Addie L. Higgins 
Joseph A. Tuttle 
Mrs. Alice M. Hatch 
Ralph B. Haskell 
John Holden 
(rear) Moses Laham 

Mrs. George Filflie 
Samuel A. Creel man 
(rear) Mrs. Ellen Mason 
Albert W. MacMillan 
Richard S. MacWilliams 
Frank A. Hale 
William R. Goodwin 
Mrs. George O. Casey 
Miss May E. Dow 
Miss Bertha Eveleth 
Mrs. Annie L. Tlbbetts 
Washington L. Mosley 
James Wright 
Mrs. Ada L. Martin 
Hugh F. Conley 
Herbert P. Lord 
Edward O. Atkins 

Oxford street 
George W. Coombs, baker 
Matthew M. Jenks 
Charles E. Randall 
George W. Coombs 
Charles A. Farris 
Patrick Campbell 
(rear) Calvin C. White 

Moses P. Arnold 
Andrew J. Rodgers 

Hall lane 
Mrs. Rebecca W. Hall 
Charles Beasley 
(rear) Alexander Burns 



CHESTNUT STREET. 

"WARD 4. 
405 Congress to 70 Somerset. 

11-15 Methodist church 
William L. Maopherson 



17 

21 Willis G. McGlaurlin 

Fred P. McGlautiin 
23 Miss Ellen W. Hunt 

John F. Norton 
25 Mrs. Nettie Wallace 
27 Anderson Bros., painters 
29 Charles H. Stowell, grocer 

Cumberland avenue 
39 Arthur M. Goodrich 
41, 41A The Florentine 
45 Miss Mary P. Griffin 

Mrs. Lilliam M. Holmes 
49 Morris Herman 

Arthur Jason 



51 Edward W. Motley 






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Francis W. Buxton 
Mrs. Mary L. Buxton 



57-59 Serunian-Amergian Co., grocers 



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Oxford street 

Charles L. Andrews 
Irving E. Doughty 
(rear) Richard J. Mulloy 

George W. Crandall 
Felix B. Lewis 
Emerson H. Doughty 
John H. Greeley 
Harpld F. Wheeler 
Henry P. Wellman 

Merrill court 
Charles W. Seyford 
Henry P. Hannaford 
George H. Shaw 
Mrs. Mary E. O'Hara 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



CHESTNUT STREET — Continued. 
88 £ h rf rl cit§eHn e e ar Soodhue 91 F " W " C«nnln*ham & Sons, storage 

QH in* n° i a M a n te n' ,trfet Lancaster street 

Kennebec street Kennebec street 

— Somerset street __ Somerset street 

CHURCH STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 125 Middle to 136 Federal. 

Newbury street 
33 — Federal street 

CI. ARK COURT. 

WARD 6. 
From 41 Tyng. 

3 Vacant 

CLARK STREET. 



14 Peter D. Miller 

Newbury street 
34 — Federal street 



4 Vacant 



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From 551 Commercial to 
Beach street 



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Summer street 

Mrs. Annie M. Lynch 
Michael M. Ballard 
Parker B. Haskell 
Mrs. Julia E. Wade 
AnUhony Jacobsky 
John Grusals 
Vacant 

Salem street 
George G. McCoy 
Alexander D. Royles 
Martin C. Clancy 
John Leaf 
James J. Qualey 
Joseph M. Burns 
Martin J. Conley 

Danforth street 

Ellen T. McCann 
John E. Cuskley 
Mrs. Bridget A. Reed 
George W. McKay 
William E. Wescott 
William J. Hammond 
Carlos T. D. Foye 
Mrs. Mary F. Gardiner 
George P. Brooks 
Roy Springer 

Miss Elizabeth A. Kennedy 
Henry T. Fortune 
Joseph A. McNealus 
Llewellyn Heatley 
Edvartus Wilson 
Robert H. McClelland 
Mrs. Helen H. Averill 
George C. Llbby 
Alfred S. Dearing 
Christopher T>. Cunningham 
Mrs. Mary A. Norton 

York street 
William Deehan 
Frank E. Grant 
Frank Burnham 
124 Russell P. Swan, automobiles 
William B. Thombs, automobiles 

Spring: street 



Pine. 

York street 

Summer street 

George H. Enos 

George E. Ward 

Michael Skerritt 

Matthew Conley 

Francis E. Duff 

John J. Fairweather 

(rear) Michael Noonan 

Mrs. Mary Griffin 
Mrs. Mary McCue 

Daniel J. iSullivan 

William P. T. Carroll, grocer 
Salem street 

Patrick J. Flaherty 

John J. Burke 

Michael J. McDonough 

Mrs. Mary Sheehan 

Swan Nelson 

Joseph Kiviatkowsky 

John D. Austad, grocer 

TThomas M. Madesen 

Thomas F. Kane 

(rear) Dennis A. Cronln 
Edward Maskell 
63 Alice R. Seavey 
65 Mrs. Annie A. O'Flaherty 

(rear) Hugh Archibald 

Daniel D. Monahan 
77 Danforth street 

91 Gray street 

95 Addison Libby, carpenter 

William Moses, carpenter 
97-101 John H. Lee, livery stable 
103 Enoch W. Hunt, carpenter 

Frank L. Bates, painter 

Charles F. York 

Mrs. Lucv J. White 

Mary A. Cady 

Charles J. Talbot 

Edward H. McShane 



39 



55 



57 



61 



105 
107 
109 
111 



113 
115 
119 



Dermot court 

William E. Dolan 
William P. Whalen 
Mrs. Catherine Dolan 
O Spring: street 



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KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE * 



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91 





LBFT SIDE. 






CLARK STREET— 


132 


Herbert A. Day 


133 


134 


Zebulon L. Corey 
Airs. Alberta S. Shaw 




136 


Charles F. Stewart 






Miss Bridgett McDermott 


137 


1 10 


Mrs. Mary Evans 
William F. Dyer 




144 


Spruce street 




146 


Levi McNeill 




148 


Mrs. Mary A. Fowler 
John Buckley 




150 


Warren A. T. Hunt 


153 




Mrs. Florence E. Horrie 


155 


156 


William B. Melcher 
Olof Moren 




158 


William D. McCalmon 
Charles D. Atherton 


159 


162 


Clifton L. Davis 




164 


Cushman street 


161 


168 


Mrs. Agnes Pratt 
Mrs. Margaret Driscoll 




170 


Walter iE. Walker 






William H. Sherwood 


165 


172 


Mrs. Mary C. Kalor 




174 


Ralph Doughty 


167 


l74%George E. Cushman 


168 


176 


Mrs. Margaret Neeley 






Miss Emma Blackwood 


171 


178 


Patrick Foley 


175 




Edward A. Donahue 


177 


1 so 


Mrs. Laura M. Allen 


179 


1S2 


William J. Dunscombe 


181 




Alvah E. Kennard 


183 




Leonard A. Ross 


185 


184 


Clifton C. Pooler, caterer 


187 


188- 


194 Walter D. Hinds, storehouse 


191 


196 


George D. Duffey, tailor 




196- 


- Pine street 


197- 



RIGHT SIDE. 



-Continued. 



16 



20 



Barthonlew J. Quinn 
Hubert Hawkes 



Patrick M. Lee 

Spring street 



Mrs. Dorothea D. Murphy 

Oscar G. Fredding 

Mrs. Catherine D. Woodman 

Charles A. Southerland 

John D. Pennell 

Gideon T. Ridlon 

Bert A. PTanders 

George E. Eddington 

Frank W. Ford 

Henry Evans 

Varnum street 
William T. Ballard 
Arthur Johnson 
Nathaniel W. Berry, carpenter 
Hayden & Dingwell, carpenters 
A. W. Sawyer & Son, painters 
Vacant 
Washington S. Taylor 

Bradford street 
William H. Moore 
Mrs. Josephine Burgess 
John O. Burke 
Mrs. Jessie iStallard 
Frank A. Nelson 
Louis Luesson 
Waldo H. Perry 

Pine street 



CLEAVES STREET. 

WARD 2. 
From 121 Cumberland avenue to opposite 23 Oxford. 

7 John J. Collins 



Alfred T. Erichson 
Peter A. Sullivan 
Beverly A. Crawford 



John F. Mahoney 
Duncan McDonald 
John E. Conley 
Laurence M. Conley 
Martin J. Greely 
Lucien F. Hunt 



Mrs. Delia P, Thompson 

Joseph J. Boivin 

Charles J. McCarthy 

George H. Stevenson 
11B Louis E. Brown 

Ingrnnain eourt 
21 Edgar G. Cole 
23 Thomas A. Hassell 
25 John Gall age r 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Mitchell 
27 Leon Fickett 

Josiah G. Larrabee 

Paul Christensen 

(rear) Vacant 
35— Oxford street 



11 



Oxford street 



CLIFF STREET. 

WARD 8. 

From Fore river to 10 Brewer. 

3 Frank G. Johnson 
— Brewer street — 



Brewer street 



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CLIFFORD STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 12 Thomas to 57 Vaughan. 
5 Bion Wilson 

Bondoln street 
„ .. D Neal street 
Vaushon street Mrs " Sus , an w - Navies 

Vaughan street 

CLIFTON STREET. 

WARD 8. 



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4 Fred L. Bates 

6 Clarence C. Ramsey 

8 Eugene H. Winslow 
14 Andrew C. Hislop 
18 William T. Bradford 
24 Albert W. Marston 

Henry P. Hanson 
28 Melrose street 

36 William D. Fickett 
38 William E. Soule 
42 James H. Ingersoll 
46 George O. Smith 

Harry N. Blanohard 
58 C. Albert Page 
— Forest nvenne 



589 Forest avenue. 

29 Melrose street 



31 Seth A. Mou 1 ton 

35 Dr. William E. Salie, h and o 

41 Bernard Nichols 

45 Charles P. Hemenway 

4 7 Charles F. Heminway 

James T. Rollinson 

4 9 Vacant 

53 Mrs. Charles T. Ogden 

61 Herbert W. McCausland 
— Forest avenue 



CLINTON STREET. 

WARD 9. 



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10 
14 
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From 766 Forest 
Mrs. Adana M. Hagberg 
Mrs. Jennie 1. Mountfort 
Fred A. Ramsay 
William M. Martin 
John Wells 
George W. Flagg 
Harry N. Fuller 

Hunt street 
70, 72 Florence street 

176 Daniel W. Brintnall 
178 James H. Doyle 

Harold L. Hawkes 
190 — Stevens avenue 



.venue to 479 Stevens avenue. 
17 J. Willard Redin 

Fred W. Mathews 
33 George W. Cutts 

Cutts & Boyman, plumbers 
37 Harry E. Perry 

Lucien E. C. Gray 
69, 71 Florence street 

163 Loren N. Hawkes 
165 Charles A. Small 
169 Edward M. Cobb 
175 John F. Smith 



189— 



Stevens avenue 



COLLEGE STREET. 

WARD 9. 



From opposite 735 Stevens avenue to 



— Westbrook Seminary grounds 
30 Albert L. Dow 



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Pine Gro-re Cemetery 



Evergreen Cemetery 



Pine Grove and Evergreen Cemeteries. 
5 William M. Clement 

James M. Scanlon 

L. Lamberton Moore 

William H. Skillin 

Gardner L. Marston 

George A. Dennett 

Arthur Dow 

Will W. Johnson 

Miss Helen A. Forbes 

Clarence E. Whitney 

Mrs. Ida M. Gordon 

Charles Fielding 

George C. Cribb 

Pine Grove Cemetery 
Evergreen Cemetery 



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15 
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COLONIAL ROAD. 

WARD 9. 
From junction Woodford street and Brighton avenue, southwesterly. 

Charles A. Ingalls 

Vacant 

Vacant 



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Glasses Made and Repaired Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11.000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



93 



LEFT SIDE. 



— Alfred S. Batty 



COLONIAL STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From about 134 Allen avenue. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



COLUMBIA ROAD. 

WARD 9. 
From junction Woodford street and Brighton avenue, northerly 
4 Joseph E Hertz 51 R OS coe C. Wentworbh 

26 Edward S. Hall 57 George O. Hoyt 

3 4 Nelson H. Bradbury Leeman street 

Gay street 
38 Arthur G. Cook 73 Phineas C. Eastman 

Clifford E. McGlauflin 

Rosemont terrace Concord street 

COMMERCIAL STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 



2-8 



From India to 1 
Grand Trunk Wharf 



West Commercial. 



14 Gait Wharf 

18 Portland Warehouse & Transfer 
Co., o 

20, 22 S. W. Thaxter & Co., grain 
24-28 Gait Block Warehouse Co., o 



30-34 



Thames street 



4 4 Franklin Wharf 

46, 48 William F. Dresser, rsnt 



50-56 



Randall 
sheds 



& McAllister, coal 



64 Rowe Bros. & Co., contractors 
66 J. R. McKay & Co., junk 

(rear) Michael T. yuinn, boiler- 
maker. 
68 Hum ha in Wharf 

70 Randall & McAllister, shop 
76 Randall & McAllister Whf 

80-84 Randall & McAllister, coal 
86 S. A. Skillings & Son, lobsters 
Barker Wharf 



90 Vacant, s 

92 Casco Bay & Haipswell Dines, 

waiting room 
94, 96 John W. Perkins Co., drugs 



98, 100 Custom-house Wharf 

102 W. S. Jordan & Co., ship stores 
106-120 Burgess, Fobes & Co., paints 
122, 124 Patrons' Co-operative Corp. 
wholesale grocers 



126, 128 Morrill Bros. Co., wh'ol fruit 



95 
97, 
103 
107 
109, 
113, 
117 

121 
123 

125 

127 



Michael Howard, pool 
Robert Hughes, boarding h 
Bernard Cohen, clothing 
Vacant, s 
y 2 Vacant 

II Estle & O'Brien Co., boiler- 

makers 
Police Department 
(rear) Patrol stable 
Thomas F. McCarthy, truckman 
29 The Maine Electric Co. 
35 John Conley & Son, oils 
S. W. Thaxter & Co., storehouse 
W. L. Blake & Co., storehouse 

Franklin street 
Michael E. Ney, express 
Vacant, s 

William Walsh, rsnt 
Vacant 

Samuel Goldstein, rsnt 
Vacant 

Lindenberg & Waters, blacksmiths 
Louis Tall en to, barber 
Joe Rosenthal, clothing 
The Epicure, rsnt 
John Halloran, rsnt 
Abraham Taylor, truckman 
E. Perry & Co., junk 
Mrs. Dora Rosenthal, cigars 
Irving Goldberg, rsnt 
Ned Harp, barber 
Francisco Caterino, fruit 
85 W. L. Blake & Co., oils 
Union Compound Co., grease ml'rs 
Doughty & Jewett, fish 
Joseph Brooks, port warden 
Thomas J. Laithwaite, port war- 
den 
John W. Westman, fruit 
99 Custom-house street 

Custom-house 

Pearl street 

III Litlefield & Co., grocers 
115 Chas. B. Varney Co., flour 

The Vacuum Oil Co., o 
The Gray & Prior Men. Co. 
American Dairy Lunch 
Donald J. McDonald, o 
Ellet Sanborn, jar openers 
Benedic Francis, barber 
John H. Hollywood, cigars 
Bernard J. Devine, rsnt 



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LBPT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 
COMMERCIAL STREBT-^Continued. 



130 
132 

134 
136- 
144 
152, 

156 
168 



John S. McVane, sailmaker 
C. T. Swett Co., grocers 



Svi 

154 



Portland Pier 

L. B. Griffln & Co., produce 
liam A. Guptill, rsnt and pool 
Finn Bros., junk 

Commercial Wharf 

H. McDonald, fish 



164-168 Hannaford Bros. Co., produce 



170, 172 



Long Wharf 



174 
176 



180 
180: 



184, 



188- 



Sargent-Denntson Co., 
The Doten Grain Co., 



coal 
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Vacant, s 
£ Chase Bros., wharfingers 

Henry Dennis & Co., com mer 

186 The Thomas Laughlin 
ship chandlery 

Benjamin Poore, rigger 
192 Portland Cold Storage Co. 



Co. 



194, 196 



Central Wharf 



198 Kensell & Tabor, grain 

202 S. A. True Co., grain 

204 Vacant, o 

206 E. E. Clifford, storage 

208 Wm. G. Soule, com mer 

T. H. Johnson & Co., com mer 
Dolan & Furnival, extracts 

210, 212 E. E. Clifford & Co., pickle 
mfrs 
Widgery Wharf 

216-220 Sacknoff Bros., junk 
218 Ernest de B. LeProhon, tea broker 
222-224 Hutchinson & Cain, iron wkrs 
226 Storehouse 

228 Roscoe G. Deighton, extracts 
228-232 Oudahy Packing Co., whol 
beef 

234-238 Union Wharf 

240 Deering Coal & Wood Co. 

244 Loose Wiles Biscuit Co. 



250 Morris & Co., whol beef 
252, 254 Twitchell-Champlin Co., whol 
grocers 



256, 258 



Merrill Wharf 



260 
266 
274 
276 
280 



-264 Armour & Co., whol beef 
Vacant 

Fletcher & Crowell Co., o 
Portland Cooperage Co., o and sh 
282 Richardson Wharf 



165 

167 

169, 
173 
175 

179 



181 



129 Mrs. N. L. Lindell, boarding h 
131, 133 Sturdivant & Norton, produce 
135, 137 J. S. Winslow & Co., ship 
brokers 
Central Wharf Towboat Co., o 
139 Silver street 

141 William J. Dennis, cigars 
145 John M. Boyle, cigars, etc. 
147, 153 C. H. Robinson Co., paper 
15 5 Market street 

159 H. S. Melcher Co., whol grocers 
163 Ezekiel Dennis, commission mer 

George S. Hunt & Cram, sugar 

brokers 
Chase, Leavitt & Co., ship brokers 
Bicknell Mfg. Co. 
171 Vacant, s 

Moulton street 
Charles F. Guptill & Co., ship 

stores 
F. D. Cummings, com mer 
P. H. Doyen Co., contractors 
Hiram A. Hobbs, com mer 
Bartley C. Flaherty, com mer 
Geo. Wm. Bentley Co., com mer 
George W. Hunt, rsnt 
185-191 Portland Fruit Co. 
185 (rear) Cummings Bros., st 
193 Charles H. Mann & Co., agents 

William H. Walker, com mer 
195, 197 E. Corey & Co., iron 

Dana street 
199-205 E. Corey & Co., iron storage 
207 A. M. Dingley, variety 
209 Vacant, s 

211 Brown & Josselyn, flour 
Bennett Contracting Co. 
213, 215 Carr Bros. Co., fruit 

Plum street 
217, 219 D. W. True & Co., wholesale 

grocers 
217 Fernald, Keene & True Co., can- 
ned goods 
221 Stedman, Hawkes Co., wholesale 

grocers 
223 Vacant, s 

225-233 Conant, Patrick & Co., whole- 
sale grocers 
235 Charles K. Fletcher, com mer 

Frank R. Jordan, agt 
237 Jo'hn P. Squire & Co.. wholesale 

beef 
239 Union street 

241, 243 Cummings Bros., wholesale 

beef 
243 A. Grimme, Jr., com mer 
245, 247 The Thompson Hall Co., whol 

grocers 
245 G. H. Fletcher & Co.. o 
249 Little & Coffin Oil Co. 
249 M; Baker Extract Co. 
251 J. B. Donnell Co.. whol grocers 
253 Dibby, McNeil & Libby, o 
255 Libby, McNeil & Libby, storage 
257-265 Fletcher & Crowell Co., iron 

workers 
267 Cross street 

269 Shaw, Hammond & Carney, whol 

grocers 
273 E. Swasey & Co., crockery 
281 S H. & A. R. Doten. yard 



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95 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



COMMERCIAL STREET— Continued 



284, 
294, 



3 8 
310 



3 14 

343 
3 50 
362 
364 



366 



3 OS 
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382 
390 
394 



398 
404 



416 
418 



426 
428, 
432 
436 



288 
296 



Portland Cooperage Co., stor 
F. A. Waldron & Son, Hour 



306 Portland Sebago Ice Co.,' o 
Sebago Ice Co. 

Merchants Wharf 

Jeremiah S. Douglass, agt 

320 Browi'i Wharf 

Hammond Beef & Provision Co. 

338 Swift & Co., whol beef 



Berlin Wharf 

Vacant, s 

Wright's Wharf 

A. R. Wright Co., coal and wood 
James A. Leavitt & (Sons 
W. W. Riggs & Co., lumber 
Allison L. Foster, truckman 
Lister Agri. Chem. Works, o 
James A. Leavitt & Sons, blinds, 
etc 

372 B. A M. R. R. Wharf 

N. A. Jacobs' Sons, boat builders 
Silas H. Redmond, Jr., machine 
shop 

389 Hobson Wharf 

Rufus Deeding Co., lumber 
Frank Dudley Co., lumber 
Saguenay Lumber Co., o 
Chas. »V. Morton, notary public 

402 Berlin Mills Wharf 

Berlin Mills Co., lumber 

Burgess Sulphite Fibre Co., o 

Berlin Timber Lands Co. 

Quebec & St. Maurice Industrial 
Co., pulp 
-4 24 Holyoke Wharf 

Portland Building Supply Co., o 

Economy Wood Co. 

William Eugene Willard. lumber 

Vacant, s 

430 S turd Want Wharf 

D. L. Mason, storage 
-440 H. F. Farnham, doors 



291 F. A. Rumery Co., building cont 

E. Swasey & Co., crockery 
293 Center street 

295-307 Mllliken, Tomlinson Co., whol 
grocers 
Monmouth Canning Co., o 
Portland Wholesale Grocers and 
Flour Dealers' Association. 

311-317 Vacant 

319 C. A. Weston Co., whol grocers 
E. W. Goff, truckman 
Deering, Winslow Co., lumber 
Nickerson Coal Company 
Richardson, Dana & Co., lumber 
J. H. Hamlen & Son Co., cooperage 



442 

444- 
462 



468 



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-452 Portland Sebago Ice Co., st 
Wilson Lumber Co. 

State street AA'harf 

-514 B. & M. R. R. sheds 
M. C. R. R. sheds 
Portland Terminal Co. sheds 



522-524 



50 



323 
325 
327 
329 
333-337 



Maple street 



363-367 Berlin Mills Co., storage 
375 Berlin Mills, glazing rms 
383 D. Birnie & Son, lumber 
385-391 High street 

407 B. Cope & Son, junk 

411 Edward Joyce 

413 John E. Harrigan, cigars, etc 

417 Martin A. Conley 

419 Wm. J. Dennis, cigars. 



etc. 



421-427 



Park street 



Cape Elizabeth Crossing? 



Clark street 



West Commercial street 
begins 



431 David R. Mahoney, rsnt 

453 Clarence D. Parkar. blacksmith 

4 61 Mrs. ivate Conway, rsnt 

T. Edward Sullivan 
463-467 State street 

469 George E. Rush, cigars 

471 Samuel Gitlin, variety 

471^ Boleslaw Bobryk 

473 Robert Stewart, barber 

475 Michael O'Neil 

477 Symon Golake 

481 B. & M. & M. C. R. R. dept 

Y. M. C A. rooms 
485, 487 Portland T/erminal Co.. carp 

sh 
489-491 Tyng street 

493 Portland Terminal Co., offices 
503 Private stable 
517 Vacant, s 

Brackett street 

527 Edward N. Bates, rsnt 
529 Martin Welch 

Mrs. Winifred Ridge 
531 Patrick McGrath 

Wincenty Apanas 
535 Stanislaw Dyro 

Mrs. Annie E, Carroll 
537 Antoni Pozdiak 

Wincenty Skwarciony 
541 John Jarmaek 
543 Vacant 

545 Patrick A. Sullivan, cigars 
549 Clark street 

561 Ayer Houston & Co., hat mfrs 

"West Commercial street 

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LEFT SIDE. 



CONANT STREET. 
WARD 8. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



22 
26 



From Rochester to 
Ralph G. Taylor i 

Harry L. Smardon 

Alexander W. Higgins 3 

John E. BIckford 

William H. Sanborn 7 

Elmer L. Parrott 13 

Addison Frye 17 

Henry O. Whitten 
Allen B. Carter 
Clarence W. Eaton 
William E. Ross 

Winslow street — 

COXCORU STREET. 
WARD 8. 
From 21 Nevens to 19 Leland. 
3 



66 Winslow. 
Albert E. Chase 
John J. Tweadie 
Frank E. Anderson 
Ernest E. Graffam 
Louis J. Gray 
ELmer E. BIckford 
Samuel B. Libby, Jr. 
Christian A. Petersen 



Winslow street 



2, 4 Nevens street 

16 Daniel A. Worth 
Fred H. Thorne 
Charles C. Harris 

20, 22 Norwood street 

28 Ernest Luce 

60 



Herkeley street 

George W. Seiders, jr 
Wallace S. Mitchell 
William W. Woodward 
Fred W. Peck 
Martin W. Smart 
Harold E. Harmon 
90, 92 Glenwood avenue 

102 Herbert D. Coates 

Rev. Fred A. Robinson 
Walter S. Coleman 

Lawn avenue 
George W. Pennell 
Simeon J. Smith 
Mrs. Elmer E. 'Ross 
Joseph C. -Sawyer 
Edward F. Fassett 
Walter B. Bailey 
Stephen F. Seavey 
Harry S. Johnson 



80 



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17 
21 

25 
41 
47 

53 

55 
59 

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79 



Mrs. Julia A. Cummings 
Lorenzo D. Huntress 
Harry F. Smith 
Galen J. Deguio 

Norwood street 
George W. Furlong 
Robert H. Eveleth 
Roscoe R. Reed 
Mrs. Helen Elwell 
Andrew M. Floyd 
John L. Ward 
William H. Morton . 
Pearl R. Jordan 
Charles H. Dickson 
James C. B. Whitney 
John B. Stokes 
Guy Calderwood 
George H. Babb 



89, 91 



Glenwood avenue 



103 Charles K. Fletcher 
107 John McAlley 

111 Lawn avenue 

121 Alfred W. Frost 

Charles A. Maynard 

Matthews street 

147 Howard Winslow 



68-17 2 Stevens avenue 

94 Fred H. Rounds 
98 Fred E. Briggs 
206 James C Dain 

Ralph E. Ailing 
210 John A. Gordon 
220 Peter L. Watts 

Miss Martha W. Cleaves 
222 Harry L. Warren 
Mrs. Mary A. Hill 
228 William Martin 

J. Spencer Harris 
234 Frank M. Hodgkins 
Martin B. Brown 

Leland street 



169-173 



Stevens avenue 



236— 



2 Byron M. Bradbury 
4 Mary King 



197 Henry B. ISmith 

Edward C. Smith 
199 Jerome C. Leighton 
203 William F. York 
209 Rev. Herbert C. Small 
221 Wallace V. Adams 



235 — ■ Lelnnd Rtreet 



CONGRESS PARK. 

WARD 6. 

From 650 Congress. 

1 Mrs. Ethel F. Batchelder 

3 James W. Waite 

5 Harry Morton, lodging h 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



97 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



CONGRESS STREET. 

WARDS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 
From East Commercial to Westbrook city line. 
Cutter street 
O Eastern promenade 



St. Lawrence Cong, church 
Munjoy street 



00 

92 

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94 



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102 
104 



106 
108 

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Alvin D. Quinby 
Robert P. Hanson 
C. Wesley Horton 

Mrs. Delia Martin 
Meade B. Llttlefield 
John M. Conway, grocer 
Mrs. Ella L. Skillin 
J. M. Conway, grocer 

Atlantic street 

Irwin Bowles 
James W. Gribbin 
John F. Parker 
David S. Ray 

John S. Jordan 

L. C. Fowler, drugs 

Torn down 



118 Mrs. Caroline E. Carleton 



25 



32 
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Arthur H. Marden 
R. Cutler Libby 
William H. Gibbons 


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39 

43 


46 

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James O. McLean 
David W. Schwarz 
George W. Montgomery 
Alvin Smith 


45 
47 
51 




Vesper street 


55 


56 

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Harry G. Preble 
Augustus G. Webber 
Stephen Morrill 
Frank J. Mosher 
George W. Maling 


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65 
67 


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Eastern promenade 

Joseph H. Blake 

John A. Moffltt 

Theara Hilton 

Albert E. Perry 

O Morning street 

John E. Farr 

Frank L. Bicker 

George B. Wooster 

Florian A. Baker 

Robert G. Fickett 

Michael Lynch 

Thomas Wood 

William St. John 

John F. Ahern 

Emerson street 

John H. Cummings 

Charles R. Nelson 

John E. Clowes 

Claude N. Mills 

Henry W. Straw 

Alexander B. Watson 

Dr. Albert F. Stuart, h and 

Winneld S. Randall 

Howard street 

Charles Wesley Horton, groc 

Charles L. Scott 

Frederick J. Jortberg 
73 Simeon Cailler 

Charles A. Dunlap 
7 5 Alfred Richards 

Alpha J. Grant 

Charles W. Robinson 
77 Frederick J. Ilsley 

(rear) Lester W. Grant 
77% James A. Wakefield 
79 Frank G. Dow 
7 9 A Isaac C. Jackson 
81 James A. Bogan 
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103 



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107 



109 
111 



113 
115 



Mrs. Georgia A. Willey 

Mrs. Nellie Bradbury 

Mrs. Bethel R. Leonard 

John F. Cronkite 

Mrs. Maria C. Decelle 

Benjamin F. Andrews 

(rear) Fred G. Floyd 

George W. Farfington 

Miss Emma R. Russell 

William E. Dunham 

(rear) George R. Robinson 

Mrs. Florence M. Maroon, grocer 

George W. Rankin 

Lester W. Carpenter 

Augus D. McFarlane 

George W. Rankin, drugs 

Lafayette street 
Andrew A. Ward 
Howard E. Mansfield 
Samuel H. Halkin 
Ellis L. Leavitt, barber 
Charlie Chin, laundry 
George G. Ham 
Joseph H. Grant 
G. G. Ham & Son, sewing ma- 
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126, 128 Methodist church 



CONGRESS STREET— Continued 
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RIGHT SIDE. 



134 Steam Fire Engine No. 2 
Truck No. 2 

138 Observatory 

140 Mrs. Ellen L. York 

146 Bahne I. Thomsen 

Gardner L. Kimball 
148 George H. Raynard 
150 F. C. Tibbetts Mercantile Co. 
150y 2 William H. Lawlor, grocer 



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154 
156 



158 



Kellogg street 

James T. "Wilkinson 
James E. McCarthy 



Fred L. Johnston 
Hugh J. Hadzor 
John A. Hadzor 
John C. O'Neill 

162 Albert S. Davis 



164 



Samuel W. Rogers 
Mrs. Annie H. McBrady 



168. 170 



Sheridan street 



174 James T. Johnston, coal & wood 

176 Mrs. Maria I. Gately 
George E. McCallum 



178 Miss Mary A. Murphy 

Miss Susan E. Love 

(rear) Vacant 
182 Michael J. Carlson 

William H. Thorne 

Harry P. Dougherty 
184 Miss Ellen Toomey 

John M. Duddy 
188 Mrs. Ellen G. Lawless 

Mrs. Annie M. Sullivan 
190 Mrs. Honora E. Sheehan 

Burton R. Curtis 

Ponce street 

192 Miss Catherine M. McShea 
Martin F. Connolly 

194 Nicholas DeStefanis 
James P. McShea 

200 Edward S. Cohen 

Bernard Shechner 

Henry J. Clarke 

(rear) William F. Wortman 
James A- Carr 
John J. Higgins 
James V. Dang 
Timothy Glynn 



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121 

123 
127 
129 



Miss Mary L. Merrill 

Wellington Matthew, shoe repr 

Samuel H. Halkin, tailor 

Jacob Judelshon 

Maurice Markson 

(rear) Josephine M. Stevens 

Louis Matson 

Claude L. Lovejoy 

Dr. George H. Turner, h and o 

Dr. Mark Alward, h and o 

Tiheara Hilton, drugs 



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137 
141 

143 
147 
149 
151, 
155 

157 

159 



161 
165 
167 



171 



Benjamin L. Donnell, variety 
Benjamin L. Donnell 
Mrs. Mary Cook 
John F. Hamilton 
Rupert C. Parker 
Dennis F. Griffin 
Thomas B. Morrissey 
153 Keeley Institute 
George O. Tuttle 
Andrew D. Sweet 
James T. Johnston 
George C. Edwards 
Daniel Keating 
Edward T. Fenley 
George W. Fenley 
John Irving 
Mary A. McDonough 
Francis W. Cunningham 

Sheridan street 



John M. Burke 

Matthew C. Quinn 

Samuel I. Bramson 

Max Latkin, tailor 

William A. Wannamaker 

Max Latkin 

John Howard 

Mrs. Mary J. Flanagan 

James White 

Miss Elizabeth A. Feeney 

Ralph J. Moreash 

David T. Moore 

Martin Flynn 
179 A David T. Moore 
181 Arthur W- Stevens 

John J. Murphy 

Patrick Tracy 

Gasper Vervena 

Paul Blumenthal, pool 

Lawrence Frazier 

George J. Misenor 

McLean & Thorndlke, fish 
191A Charles E. Prinn 

Ellsworth A. Swett 

John E. Blake 

Mrs. A. J. Rowell, corsets 

(rear) Miss Mary Connelly 



173 



175 



177 
179 



187 
189 



191 



193 



195 Joseph Resnikowitz 

Samuel Rosenberg 

(rear) Vacant 
195A Vacant store 
197 Louis Siegel 
199 Serunian-Amergian Co., grocers 



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LEFT SIDE. 

CONGRESS 

202 Mrs. Lizzie S. Fernald 
Charles S. Garbarino 
F. Earle Bis'hop 



^04 (rear) Archibald J. Sterling 
Mrs. Emily Kearney 
Thomas J. Liddy 
John J. Kaler 
Herman Nelson 

"n6 Christian O. Hyland 
Michael J. Doherty 

208 Eleazor K. Young 

(rear) Daniel C. Henderson 

210 Frank V. Belyea 

214 Vacant, s 

James Connellan 
216 Mrs. Margaret M. J. Devine 
218 Clement P. Sinnott 

2 22 Mount fort street 



224-246 Eastern Cemetery 



STREET- 

199 

199 



201 



248-254 North School 



2 60, 262 Church of the Messiah 



266 270 India street 



203 
207 



209 



215 
217 



229 
231 
233 
235 



RIGHT SIDE. 
•Continued. 
W. Nathan Esgujean 

John F. Haley 

(rear) Misak Khtelan 

Arthur A. Griggs 
Moses K. Serunian 
Asam S. Serunian 

Robert J. Monteith 

Harry Finks 

Henry A. Kenney 

Edward Finks, shoe repairer 

William H. Lowe 

Joseph Stein 

Soteros Verenes, fruit 

Hyman Bernstein 

(rear) Soteros Verenes 

Albert W. Smith 

Samuel Bernson 

Vacant 

Vacant 
217 % Vacant 

219 Washington avenue 

221 Frank H. Power, drugs 
223 James F. O'Brien, boots & shoes 
223AMrs. Bridget Halpin 

Mrs. Mary A. Brockmann 

Thomas F. Greeley 
225% Thos. H. Scully, barber 
227 Carlo Garbarino, fruit 

Edward Duddy 

Duddy & McPhee, dry goods 
Montgomery street 

Edward C. McDonough, drugs 
235% Dr. William Rynne, rms and g 
237 John J. Nissen, bakery 
239 Brown & Bis'hop Co., meats 
239% Edwin C. Randall 
241 James A. Cunningham 

(rear) Mrs. Jessie Orr 

Edward W. Murphy 
241A Murphy Bros., drugs 

(rear) Michael J. Walsh 

North school kindergarten 
243 George W. Tourtellott 
245 James DeFrances, barber 
245AJohn D. Bennett, shoe repairer 
247 Bernard J. O'Brien, variety 

Thomas J. Murphy 

(rear) Leonard G. Tibbetts 
Ralph Chiappe 
Salim Farris 
249 Farris Bros., dry goods 
249 A Vacant 

251 Oscar S. Maxwell, confectionery 
253 Pearl L. Smith, clothing 
255 Thomas F. Carey, drugs 
257-259 Smith street 

261 Dr. Louis A. Derry 

Joseph A. Rletta 

William H. Kohling 

Herman Kaplan 

Roswell A. Jones, provisions 

(rear) Mrs. Esther J. Holbrook 
John F. Kennedy 
267A Edward Logue 

Miss Minnie A. Brownrig 
267B George C. Rltchot 

Harry H. Roche 
269 John F. Bennett, druggist 

(rear) Bert C Hight 



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278 



284 



272, 274 Goldberg & Katy, 
274*6 Mrs. Nellie Martin 

William Green 

Chin Sing:, laundry 

H. W. Straw & Son, plumbers 

James H. Kiley 

Albert Bragg 

William O. Warren 
284^ John A. Doherty 

Albert C. Pine 

Orln F. Bobbins 
286A David P. Perkins 

Dr. Ernest F. MacVane 
286B William C. Hall 

Warren L. Pray 
288 Miss F. Ella Bradley 

Benjamin F. Davis 
Marie terrace 

Hubert S. Greene 

John D. Williams 

Frank M. Darling 

Dr. William Cammett, h and o 

Dr. John W. Connellan 

Mrs. M. Lillian Craig 
302, 304 Hampshire street 

306 Dr. John T. Palmer, h and o . 
312 Dr. Clarence A. Baker, h and o 
316 Miss May CoJson 
318, 320 George C. Frye, drugs 
318ADr. Ellas Caplan, o 
322, 324 Franklin street 



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292 
294 

296 

300 



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Pearl street 

366 R. D. Libby, laundry 

368 Ward Three ward rooms 

370 R. D. Libby, laundry 

372, 374 T. F. Foss & Sons, furniture 

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376 Ladder No. 1 

Chief P. F. D. 
380, 382 Steam Fire Engine No. 5 
384, 386 P. F. D. store room 

Market street 
388 Winfield S. Cox, shoes 



269 (rear) David Rosenberg 
273 Granville Hodgdon 

Mrs. Frances H. Billings 

Dr. Arthur W. White, o 

(rear) Joseph E. Burns 

Mrs. Hattie E. Dukeshlr* 
275 (rear) Vacant 
277 James Cunningham 
279 Rev. Joseph B. Shepherd 
283 St. Paul's church 
285, 287 Locust street 
289 Dr. Fred M. Smith, h and o 
291 Edgar A. Whitney, grocer 
293 Edgar A. Whitney 
305 Kavanagh School 
307 Rt. Rev. Louis S. Walsh 
309 Harry W. Hanagan, barber 

Arthur M. Goodrich, laundry 
311 Benjamin F. Tarbox, lodging h 
313 Benjamin F. Norris, lodging h 
315 A. Farris, dry goods 
317 Seth K. Ames, grocer 
319 Mrs. Marion P. Gould 
321 Mrs. Mattie E. Higgins 
323 John G. Sawyer, confectionery 

Franklin street 
325 Murphy Bros., drugs 

Charles Clement 
325A Frank R. Gregory 

Henry W. Thaxter 

Charles Kidd 

William E. Reeves 

Mrs. Maud L. Frost 
327 Shoukry S. Batlouney, dry goods 
327AMrs. Mary J. Woods 

John Can a van 

William J. Brown 

Arthur MacVane 

Miss Eva E. Carter 

Mrs. Katherine B. Scott 

Miss Rae Wilson 

Mrs. N. iB. Chase 

Winfield S. Cox, shoes 

Arthur R. Chase 

Dr. John L. Davis, h and o 
Qnincy street 

Isaac W. Leighton, boarding h 

Mrs. Kitty Leverage 

D. K. Maoris, confectionery 

Mrs. M. E. T. Clarke, lodging h 

Nahume Littlefield 

Mrs. Hattie E. Bishop, lodging h 

349 Wilmot street 

First Baptist church 

Harris J. Newman 

Dr. Marlon A. Webber 

Frederick C Ross, boarding h 

Dr. Charles M. Leighton, h and o 

369 Pearl street 
371-375 Second Paris<h church 
379 George F. Soule, confectionery 
379^. Misses McDonough, dressmkrs 

"Socialist Hall 
381 A. A. Lane, boots and shoes 
381 */£ The Allen Co.. newsstand 

Chapel street 
383 Arthur H. Marden. boots and 
shoes 

George W. Barbour, jeweler 



329 
331 



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337 
341 
343 
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RIGHT SIDE. 



CJ90 Grenville M. Donham, publisher 
James H. McCann, lawyer 
Frank I. Moore, lawyer 
Irving E. Vernon, lawyer 
The Prudential Ins. Co. of America 
Gray's Portland Business College 

3H2 Equitable Life Assurance Society 
Exchange street 

396 Portland National Bank 

Union Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 
Drummond & Drummond, lawyers 
Gardiner M. Parker, jr, lawyer 
Henry A. Peabody, lawyer 
Clarence W. Peabody, lawyer 
Wilford G. Chapman, lawyer 
William H. Loo»iey, lawyer 
Fred V. Matthews, lawyer 
Eben Winthrop Freeman, lawyer 
Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., o 

404 Knowles & Lappen, barbers 

404 V 2 Robert H. Brown 

"Edgar H. Dill 
Derwood C. Adams 
406 The Enemark Co., shoe repairing 

405 The Sulkowitch Jewelry Co. 
4 10 Joseph Kramer, tailor 

4 12 Jacob Schiebe, tailor 

412 1 /& Hodgkins employment office 

Mrs. Linnie A. Allen 

Miss Hattie Blake 
414 Harry Rosenthal, boots and shoes 



416 
418 



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426 
428 
430 



John J. 

Vacant 
418A Congress Loan Co. 
4 20 Edmund J. Young, stationery 

Miss A. E. Barnes, milliner 

T. P. McGowan. ticket agent 
4 20Vfc The Congress Theatre 
422 Harry Shur, fruit 

Dennison & Partridge, provisions 
Temple street 

Charles T. Barber, library 

F. W. Cunningham & Sons, con- 
tractors 
413A Joseph Nemser, watchmaker 
432 Harry Miller, fruit 
432A Underwood Spring Corp., mineral 
water 

George T. Edwards Real Estate 
Co. 
434 The New Chase House 
434AGeza Seemayer, rsnt 
4 36 Moses Laham, fruit 
438 Max M. Bernstein, pawnbroker 

Charles Cafalones, bootblack 
4 40 Max Oranasky, ooots and shoes 



3S5 G. L. Hill & Co., employment o 
Paine & Co., real estate 
Edgar H. Paine, music teacher 
Charles L. Williams, rms 
Jas. W. Taylor, real estate 
Portland Window Sign Cleaning 

Co. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Groves, chiropodist 
Miss Mary Z. Burns, dressmaker 
Anaconda Loan Co. 
New York Cleansing, Pressing & 
Repairing Co. 
387 Heseltine & Tuttle Co., drugs 

Myrtle street 
389-405 City Building 

Chestnut street 
411 Joel C. Leighton, confectionery 
413 Temple Wall Paper Co. 
415 Masonic Temple 

Walter H. Witham, physician, 

rm 204 
Bankers' Audit Co., accountants, 

rm 206 
Charles P. Hatch, bonds, rm 206 
Dennis A. Meagher, lawyer, rm 206 
Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York, 

rms 207-212 
State Bureau of Development and 

Publicity, rm 317 
Gurney, Sturgis & Chaplin, law- 
yers, rm 323 
• John J. Goody, lawyer,, rm 324 
Thomas A. Sanders, lawyer, rm 
324 
Sumner W. Johnson, city consta- 
ble, rm 324 
William H. Murray, lawyer, rm 436 
Albert E. Anderson, lawyer, rm 

436 
Philip Hanson, lawyer, rm 436 
Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co.. 

rm 546 
The John Hancock Mutual Life 

Ins. Co., rm 549 
Northern Mercantile Co.. rm 550 
Marshall R. Goding, public auditor, 

rm653 
U. S. Local Inspector of Steam 
Vessels, rm 662 
417 Vacant 
419 John E. Greene & Co., boots and 

shoes 
425, 427 First Parish church 

Farrlngton place 
431 Olive B. Pollard, bakery 
433 Libby & Dudley, grocers 
(rear) Chadwick House 
437 Van Amburg's Lunch 
439 Dr. Joseph C. Doughty, dentist 
John H. Strange, barber 
Dr. Frank M. Chipman, dentist 
A. W. Eustis Co., millinery 
O. T. Hodsdon, janitor 
Great Council of Me., I. O. R. M.. o 
Dr. James H. Hunklns 
Harrison T Whipple, real estate 
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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE 



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455 
457 



459 
461 
463 



465 



Elm street 

451 Portland Railroad Co., o 
453 J. "W. Peterson, newsdealer 
453% Dr. Herman R. Hall, dentist, rm 6 
Dr. Joseph P. Bodge, o 
Guy W. Davis, agt 
Thatcher Post, No. Ill, G. A. R. 
Dean Bros., boots and shoes 
Morgan Bros., wall papers 
457% Dr. Joseph M. Strout, dentist 

Shalit Bros. & Markson, clothing 
Charles Sherry, barber 
Mystic Hall 

McKenney Jewelry Co. 
George E. Sawyer, confectionery 
C. H. Guppy Co., drugs 
463A Elite Clothing Co. 

Calvin S. Dane, architect 

Soda Shop Co. 

William H. Vickerson, floor layer, 

rm 101 
Sagamore Insurance Co., rm 102 
Wrenn Bros. & Co:, stocks, rms 

103-105 
Charles H. Holland, barber, rm 201 
F. C. Scribner Co., loans, rm 203 
Prudential Insurance Co., rms 204, 

205 
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

rms 206, 207 
Henry A. Rackleff, real est., rm 

207 
Levi M. Bailev, real est., rms 209, 

210 
W. W. Griffin, real est., rms 209, 

210 
Jackson & Forrestall, plasterers, 

rm 214 
Peerless Casualty Co.,- o, rm 214 
Elliot-Fisher Co, rm 214 
Llewellyn H. Hapgood, ins., rm 

214 
James P. Butler Co., real estate, 

rm 301 
R. A. Wortih & Co. 

301 
W. A. McPherson 
Co., rms 302-303 
Dr. John F. Howland, dentist, rms 

305-307 
Dr. Carlton B. Leighton. dentist, 

rjn 304 
E. Baldwin Hammett, o, rm 308 
C B. Holt Optical Co., o, rms 401- 

402 
Abraham Goodside, real 

rm 403 
Maine Realty Bureau, o, rms 404- 

405 
Yarmouth Manufacturing Co., o, 

rms 404-405 
Odlin & Odlin. real estate, rms 

406-407 
Perfectine Mfg. Co., rm 406 
W. E. Greene Film Exchange, rms 

410-411 
Miller & Mayo, architects, rms 501- 

502 
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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

CONGRESS STREET — Continued. 

465 George A. Fernald & Co., brokers, 

rm 506 
B. G. Couri, jeweler, rm 507 
George M. Seiders, lawyer, rms 

509-511 
Ernest M. White, lawyer, rms 509- 

511 
Frederic J. Laugh] in, lawyer, rms 

509-511 
Michael T. O'Brien, lawyer, rm 601 
Winthrop N. Burgess, ins., rm 601 
George W. Blanchard & Son Co., 

lumber, rm 603 
Maurice F. Blanohard, lumber, rm 

603 
Frederick "W. Graham, bonds, rms 

604-605 
Fred M. Smith, rm 605 
Pillsbury Flour Mills Co., rm 606 
John O. Rice Audit Co., rm 607 
Phoenix Insurance Co., rm 608 
Gellerson Lumber Co., o, rm 610 
Gerrlsh & Rosen, tailors, rms 611- 

612 
Miss Julia B. Coyne, chiropodist, 

rm 614 
Provident Life & Trust Co., o, rms 

701-702 
Walter I. Woodman, o, rm 703 
Carroll B. Skillin, lawyer, rms 703- 

704 
Johnson Inkwell Co., o, rms 703- 

704 
Mortimer Film Cleaner Co., o, rms 

703-704 
Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co., rms 

705-707 
B. G. & C. M. March, ins agts, rms 

705-707 
Tyson, Weare & Marshall Co., gen. 

contractors, rm 709 
Austin W. Pease, architect, rm 710 
George B. Merrill, civil engineer, 

rm 713 
Maine Oxypathor Co., rm 714 
Frederick L. Jerris, lawyer, rm 

801 
v Mechanics Loan & Building Assn., 

rm 801 
Percy F. Keating. Vice-Consul for 

Norway, rm 801 
John B. Keating, British Vice-Con- 
sul, fm 802 
Consolidated Broken Stone & 

Gravel Co., rm 803 
Dalton & Co., real estate, rm 803 
The Marrett Lumber Co., o, rm 

Shaleurs Bay Mills, o, rm 804 
James E. Marrett, Consul for 

Uruguay, rm 805 
Paris Flouring Co., o. rms S06-807 
Edward A. Merriman, real estate, 

rm 808 
Burroughs Adding Machine Co., o. 

rms 809-810 
Frank E. Irwin, lumber, rm 811 
Miss Eva G. Curtis, public stenog.. 

rm 812 



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470. 472 Haskell & Jones Co., clothing 465 Everett A 



UIGHT SIDE. 






,• 474 Loring, Short & Harmon, 
and stationery 

476 Center street 



books 



478 S. S. Kresge, variety 
478% Maine Dental Supply Co. 

William H. Gibbons, barber 
Greene & Kelso, employment 

agency 
N. T. Worthley, jr., optician 
Francis W. Redlon, dentist 
Walter L. Foster, dentist 
Seeley Advertising Co. 
480 S. S. Kresge, variety 
482-484 Oren Hooper's Sons, furniture 
486 I. F. Lord & Son, confectionery 
492-496 Eastman Bros. & Bancroft, 

dry goods 
4 96% Leonard C. Young, tailor 
Edwin A. Gray, agt, rm 1 
Chandler's Band rms 
Farr Bros., barbers 
498 Eastman Bros. & Bancroft 
goods 

Brown street 
500 Coffin Bros., clothing 
502 William N. Cross, engraver 

William N. Chenery, jewelers' 

supplies, rm 3 
Dr. James H. Spear, dentist 
George J. Elliott, mfg jeweler 
Original Importing Co., rm 7 
George A. Quimby, music teacher, 
rm 8 
504 Coffin Bros., s 
506 Wendell Kirsch, cigars, etc. 
506% Puritan Club 
Charles Davis 
Miss Belle Plummer 
William P. Foley, cleanser 
John B. Pellerin, barber 
508 Holmes Shoe Co. 
510 George Stavroplos, bootblack 

Gem Jewelry Co. 
510% Cash Millinery Store 
Caine Optical Co. 
John W. Goman, hat repairer 
512 Ansel M. Spofford, jeweler 

Mrs. Mary J. Lawless, milliner 
(rear) Foster, Avery Co., sh 
514 James H. O'Brion, dentist 
Robert B. Swift, optician 
Henry W. Varney, musician 
Sons of Veterans, Shepley Camp, 

No. 4 
Sons of St. George, Longfellow 

Lodge, No. 14 
George Washington Council, No. 3 
United Order of American Me- 
c Ti 8. n I f* s 

Junior Sons of Veterans, Shepley 
Camp, No. 11 
616 Foster, Avery Co., clothiers 



dry 467 



473 
475 
477 
479 
481 
485 
487 



White, bonds, rm 813 
Miss L. M. Hawkes, stenog., rm 

814 
State Loan Co., rms 901-902 
Symonds, Snow, Cook & Hutchin- 
son, lawyers, rm 903 
Carl R. Parker, landscape archi- 
tect, rm 910 
B. M. Clough, real estate, rm 912 
A. T. Maxim, real estate, rm 912 
John H. Pierce, lawyer, rms 913- 

Frank H. Purinton, lawyer, rms 

9 lo-914 
John R. Locke, lawyer, rms 913- 

914 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., rms 

1001-1004 
George S. McKennev, hosLery, 

rm 1005 
Carroll L. Beedy, lawyer, rm 1006 
Ellis Speare, jr., lawyer, rm 1006 
Grand Lodge K. of P., o, rm 1007 
H. P. Gardner, lumber, rm 1009 
Royal Remedy Co., rm 1010 
Mason Mfg. Co., rms 1010-1011 
Home Life Insurance Co., o, rms 

1013-1014 
Fidelity Trust Co. 

Preble street 
T. F. Foss & Sons, furniture, etc 
Preble House 

Preble House (ladies' entr) 
Portland Savings Bank, branch 
Keith's Theatre 

Maine Historical Society Library 
Longfellow Mansion 
487% The Elite Ladies' Lunch 
489 Smith & Broe, druggists 
491 Lane Bros., boots and shoes 
401% Hibernian Hall 

American Dairy Lunch 
493 Thomas Smilev, fancy goods 
493% Watson & Affleck, clothing 
495 George E. Sawver, confectionery 
495% New York Millinery Co. 
497 Fessenden News Co. 
Brown street 
499 L. A. Gould, fancy goods 
499% Warren E. Bryant, dentist, rm 2 
Dr. Cecil P. Brown, dentist, rm 2 
National Jewelry Co., rm 5 
George F. Walker, agt., rm 6 
Ethel M. Flye, millinery, rm 8 
A. R. Frank, music teacher, rm 10 
David E. Fisher, violinist, rm 11 
I. O. R. M. Hall 
Army & Navy Union rms 
501 Arthur G. Spear, druggist 
503 J. A. Merrill & Co., jewelers 
505, 507 Owen, Moore & Co., fancy 

goods 
507% Horace E. Mills, piano tuner 

Nahum I. Thomas, piano tuner, 
rm 2 

Greely, piano tuner, 



Bernard L. 

rm 2 
Charles F. 

rm 2 



Jones, piano tuneT, 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

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513 
515 



517 
519 



521 



LEFT SIDE. 

CONGRESS STREET— Continued. 
518 Carle's Hair Store 
518 % Stephen E. Mathews, photog- 
rapher 
Reginald Carles, costumer 
520 Hub Clothing Co., clothing 

(rear) Vacant 
.",22-534 Porteous, Mitchell & Braun 

Co., dry goods 
534 Cressy & Allen, pianos 

E. F. iSoule Co., milliners 
536 Henry F. Fitzgerald, fancy goods 
536A Alfred W. Whitney, wall paper, 
rm 1 
Harold L. Smith, dentist, rm 2 
Dr. Robert G. Fickett, dentist, rm 

2 
E. H. Severy, agt., rm 5 
Rossetter Real Estate & Loan 

Co., rm 8 
William D. Sawyer, rm 9 
Willard Mayberry, music teacher, 

rm 12 
Clarity Sisters, corsets, rms 14-19 
Maine Sunday School Ass'n, rm 16 
Blair & Swett, millinery, rms 15 

and 20-21 
Miss Florence M. Blake, millin- 
ery, rm 28 
Mrs. L. H. Dennis & Co., em- 

broiderery, rms 17-18 
Mrs. Nellie J. Kelley, chiropodist, 

rm 27 
Dr. Fred J. Chip-man, dentist, rms 

31-32 
William L. Merrill, dentist, rms 

31-32 
Dr. Giles C. Grant, dentist, rms 

33-34 
Frank M- Churchill, architect, 

rms 36-37 
Boston Brokerage Co., rms 40, 41 
538 Lewsen-Asbury Co., cloaks 
540-542 C. S. Woolworth & Co., va- 
riety 
542^ Percival B. Rolfe, com mer, rm 2 
Arthur L. Proctor, photographer 
Israel Albert, clothing, rm 1 
Miss Caroline C Andrews, millin- 
ery, rm 3 
Mads M. Nansen, tailor, rm 5 
W. H. Roberts, dentist, rm 7 
Thomas G. Ring, rm 31 
Howard C. Shaw 
J. Edward Skillin, rm 37 
Warren S. Quint, carpenter, rm 42 
John H. Osgood, rm 44 
Fred S. Macomber, rm 45 
Hazen Perry, rm 47 
Mark Cummings, photo studio, 

rm 51 
J. Frank Nagle, rm 52 
Charles E. Haskell, barber, rm 53 
Mrs. Julia Mathews, rm 54 
544 Edward M. Hutchinson, boots and 

shoes 
544^4 Speros Tomaras, bootblack 
546 W. L. Douglass Shoe Co., s 
546% Richner & Sanborn, mfg Jewelers 
A. H. Wentworth, optometrist 



RIGHT SIDE. 



507% MelvUle C. Milliken, music teach- 
er, rm 2 
Charles T. Stevens, dentist, rm 3 
Ira C. Stockbridge. pianos, rms 
7-8 
... Shaw Business College 

wt 1 ™ F l D v F olsom Co - dr >' e°°d8 
511% Merchants' Loan Co., rm 2 
John S. Russell, rm 3 
Associated Charities, rm 3 
Mrs Annie L. Sherman, chiropo- 
dist, rm 8 
The Little Fur Shop, rm 9 
The L. A. Hinds Advertising 

Agency, rm 10 
Mercantile Service Co., rm 11 
Arthur MacVane, dentist 
George T. Springer, jeweler 
Anson M. Perl«y, men's furnish 
ings 
515% Flannery Co., millinery 

Thorne Studio, photographers 
M. Steinert & Sons Co., pianos 
Mechanics Hall 
M. C. Mechanic's Library 
Wallace E. Easton, optician 
George T. Wilson, dancing teacher 
Carter Bros. Co., jewelers 
Casco street 
529-535 Rines Bros. Co., dry goods 
537 Miss Lillian Hollev. millinerv, 
rm 3 
Mrs. Fred M. Flint, millinerv, 

rm 7 
The Misses Sheehan, millinerv, 

rm 8 
Mooers & Harmon, millinery, rm 

9 
Mrs. A. M. Roberts, millinery, rm 

11 
Miss Amanda B. Warren, rm 14 
L. Karl Erlick, hair dresser 
Howard R. Stevens, music teach- 
er, ran 18 
U. S. Engineer, o, rms 21-26 
Frank Burnham, rm 27 
Maine Viavi Co., medicines, rm 31 
McDowell & Black Shoe Co., s 
Palmer Shoe Co., s 
J. E. Palmer Co., millinery 

Tolman place 
F. N. Calderwood, bakery 
George S. Owen, art store 
Edward S. Waite, jeweler 
547A A. D. Witham Co., millinery, rm 1 
Dr. George M. Emery, chiropodist, 

rm 2 
Mrs. Lizzie M. Emery, toilet par- 
lors, rm 2 
Mrs. Hannah L. Chase, milliner. 

rm 3 
Miss Sadie J. Vaughan, millinery, 

nm 3 
Portland Amusement Supply Co., 

rm 4 
Portland School of Motography, 



539 
541 
543 

545 

547 



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549 
551 



553 



LEFT SIDE. 

CONGRESS STREET- 

546% George E. Brown, decorator and 

costumer 
United Spanish War Veterans 
548 George S. Waterhouse, millinery 
548% Dr. A. Leslie Leighton, dentist, 

rra 1 
Somes & Buckley, optometrists, 

rm 1 
Warren D. Leighton, optometrist, 

rm 1 
Dr. Austin Tenney, oculist, rm 2 
Dr. Edward B. Lockwood, dentist, 

rm 3 
Portland Dental Mfg Co., rm 8 
Benjamin F. Davenport, tailor 
Roberts Studio, rm 11 
550 Columbia Phonograph Co. 

Oak street 
554-560 J. R. Libby Co., dry goods 
562 Baxter Building 

Flaherty Bros., plasterers, base- 
ment 
International Correspondence 

School, o, rm 202 
Frank H. Sherry, hairdresser, rms 

205-206 
Mrs. Melissa R. Beacham, millin- 
ery, rm 207 
Maine & New Hampshire Granite 

Corp., rms 301-304 
North Jay White Granite Co., rms 

301-304 
Swanton C Whitmore, shoes, rm 

305 
Lincoln Club, rms 307-308 
Miss Alice Cole, manicure, rm 401 
E. S. Pendexter, optician, rm 402 
S. E. & A. M. Grindal, millinery, 

rm 404 
Nathan O. Reynolds, silks, rm 406 
Miss Florence A. Parker, rm 414 
Bieknell Mfg. Co., picture frames, 

rm 416 
Miss Clara G. MacMann, millin- 
ery, rm 417 
Christian Science reading rm, 502 
562 Joseph B. Kahili, artist, rms 506- 

507 
Wilfred E. Cole, music teacher, rm 

511 
Republican City Committee, rm 

513 
Rogers & Stevens, dry goods, rm 

514 
Orcutt Train Stop Co., rm 516 
Frank L. Rankin, music teacher, 

rms 601-607 
Frederick C. Kennedy, music 

teacher, rm 608 
Odd Fellows Hall 
566 Vacant, s 

568 Hav & Peabody, undertakers 
570 Irving A. Libbey, cigars, etc 
570% Direct Importing Co., teas, rm 1 
John D. Carrigan, tailor, rm 4 
Dyer Sample Shoe Co., rms 2-5 
Miss Blanche Carman, rm 7 
Wallace W. Lord, rm 16 
Churchill Mfg. Co.. plaiting, rm 10 



RIGHT SID 10. 



547A Herman L. Greenberg, tailor, rm 
14 
Mrs. Elva D. Crocker, toilet par- 
lors, rm 16 
^McCarthy & Welsman Co., tailors, 
rm 18 
Deering & Ellis, real estate, rm 

20 
Francis A. Murphy, Insurance 

agent, rm 20 
Albert E. Cornish, tailor, rm 22 
Walter Fenley, photographer, rm 

28 
Charles D. Moses, watchmaker, 

rm 29 
Weisberg & Goldberg, ladies tail- 
ors, rm 31 
John F. Gould, artists' supplies 
S. Bernstein & Co., jewelers 

Oak street 
The Miley Co., gloves, etc 
553% Dr. Franklin O. Cobb, dentist 
Mrs. M. J. Cousins, dressmaker 
Miss Bessie M. Oliver, dressmaker 
555, 557 Steam Fire Engine, No. 1 
559 Flaherty & Coyne, clothing 
559% Orville C. Voter, photographer 
John C. Bohnson, dentist 
The Mohawk Club 
The Roll-away Skate Co., rink 
Green Bros. Co., variety 
Mrs. Sarah J. Dennett, florist 
E. L. Watkins & Co. 
5 63% Vacant, o 

565 Morris Kaufman, ladies' tailor 
565% Joseph A. Craig, danoing acad- 
emy 
Big Nickel Theater 
Fred G. Cordes, restaurant 
567 The Smoke Shop 

National Purchasers' Association, 
advertising 
567% Welch Printing Co. 

Fred G. Cordes, restaurant 
569 Deering Ice Cream Co., confec- 
tionery 
571 Puritan Clothing Co., clothing 
571% George P. Cornish, tailor 

Roland B. Hunt, photographic 
supplies 
573 William V. Barnstone, jeweler 
573% Canney Toilet Parlors 

Dr. Thomas F. Greeley, den List 
Herman C. Nelson, tailor 
Simmons & Hammond, drugs 

Forest avenne 
Congress Square Hotel 
Clark & Friend Co., furnishings 
585-587 George C. Shaw Co., grocers 
587% Frank F. Adams, .photographer 
589 George C. Shaw Co., grocers 
589% Dr. John C. McCrillis. dentist 

Mjss Mary J. Driscoll, dressmkr 

Louis H. Schlosberg, furs 

Thomas E. Moore, butter & eggs 

Anson Van Amburg, restaurant 

Vacant 

Enemark Co., shoe repairers 

Arthur G. Alden, photographer 



561 
563 



575 



579 
583 



591 

593 

595 
597 



IVFW FTVfmf AlVn Manufacturers of Highest Grade 
r*UW EjUUliiiniJ SHQW CASES| STORE, BANK 

CABINET WORKS and office fixtures 



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CONGiRKSS STR 

570 Vi. Aimer R. Verrill, rm 21 
572 Meroier's Meat Market 
574 Libby & Ohipman, grocers 
57414 Arthur G. Davis, barber 

Eben G. Delano, tailor 

Joseph C. Heaps 
576 J. W. Deering & Son, grocers 
576*/£ Thomas G. Heald, tailor 

William A. Snovvdon 
578 John P. Welch, barber 

Dr. Dennis J. O'Brion, o 
580 Granville H. Cloyes, provisions 
58 2 Seth K. Ames, grocer 
584 Aaron Dalton, fruit 
584AF. S. Fountain, tailor 

John H. Kaveny, tailor 

Chauffeurs Club 
586 Charles J. Pennell & Co., provis- 
ions 
6S6V6 Marston W. Orne, cigars 
588 Hen Lee, laundry 
590 Clnquini, Sollitto & Co., fruit 
592 C. H. & A. L. Skinner, tailors 
5!i4-598 John Williamson, drugs 
Free sircet 
High street 
602 Palatial Polishing Parlors 
604 Dr. J. B. O'Neil, o 

Dr. Frank A. Haydcn 

John Kelley 

Clarence W. Small 

Dr. Henry P. Merrill, o 

Mrs. Ellena A. Fowle 

Robert W. Jones 

Mrs. Margaret E. Lynch 

George Morrill 

Martin E. Cuskley 

John W. Scott 
606 Charles A. Sullivan 
608 Abner W. Lowell, stationery and 

art 
C10 Dr. Joseph B. Drummond, o 

Dr. Alfred King, o 

Mrs. Marquis F. King 
612 Dr. Charles A. Eaton, h and o 
616, 618 First Free Baptist church 
622 Mrs. James A. Tenney 

Dr. Charles O. Caswell, o 

Dr. W. Bean Moulton, h and o 
624 Dr. Arthur A. Smith, h and o 
626 Auto Sales and Supply Co. 
626A The Marshall Apartments 
628 Louis Waxman, tailor 
630 Darling Automobile Co. 
630A Vacant 
632 
634 
636 
638 
640 



642 
644 

646 



650 



Lewandos, cleansers 

Speros Tomaras, shoe shining prlr 

John H. Hammond, confectionery 

Lafayette Hotel 

John H. Hammond, drugs 

Park Street 
F. A. Nickerson Co., automobiles 
Vacant, s 
George W. Frothingham, boots 

and shoes 
Mitchell Bros., boot & shoe mfrs 

Congress Park 
Dr. Thomas F. Conneen, h and o 



627 



629 
629 
631 
633 



RIGHT SIDE. 
BET — Continued. 

599 Dr. James E. Keating o 
601 Mrs. Glencora M. Huston 

High street 
603 Misses Libby 
605 Charles F. Libby 
609 English Tea Rooms 
611 Herman J. Dyer, pictures 
615 John W. Minott Co., florist 
617 Orland Smith 
619-623 Public Library Building 
Maine Genealogical Society 
Dr. James A. Spalding, h and o 
Kotschmar Hall 
Casco Theatre 
Louis Argirion, fruit 
V 2 Durand Corset Parlors 
Portland Flower Store 
The Somerset 

Simmons & Hammond, drugs 
Miss Jane M. Hayes, manicure, 

rm 17 
Joseph A. Belehner, dentist, rm 

100 
Dr. Seth B. Hilborn, dentist, rm 

101 
Dr. William ,E. Hilborn, dentist, 

rm 101 
Dr. Sophronia T. Rosebrook, os- 

teopathist, rm 107 
Dr. Louise M. Bagley, rm 107 
Margaret E. Fox, embroidery par- 
lor, rm 115 
Dr. Florence A. Covey, osteopath- 

ist, rm 400 
Miss Helen L. Farnham, millin- 
ery, rm 407 
Miss Annie McGovern, manicure, 

rm 501 
Ayers & Willard, toilet parlors, 

rm 506 
Miss Liza A. McQuillian, dress- 
ma ker, rm 507 
Mrs. Helen A. Alio, rm 512 



635 
639 

641 
643 

647 
649 
651 
6 5 3 
653 
655 



Vacant 

Mrs. Annie T. Davis 
Davis plaee 

F. J. Gagnon, barber 
, 645 Columbia Hotel 
The Canadian Fur Co. 
Miss Louise M. Griffith, millinery 
W. L. Wilson & Co., grocers 
Edward L. Foss, drugs 
Y 2 Vacant 

New Baxter Building 

Fred S. Pine, bowling 

William L. MacVane, dentist, rm 

201 
Miss Katherine Murray, me- 

chanotherapist, rm 203 
Miss Mary A. Knowles, millinery, 

rm 205 
James P. Baxter, rms 206, 207 
Percival P. Baxter, lawyer, rm 

208 
Alice J. Swan, electric treatment, 

rm 209 
Saco Valley Canning Co., rm 211 
N. H. Coleman <Sr Sons, rm 212 



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£ g congress STREET-Continued RIGHT SIDE 

^ fc 655 C1 "ftt, Peabody & Co., ehirts, rm 

5 © Gr 2 a 1 n 6 d Union Tea Co-. O rms 215. 

Mrs^ Edna Bishop, dressmaker, 
H ~ rm z z U 

5 Abbott & Cleaves, wholesale lum- 

k. *^ ber, rm 226 

* : Pe s t of. &, Iff lson ' ,al,or ' r ™ 

Mrs Rose Decombe Cook, derma- 
tologist, rm 303 
5 /\ Dr - Walter S. Coleman, dentist 



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rm 304 Coleman, dentist. 

Dr. Alfred Mitchell, jr., rm 306 
S /H Ml ? s Katl ^een L. Crabbe, hair- 

ed V^/ dresser, rm 309 

t, -9 Brackett & Elwell, music studio 

5 7 rm 310 



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rm 312 



£ I— i K l n o? & R °P es > m ill supplies, rm 

o V^. 

I h^ O Dr - Viola D. Howe, osteopathist, 

r* W rms 401, 402 

© J Dr - Darius S. Roberts, dentist, 

fh # x rm 405 

'£ O Mrs - Helen E. Armstrong, dress- 

-h ^ maker, rm 406 

** — «. Dr. Estes Nichols, rm 409, h and o 

music teacher, 



2. John A. Siegers 



rm 420 



qj rf Miss Clara B. Murray, dress- 

2| .^ maker, rm 425 

7 - 4a I— Mrs. Florence A. Hunt, Christian 

q J^ Scientist, rm 501 

^h -^ Dr. George M. Whittey, osteo- 

Q nT pathist, rm 502 

. ._ Dr. Rupert S. Lovejoy, dentist, 

h ^ rm 503 

S -* Mrs. Flora P. Purington, mani- 

} © [L cure, rm 506 



^ Miss Louise Stevenson, music 

teacher, rm 517 
U m Dr. Albert E. Chittenden, osteo- 

O at pathist, rms 601, 602 

** « Miss Harriet E. Lamb, Lamb 

^ * treatment, rm 603 



Willard C. Kimball, music teacher, 
g rm 604 

C Dr. Mary W. Day, osteopathist, 



•5 rm 605 



Miss Henrietta D. Rice, rm 614 



_~ « Miss Charlotte Googins, dress- 

W h maker, rm 615 



Mrs. Mary L. Hanson, music 

teacher, rm 628 
Dr. Nathaniel M. Marshall, rm 701 
^J Dr. Gilman Davis, o. rm 704 

Dr. Alfred King, rm 709 
Mrs. Mary C. Barrett, Christian 
Frank C. Barrett, Christian 

Scientist, rm 711 
Bernard C. Graffam, dentist, rm 

712 
Dana W. Fellows, dentist, rm 712 

.Scientist, rm 711 



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RIGHT SIDE. 



652 
056 



060 

6 6 2 
666 
666 
672 
676 
684 

686 
6 90 

692 

61) 6 
698 

7U0 

702 
704 

710 
712 

714 
726 
730 
732 



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742 



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700 



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Mrs. Dora B. Tower 
Miss Abbie F. Carpenter 
Mrs. Hattie E. Trafton 
William R. Francis 
Charles I. Knight 
Mrs. Whitman Sawyer 
Dr. Alfred W. Haskell, o 
Dr. Barzillai B. Foster, o 
Brickett & Rand, newsdealers 
\. Charles A. Boothby, tailor 
674 Stale street 
678 Pine street 
Mrs. Hacker Davis, lodging- h 
(rear) Edward H. Foster's stable 
Vacant 

Dr. Luther A. Brown, h and o 
Dr. Owen Smith, h and o 
Franklin O. Cobb 
Charles H. Perley, h and o 
Dr. Francis J. Welch, h and o 
Charles A. Simmons 
Mrs. Alice C. Frazer 
Dr. Neil W. R. Straw, h and o 
Dr. Philip P. Thompson, h and o 
Dr. Fred S. Wood, h and o 
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen 
Franklin M. Lawrence 

Dow street 
Fred N. Dow 

Walker street 
Dr. John E. Gray, h and o 
Dr. John W. Bowers, h and o 
William McAleney 
Miss Henrietta Paine 
Dr. James L. McAleney, h and o 
Dr. Dexter J. Clough, h and o 
Louis F. Moreau 

Carleton street 
Mrs. Blanche Hutchinson 
Osborne L. Hamilton 
Archelaus Hunt 
Oscar F. Hunt 
Edgar E. Benson 
William H. Gulliver 
Dr. Philip H. S. Vaughn, h and o 

Neal street 
Miss Anna M. Sheean 
Jessie B. Allen 
Mrs. Carrie D. Drew 
Gardner B. Joyce 
Mrs. Julia V. Harmon 
Dr. Roland B. Moore, h and o 
Mrs. L. E. LcGrow 
William H. Wiggin 
Dr. F. W. Searle, h and o 
William E. S. Berry 
Miss Mary Morrill 
Miss Harriet E. Clarke 
Mrs. Ella C. Dunbar 
Mrs. Frances A. Andrews 
George G. Austin 
788 Monroe place 

Johnson H. Stover 
Mrs. Caroline G. Reeves 
Frank S. McDonald 
796 O. C. El well, grocer 
The R Optical Co. 
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Portland Club 
E. J. Harmon Co., florists 
Louis Parker, tailor 
Frank J. Bragdon, drugs 
Grand Union Tea Co. 

Avon street 
Albert W. Dyer, florist 
George Panges, fruit 
Abraham Warsaki, shoe 
St. Stephens church 

Vernon place 
Morrill & Ross, grocers 
Dr. Charles H. Hunt, h and o 
Dr. F. H. Gerrish, h and o 

O State street 
Mrs. Stephen H. Weeks 
Dr. Henry H. Brock, h and o 
Mrs. Sarah R. Rollins 
(rear) The W.hitman Sawyer Sta- 
ble Co., st 
Dr. George F. Westcott, 
veterinary surgeon 
Mrs. Anda O. Cummings 
Robert N. Adams 
Dr. Franklin A. Ferguson, h and o 
Mrs. Anna B. Tolford 
James H. Morris 
(rear) Private stable 
Dr. John H. Allen, h and o 
Dr. Irving E. Kimball, h and o 
Dr. E. Eugene Holt, h and a 
Mrs. Henry P. Gillise 
Mrs. Harriet Davis 
Dr. Henry A. Kelley, dentist 
Miss Harriet Farnham 
Miss Augusta M? Grindal 
Herbert C. Harrison 
William Hoage 
Dr. Harold J. Everett 
733 Mellen street 
Hiram T. Waterhouse 
Georere M. Bosworth. decorator 
Dr. George H. Tuttle, h and o 
Dr. Mayme K. Tuttle, h and o 
Mrs. Mehltable G. Kensell 
Daniel F. Emery, jr 
Albion Little 
Dr. Albion H. Little, h 
J. Henry Rines 
Thomas P. Shaw 
William M. Stephenson 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 
781A Edward H. Souviney, barber 
783 George E. Leteourneau. baker 
Rufus Lamson 
Charles C. Berry 
Mrs. Edith B. Brett 
Thomas C. Freeman, laundry 
Mrs. Lucinda Miller 
John C. Otis, drugs 
795 Deering and CumherlsMHl nvs 



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661 

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665 

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681 
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697 



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707 
709 

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William H. Colley 
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LEFT SIDE. 



CONGRESS STREET— Continued. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



804 

806 
808 
810 
812 

814 
816 
818 
822- 

838 



842 

844 

848 
852 
854 
856 
858 



920 
922 
924 

926 



930 



938 
940 
942 
944 



946 
948 



Nurses' Home, Eye and Ear In- 
firmary 
William E. Cullinan, undertaker 
Irving C. Rice 
Mrs. Mary Sprague 
Charles H. Goodwin 
William J. Cahoon 
Alfred A. Montgomery 
Miss Catherine E. Coyne 
Carroll W. Morrill 
!28 Ellsworth street 

James Dugan 
Charles J. Snow- 
John J. Curley 
Frank K. Barnes 
Cyrus M. Caswell 

Edward E. Beal 
Frank E. Davis 
Fred S. TwitcheM 
Andrew H. Pray 
Thomas C. Freeman 



Gilman street 

Tuttle Bros., grocers 

Mrs. Salome Allan 

Fred Crummett 

Fred J. Royles 

Ernest P. Johnson, restaurant 

Montgomery R. Hurd 

Albert A. Nickerson, tailor 

Frank H. Haney, printer 

Arthur J. Carbee, barber 



B Street 

Hurlburt Bros., drugs 
William E. Hurlburt 
George F. Kavanough, boots and 
shoes 

Vernon eourt 
Mrs. Mary J. McLaughlin 
Charles E. Howes, stoves, etc. 



811 Walter L. Corey 
813 John F. Liscomb 
817 Mrs. Eva N. Tukey 
819 Harry F. Libby 
823 Miss Julia M. Costelloe 
825 William Chamberlain 
827 Mrs. Mary E. Morgan 
829 Mrs. Mary L. Gerrish 

Joseph L. Churchill 
831 Frank H. Verrill 
841 Mrs. Elizabeth Covell 

Clyde Bickford 
845 John B. Kehoe 

Lewis A. Pierce 
849 The Weymouth 
851 Will H. Littlefleld 
853 WHlard F. Bachelder 
857 Edward P. Richards 
861 Henry G. Milliken 

William H. Barrett 

Miss Catherine G. Massev 
S65 Benjamin W. Stover 

Frank E. Meserve 

Weymouth street 
867 Church of Christ 
869 Mrs. Emma C. Canales 
871 Olga C. D. Nilsson 
873 John T. Keating 
875 Eugene P. Treworgy 
877A George W. Babb 

lEben G. Emerson 

John H. Strange 
879 Vacant 
881 The Auto 

883, 889 The Gilson Auto Co. 
893, 895 King Apartments 
891-897 West End Auto & Sales Co. 

garage 
901 Mrs. Jessie Richards 

Dr. George I. Geer, h and o 
Forest street 
909 Mrs. Nellie E. Nicholson 
911 Robert H. Solomon 
913 Mrs. Rachel M. Plummer 
919 Vacant 

Gilman street 
921 Frank H. Butler, millinery 
923 Lincoln Tuttle 
925 George W. Metcalf, rsnt 
927 Peter P. Bonfilio, fruit 
929 John E. Warren, library 
929AMrs. Ellen Flynn 

Dr. Charles L. Cragin. h and o 

Albert W. Foss, dentist 

Arthur J. Carbee 

William D. Foss 
931 John E. Warren, fancy goods 
931A Frank E. Robbins 

Valley street 
933 William B. Small 
933B Frank A. Jellison 
935 George Lebres 

Vacant, s 
937, 943 Jefferson Hotel 
945A Aaron H. Kenerson, barber 

George E. Letourneau, bakery 
947 Edward Harlow, rsnt 

Edward Harlow 



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956 
060 
974 
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1012 

1028 
1032, 

1H38 

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JL046 

1054, 

1058 



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1086 
1106 



1108 
1110 
1112 
1114 
1116 



1118 
1120 
1 122 

1121 



1 126 
1128 



1130 
1132 



1 134 
1 138 



1144 
1 1 50 

1 164 
1172 
1 171 



LEFT SIDE. 

CONGRESS STREET— Continued 
954 West End Hotel 
Frank H. Verrill, grocer 
958 St. John street 
.972 Union Station 
986 M. C. R. R. 

William J. Hieber, shoe repairer 
(rear) Coleman Wallace 

Walter Smith 
George F. Westcott 
George F. Westcott, vet hospital 
O Westfleld street 



RIGHT SIDh] 



947A Henry J. Lessard, cigars 
949 Conrad A. Warner 
951 Frank E. Brown, jewelry 
953 Henry J. Lessard, rsnt 
St. John street 
— M. C. R. R. Lobby 
971-983 M. C. R. R. 

995 
997 
999 



Lindley M. Webb 
1034 Frederic street 

George G. Mitchell 
Mrs. Caroline Steward 
George L. Downs 
Aleck Prete 
Arthur H. Garvin 
Chester C. Dolloff 
1056 Huntress street 
Frank O. Dearing 
Mrs. Alice Rollins 
Albert E. Pritchard 
Harry W. Cousins 
Richard Fogg 
George E. Bagley 
Cyrus Campbell 
Harry Hubbard 
William T. Howe 
West Portland M. E. church 
Hartley T. Wallace 
Alfred Duren 
Coleman Duran 
Frank J. Gallagher 
Roupe & Libby, variety 
Philip H. Manchester 
Thomas F. Connors 
Patrick Wallace 
Coleman Wallace 

Bristol street 
Patrick J. Donlan 
Edward Roma 
Henrv L. Starbird, grocer 
Henry L. Starbird 
Eli Roma 
Walter E. Boober 

Liberty street 
George T. Martelle 
Bainbridge F. Coffin 

Fowler street 
Mrs. Bridget J. Lydon 
Alexander J. Wilson 
Robert Miller 

Wood street 
Simon Cummings 
George W. Richards 

New Doudass street 
Woodbury B. Skillings 
Mrs. Sarah C Paige 
Glen C. Rich 

Dewer Rich & Son. stable 
Dewer Rich 
Edgar H. Bennett 
Vacant 
Vacant 

O Sewall street 

Davis street 
Vacant, s 
Libby's School 



Moses S. Green 

Mrs. Delia F. Mitchell 

Mrs. Marion Watson 

Alexander F. Archibald, gro< 
1001 Daniel T. Shaw 
1003 Samuel F. Hatch 

John Edward Warren 
1005 Edwin Sawyer 
1009, 1011 Hemlock street 
1013 Alexander F. Archibald 
1015 Harry J. Howarth 
1019 Walter F. Coffin 
1021 Miss Lizzie C. Fuller 
1025 Walter L. Melcher 

Freeman C. Stillings 
1029 Timothy D. Davis 
1033 Edwin C. Milliken 
1039 Mrs. Emilv L. Moores 

Westley H. Galbraith 
1043 West Congregational church 
1051 Vacant 
1053-1057 Lowell street 
1083, 1085 Burnham street 



1091 
1099 
1101 
1107 

1109 
1113 



1117 
1119 
1123 

1125 
1127 

1129 
1131 
1133 
1135 
1137 



1139 



1141 
1143 
1145 

1163 



1175 
1177 
1179 

1181 

1185 



John A. Wallstrom 

Miss Georgia A. Tibbetts 

Amos F. Noyes 

William T. Howe, grocer 

John B. Higgins, drugs 

Libby Corner 
Thomas J. Feeney 
(rear) Alfred McLellan 

William D. Bellefontaine 
Matthew J. Flaherty, grocer 
George D. Tucker 
George M. Rickett 
Charles H. Farr 
James T. Hurley 
John A. Grover 
Mrs. Catherine Phillips 
Coleman J. McDonough 
Charles A. Wayman 
Vacant 

Jabez M. Lane 
Fred M. Irish 
Sidney L. Smith 
Edward B. Clark 
Carl C. Hines 
Mrs. Mary A. FIckett 

O Douglass street 
Thomas Henry 
Clifford A. Moses 
Charles A. Philbrook 
Edgar H. Allen 
Edward M. Thomes 
Alfred H. Mitchell 

Manners avenue 
Benjamin L. Moore 
Fred O. Wood 
Martin S. O'Hare 

"Whitney avenue 

Francis street 
Mrs. Charles E. Bailey 



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LEFT SIDE. 






CONGRESS 


STREET — C 




Powsland street 




1190 


William J. Curran 
George E. Barbour, Jr. 


1221 


1200 


Mltton street 


1223 


1206 


Henry A. Southworth 




1208 


Walter E. Buzzell 

Lassell street 


1231 


1218 


John F. Proctor 


1233 


1260 


Joseph Taylor 


1235 




M. C. R. R. 


1235A 


1282 


Ralph W. O'Brien 




1290 


Vacant 


1237 


1296 


Ira H. Dresser 


1237A 


1302 


William F. Dresser 
Robert L. Meehan 


1239 


1304 


Oliver A. Jamieson 


1215 


1308 


Otis E. Libby 


1247 




Brewer street 


1249 


1312 


Lawrence P. Nielson 


1251 


1314 


Mrs. Mary E. Davis 


1253 




Ephraim E. Rollins 


1261 


1322 


Ralph W. Robinson 
Joseph A. Cochran 


1263 


1340 


Charles M. Talbot 


1299 




George W. Vose 


1307 




Stroudwater bridge 




1380. 


1382 Grange Hall 

Waldo street 






Willard School 


1385 




Westbrook street 


1389-1 


1436 


Robert E. Cleaves 


1397 


1442 


George IT. Chapman 
Samuel A. Chapman, seeds 


1403 


1450 


Miss Julia M. Maxfield 


1427 




Miss Emily F. Maxfield 


1431 




Garrison street 


1435 


1492 


Horatio Maxfield 


14 59 




(rear) Vacant 


1473 


1506 


Mrs. Ellen C. Johnson 


1477 




Elmer R. Baker 


1479 


1532 


Lewis B. Skillin, butcher 


1507 




Mrs. Lucy E. Libby 


1549 




Johnson street 


1625 


1700 


Mrs. Mary H. B. Foye 




— 


Westbrook line 


— 



RIGHT SID 10. 
Continued. 

Edward* street 

Edmund Derrah 

Mrs. Theodora B. Hudson 

James M. Hutchinson 

Bradley street 
Miles B. Mank 

Stevens avenue 
Zenas B. Osgood 
George W. Robbins 
Mrs. Sarah F. Knight 
Clifford H. Crocker 
Harry D. Allen 
J. Alton Emery 
Franklin White 
Weld S. Hagan 
Theodore Gould 
Freeman Gowen 
Butler W. Emerson 
Earle F. Whitcher 
Vacant 
Jediah Rines 
James G. Wentworth 

M. C. R. R. 
Alja F. Bean 
Mrs. Adeline H. Roberts 
Charles H. Emerson 

Frost street 

Stroud water bridge 
Fred J. Libby. blacksmith 
395 Andrew Hawes, grocer 
Quinby Hall 
Adelbert Baker, express 

Westbrook street 
Alpheus S. Leighton, butcher 
Mathias Bruns 
Mrs. Alonzo L. McPherson 
H^enry J. Hunt 
Fred A. Johnson, milk 
Walter C. Rosenblad 
Vacant 

(rear) Vacant 
Luther D. Tinkham 
George B. Leavitt 

"Westbrook line 



10, 12 Vacant 

16 Louis O. Olson 

18 Eugene W. Weeks 

22 George E. Sears 

— Ashmont street 



COTTAGE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Longfellow to 12 Ashmont. 

15 Frank C. Thornton 



Mrs. Delia M. Randall 



N.shmont street 



COTTON STREET. 

WARD 4. 
From 503 Fore to 34 Free. 



2 Timothy Concannon 



8, 10 Private stable 



Arthur L. Frame, blacksmith 

Mrs. Bridget Loftus 

Henry Couture 

Thomas C. Mulkern 

John Mulkern 

Timothy Conley 

Michael King 

Daniel Lyden 



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and Dyers 



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131 Woodford St. 
I 81 Forest Ave. 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



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LEFT SIDE. 

Michael Flaherty 
Mrs. Mary Stin&on 
Mrs. Mary Ducheno 
Charles Woodsome 
Michael Marcucci 
Louis Marcucci 



COTTON 



11 



22 


Anthony A. Frates 


13 




Mrs. Delia Frates 


19 


26 


Hubert E. Bouprey 
Gustarf Henrickson 




2S 


Philip Quinn 


21 


30 
:; 1 


Charles E. Lord, sh 
Samuel Libby, carpenter 
William Corcoran 


23 




Maurice Clancy 


25 


r,G 


Thomas J. Flaherty 






Mrs. Bridget E. Hart 


31 




(rear) Joseph L. Reid 


35 




Miss Margaret Cady 




:;s 


Cornelius O'Neil 


39 


-12 


Frances Cinquinni 




4 8 


Patrick O'Malley 


41 




Free street 


53 



RIGHT SILK. 
STREET — Continued. 

9 Thomas Jones 
William Butler 
George Burns 
Auto .Everett 
Mrs. Bridget McDonough 
Thomas H. McDonough 
James DeVaney 
Vacant 

Eugene M. Willman, painter 
James H. Shortill, carpenter 
Joseph Craig, plasterer 

Cotton street court 
Estate Thomas M. Lennon 
Fred S. Googins, carpenter 
William F. Hanson, carpenter 
29 Wildes & Osterberg, painters 
Stephen N. Rines, carpenter 
Globe Laundry Stables 
Miss Joanna E. Ladrigan 
Mrs. Mary Coyne 
William Flavin 
Mrs. Margaret Kaler 
John Ridge 
— Free street 



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COTTON STREET COURT. 
WARD 4. 
From 62 Cross to 19 Cotton. 
13 Vacant 






COVE STREET. 

WARD 2. 
From 45 Fox to 34 Gould. 

9 Mrs. Ann O'Neil 



Gould street 



13 


Michael Kane _ 




(rear) Patrick Powers 


17 


Edward Ourran 




Peter Kane 


21 


Cornelius S. O'Rourke 




(rear) William Morey 




Horace S. Verrill 




George Berry 


31 


James Linton 


33 


Lester McGowan 




Finkleman & Iseman, junk 


35 


Jep A. Kier 




(rear) Vacant 


65- 


— Gould street 



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Curtis J. Birkenmayer 
Holman M. Barnes 
Barrak C. Peabody 
Mrs. W. B. Drew 

50 Melrose street 

Leon A. Gray 
Seth W. Hersey 
Wilbur M. Rhodes 
J. Harris Pierce 
Willis C. Wyman 

94 Forest avenue 

106 Vacant 
Joseph A. Wright 
Vienna W. Colson 



CO YLE .STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Back bay across Forest avenue at 567, to 123 Beacon. 
27 Charles G. Briggs 



Frederick B. Marston 

-4 9 Melrose street 

Nathaniel W. Shaw 
Chester H. Pease 
Alpheus T. Simpson 



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LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 




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COVLE STREET — Continued. 




112 Dana L. Wthitney 


119 


Ernest A. Pressey 






Henry Dennis 








(rear) Fred L. Martin 








Charlie E. Cla 


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118 Frederick H. Randall 


123 


Everard Russ 




126 Merritt B. Coolidge 


127 


Mrs. Lizzie A. Davis 




134 Mrs. Virginia H. Soule 




Irving A. Avery 




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142 Frank L. Gray 




'Everett W. Sawyer 




150 Harold C. Furlong 


133 


Vacant 




CSI 


Thomas G. Heald 


139 


Ansel M. Spofford 




152, 154 Deering avenue 


149 


, 151 Deering avenue 




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160 Dr. Charles W. Foster, 


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164 Albert G. Sturdivant 








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Robert H. Smith 


171 


John W. Ellis 




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166 Albert C. Bragg 


173 


Frank L. Means 






Winfield A. Winslow 


175 


Herbert L. Bowen 




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172 Rev. Samuel Watson 




Prentiss N. Howard 




WATE 


176 Miss L. Isabel Harris 




Guy L. Cronkite 




Charles H. Burnell 








180-182 M. C. R. R. 


179 


181 M. C. B. R. 




190 J. Putnam Stevens 








PLUMBING 
AND HOT 
HEATING 


202 Mrs. Frederick H. Beals 


191 


Frank L. R. Gould 




206 Fred R. Farrington 


197 


William E. Chapin 




210 Edward P. Sinklnson 




John G. Walker 




212 Vacant 


203 


Asa P. Kimball 




214 Alfred B. Hutchinson 


207 


Isaac I. Elder 




218 William H. Coolbroth 


217 


Enrique I. Fox 




224 Fred R. Stuart 




Elmer E. Marston 






Mrs. Harriet S. Rideout 










228 — Beacon street 


227 


— Beaeon street 






CRAIGIE STREET. 




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22 Vacant 


19 
25 


Neal W. Allen 

John Howard Stevens 




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26 Charles. 




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2 Moses H. Sampson 


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E. Murray Graham 
John C. Otis 
Carroll H. Gleason 




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15 
19 


Arthur W. Hall 
Edwin G. Foster 
Edward B. Cummings 




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20, 22 Wescott street 


25 


Harold J. Burrowes 




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Harold R. Cummings 




28 Willis A. Paige 


-29 


Norris Z. Hall 




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John P. Callan 


31 


George W. Harrigan 






33 


Charles H. Ross 




32 Samuel Hadlock 


■ 37 


Miss Harriet O. Proctor 




*■— \ 


Frank L. Moore 




George H. Smardon 




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36 — Charles street 


3 9— 


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CROSBY STREET. 




NM 




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From 53 8 Stevens 


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• 


10 Ivory H. Maddox 


11 


St. Joseph Rectory 




12 Ethel A. Turner 




Rev. John W. Houlihan 




14 Joseph P. Douglass 










16 Percy F. Goodwin 


15 


J. Richard Moore 




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20 Albert E. Spear 


17 


Milton M. Watson 




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Charles H. Knight 


19 


Edward B. Crockett 




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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



115 



LEFT SIDE. 

CROSBY 

William P. Wallace 
George W. Hall 
Truman F. Maxim 
Mrs. Laura A. Dobson 
Mrs. Susan Wright 
William J. Gamage 



RIGHT SIDE. 



STREET — Continued. 



From 
Shaw, Hammond 



CROSS STREET. 

WARD 4. 
15 Commercial to 246 
Carney, 15, 17 E. 



Middle. 
E. Cutler Co. 



metal wkrs 



24 



flour 
Storage 

Fore street 

Boston and Portland Despatch Ex- 
press Co. 
George C. Jose, carpenter 
Albion H. Brown, painter 
Charles S. Libby, painter 
Frederick F. Breene, painter 
Hollivan & Parker, roofers 
Arnold Holden, horseshoer 
C. E. Odiorne Bottling Co., o and 
works 

Cotton street court 
Casco Paper Box Co., fac 
rs Hoyt-Tarbox Express Co., o 
American Express Co., st 
Walter Corey Co., storehouse 
Portland Trucking Co. 
Walter Corey Co., storehouse 
Spear Auto Co., s 
96 Walter Corey Co., storehouse 
100 Portland Tinware Co., o and 
factory 

Free street 



21 John B. Derry, carriage maker 
31 Acme Machine Co. 

O Fore street 

Mitchell & Co., furniture mfr 

Harry F. Greely, laundry 

The Richmond Mfg. Co., sheet 

metal workers 
53 Henry R. iStickney, machinist 
Portland Garage Co. 
James H. Gary, electrician 
57 Daniel Winslow & Son, machin- 
ists 
59 James H. Jackson, carpenter 
65 Irving W. Rowe, stable 
67 Henry W. Hanson, blacksmith 
69-73 Irving W. Rowe, stable 
75 Stone J. Fowler 
79 The Smith & Abbott Co., store 
81 John E. McBrady & Sons, sheet 

iron wkrs 
85 Quality Rug Works 
87 Blake & Wheeler, 

boots and shoes 
97 Vacant 
107 — Middle street 



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CUMBERLAND AVENUE. 

WARDS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 
From 16 Merrill to 11 Deering avenue. 



Alice Porter 
George E.' Frellick 
(rear) Harry A. Swasey 
Frederick L. Hatch 
Harry D. Easier 
George P. Ayer 
Fred A. Thorndike 
Forest F. Cole 
Charles Oerter, Jr. 

O Lafayette street 
Ralph J. McKnown 
John Fogg 
Gustuf F. Carlson 
Hiram Wolf 
Ralph Diamon 
Isaac Abrams 
William H. Norris 
David E. MacDonald 

North street 
Andrew H. Ward, sh 
George Reed 

John H. Pierce, confectioner 
(rear) Michael F. Keaney 
Charles S. Briggs 
Charles F. Knight 
Mrs. Katherine Doran 
(rear) Benjamin Friedman 



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Mrs. Martha J. Littlefield 

Zina A. Weber 

John A. Fowler 

Mrs. Annie M. Rummer 

John A. McCutcheon 

Elmer W. Chambers 

Alfred J. Clark 

Lafayette street 
Septimus French 
Frank J. McKenna 
Mrs. Sarah J. Parker 

North street 
Arthur H. Harmon 
Mrs. Laura Brockman 
Robert A. Kennedy 
Wilbur F. Leighton 
Ralph H. Greenwood 
William J. Macdonough 
Lyman P. Cook 
Miss Nellie A. Meehan 
(rear) Vacant 
John O'Connor 
Michael B. Daly 
James H. Ryan 
Mrs. Sophia M. Jackson 
John F. Fogg 
Cornelius J. Lucy 



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CUMBERL AX 

Thomas O'Hare 
Martin N. O'Hare 
68 Sheridan street 

72 (Edward F. Conley 

112/2 Vacant 

74 Edwin M. Stanton 

Bartley T. Connolly 

(rear) Milton McDibbles 
76 Mrs. Mary A. Sullivan 

Fred A. Johnson 

Michael H. Lucy 

William H. Ross 

Thomas Cary 

Fritz Kraul, shoe repairer 

Charles Maloney, grocer 

Mrs. Abbie Mulkern 

Mrs. Theresa Fitzsimmons 

James H. Markley 

Roger McCarthy 

William R. Fogg 

Patrick E. Fitzsimmons, coal 
wood 

John A. Melody 

Mrs. Bridget Siteman 

Ralph W. Davis 

Michael A. Welch 

William Loring 

John J. Mahoney 

James Maxwell 

John Waters 

Bartley A. Conley 

Patrick F. McDonough 

Martin J. Walsh 

James W. Kenney 

Mrs. Sarah J. Philbrook 

Washington avenue 



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114 
116 
118 
120 

122 

128 



130 



132 
134 



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140 



W. F. McBride & Co., dry good: 

Vacant 

Eli Lerman, shoe repairer 

Joseph P. Brown 

William D. Anderson 

Thomas Taylor 

William H. Spear, vet surgeon 

George M. Fernald 

Fred A. Keirstead 

Montgomery street 
Jeremiah C. Flaherty 
Almon L. Baston 
Harry L. Stubbs 
Louis J. Maguire 
Mrs. Nellie J. Weeks 
Mrs. Carrie F. Thompson 
Elwyn H. Richardson 
North School annex 
Harry Morrill 
Frank Feldman, dry goods 
John P. McCann 
George F. Feeney 
William H. Bussell 



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Mrs. Sarah G. Barbour 
Charles H. Galley 

142 (rear) Mrs. Agnes M. Midford 
Rose Dimond 
James D. Thome 
Everett M. Palmer 
Smith street 

148 William H. Sargent 



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RIGHT SIDE. 

UK— Continued. 
Peter N. Christiansen 
Mrs. Jensine Smith 
67 Sheridan street 

Walter H. Greenwood 
Patrick E. Fltzsimmonds 
Matthew J. Dodwell 
Patrick A. Halpin 

Larch street 
John E. Owen 
Francis E. Gushing 
Frank J. Carr 
Miss Mary E. Cronin 
Thomas H. Gately, Jr. 
John H. Kaveny 
Joseph H. Decosta 
(rear) John Price 

Mrs. Annie A. Keeney 
Mrs. Mary Couchran 
Mrs. Catherine Anderson 

Washington avenue 
John F. Day 
Mrs. Mary J. O'Connell 
James E. Feehan 
Terrance P. McGowan 
Henry J. Mospan 
George W. Marston 

Cleaves street 
Fred M. In galls 
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Stephenson 
Albert M. Wilson 
(rear) Miss Nellie P. Thorndike 
Edward G. Blanchard 
Mrs. Nellie J. McCallum 
133 Anderson street 

James E. Devine 
James A. O'Neill 
Carlisle A. Webb 
Mrs. Nellie B. Sheridan 
Henry J. Conley 
Miss Minnie L. O'Connor 
Edward C. McDonough 
Mrs. Ann McGee 
Daniel H. Dole 
John E. Savage 

Smith street 
Gejidis Galli 
John M. Boyle 
David Quinn 
Andrew A. Ward 
Herbert P. Austin 
Linwood B. Miller 
Mrs. Martha A. Gee 
Frank H. Skillin 
Howard M. Dearing 
Edward A. Gay 

Mayo street 
Michael Mulhall 
Philip J. Ward 
William D. Bracket t 
Harley E. Goddard 
Mrs. Bridget Mullin 
Gordan J. Rines 
James F. O'Brien 
Fred A. Crawford 
Wilford L. Fullerton 
John J. Thuss 
John J. Love 

Boyd street 
Mrs. Erne M. Peabody 



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LEFT SIDE. 



CUMBERLAND 



152 Allie G. Cooper 

Thomas A. Foley 
152 \k Michael A. Downs 

"Daniel K. Downs 
L 56 Aurele Lessard 

George H. Powers 
15S Timothy E. Hartnett 

John H. Trevett 
160 Sidney B. Stewart 

Andrew Peterson 
162 Orlow W. Fullam 
ITU Marshall W. Smith 

Locust street 
172 Percy Albling, tailor 
176 Luke Mannette 

James R. Davey 
1S2, 1^4 Sacred Heart school 

1 mo Cathedral of Immaculate Conce 

tion 

Franklin street 
208 George Tolman 

2 10 Horace B. Greely 

Quincy street 
212 Mrs. D. F. Corser 
222 Miss Annie E. Holden 

AVilmot street 
226 Henry L. Thurston 
Lewis F. Strout 
Philip R. McKone 
22S Bryan C. Connolly 
Harlan Leighton 

Cumberland terrace 
230 John A. Baker 
23S K!dwin F. Hilman, grocer 

Pearl street 
240 Jason Taylor 
242 Julius Comeras 
2 44 Miss Lavinia F. Goodwin 
248 Howard J. Tilley 

Chapel street 

Myrtle street 
25S Abner L. Hawkes 
Charles C. Record 
262 Charles Saunders 
264 Mrs. Mary A. Burns 
268 Howard A. Sanborn 
William F. Rick 

Cliestnut street 
276 Frank A. Hersey 



ISO Mrs. Helen A. Ree< 
Charles A. Farr 



282 Daniel F. Cole 
284-292 High school 
294 Mrs. Alice Henry 



!98 Farringrton place 



Mrs. Clementine Hughes 
Franklin H. Ga^lison 



RIGHT SIDE. 
AVEi\ UK — Continued. 

1S7 Mrs. Mary T. Loring 
191 John Halloran 
193 Charles R. Smith 

Mrs. Mary L. Mulloney 
197 William J. O'Neil 

George E. Bigelow 
199 Thomas Barker 

Harry E. Brooks 
201 John C. Twombly 
Fred E. Bobbins 

Franklin street 
203 Mrs. Martha A. Robinson 
207 Andrew L. Geele 

Neal court 
211, 213 Mrs. Ethel E. McGlynn, lodg- 
ing h 
215 Harry Koton 
P- 217 Allie H. Lane, lodging h 

219 Frank E. Marston, lodging h 
221 Moses L. Stilphen 

lYilmot street 
223 Gribbin Brothers, fish 
223 Vz Mrs. Sarah E. Cannonier 
Grace Hutchins 
Mrs. Sarah Kennedy 
Mrs. Minnie B. Moulton 
Thomas E. Madigan 
225 Gribbin Brothers, bakers 
227 Mrs. Susan J. McCrink 
229 Fred A. Bibber 

Dr. George A. Clark 
231 Mrs. Nettie E. Whitcomb 
235 Mrs. Mary M. Tyler 

Pearl street 
239 Mrs. Eva Guimond 
243 Enoch M. Thompson 
247, 249 Mrs. Deborah A. Stevens, lodg- 
ing h 

Chapel street 
251 Arthur P. Childs 
253 Peter S. Doyle 

Myrtle street 
257 Mrs. Annabell F. Johnson 
Charles J. Matthieu 

O Stone street 
263 Levi D. Gamage, lodging h 
267 Mrs. Susan P. Capen 
271 George W. Ross 
Howard F. Hall 
273 Mrs. Ella F. Kennard 

Chestnut street 
275 Norman N. Halpine 
Mrs. Annie S. Joy 
Mrs. Lillian B. Oreutt 
277 Charles T. Libby 

Mrs. Margaret M. Leavitt 
George H. Tucker 
Merritt A. Kennard 
279 Mrs. Clara H. Finch 

Charles W. Cossar 
281 George N. E. Kimball 

John Woods 
285 Jesse A. Ham 

Miss Angelia G. Mathews 
287 Amos Currier 

Mrs. Sarah I. Allen 
289 Fred M. Allen 
291 Horace H. Toothaker 
293 Cedar street 



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LEFT SIDE. 

CUMBERLAND AV 

302 Mrs. Julia E. Thomes, lodging h 



306 John S. Cushman 
308 Nathaniel W. Morse 



Ml in street 



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318 


Mrs. Laura E. MacAllister 


313 


320 


Glenstock Grocery Co. 
George H. Moody 

Preble street 


315 
317 
319 


332 


George E. Morrison, marble wkr 


321 


338, 


340 Crocker Warehouse Co. 


325 


346 


Mrs. Eleanor R. Mitchell 


325 




Dr. Willis G. Jefferson 


327 




Brown street 




358 


Ernest H. Brooks 


331 


360 


George W. Howe, carpenter 


335 


364 


James E. Lennon, horseshoer 


339 




Caseo street 


3*45 


370 


Mrs. Orintha H. Soule 
Truman T. Corey 


349 


372 


Winfield S. Hovey 
Rufus D. Bean 


353 


374 


Frank C. MacDonald 






Mrs. May M. Percy 


357 


376 


Mrs. Lucy S. Hough 


359 




Edward Crabtree 


361 


380 


F. Philip LeGrow 
Thomas Watson 


363 




(rear) Mrs. Matilda Bragdon 


367 


382 


Winfield P. Goff 


369 


384 


Mrs. Edith E. Smith 


471 


386 


George H. Truscott, grocer 


373 




Vernon W. Williams 


377 




Ira L. Quackenbush 


379 




Oak street 


381 


398 


Joseph A. Hoyt 
Harry L. Hupper 






William H. Wright 


385, 


402 


Frank F. Fisk 

Mrs. Annie I. McNeal 




404 


Joseph L. McCobb 


389 


406 


Frank L. Dodge 






Thomas Jackson 


393 


408 


Charles O. Barrows 


395 


412 


Mrs. Alice L. Parker 


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Isaac W. Cobb 


401 




George J. Damery 






Forest avenue 


407 


416 


Mrs. Frances E. Cram 




418 


Mrs. Anndell L. Murphy 


409 


422 


Weslev J. Weir 

Miss Lillian M. Holley 


411 


426 


George Hoyt 
Albert C. Anderson 


413 


426% A 






Earle R. Jordan 


415 


428 


William M. Dyer 


421 


428% Mrs. Athalia H. O'Brine 


427 




HIrIi street 




440 


John C. Brown 


437 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
ENUE — Continued. 
295 Fred A. Rich 
295A Asa P. Morrill 

Robert G. Forbes 

Ralph Moses 
297 Arthur P. Fenlason 
3299 Lewis W. Littlefleld 
299% Hiram Crowell 
301 SewaLl A. Brown 

307 The Luzern 

Elm street 

Luther B. Roberts 

Mrs. Annie K. Libby 

Horace H. Shaw, o 

Lewis H. McKenney 

Vacant 

Vacant stable 

William L. Jones 

Eugene R. .Stoddard 

Deering Laundry Co. 

Walter E. Campbell, blacksmith 
325% Enoch M. Thompson, store room 

Enoch M. Thompson, marble works 
Preble street 

Preble chapel 

Jeremiah R. Swett 
341 Pythian Temple 

Vacant 

Hubbard W. Bryant 

Thomas R. Pye 

Mrs. Sarah Bradley 

Arthur K. Walker 

John E. Weeks 

Miss Emma H. Stickney 
Alder street 

Mrs. Catherine M. Melaush 

Fred Goth 

Miss Lizzie Smith 

Abraham T. Harper 

Mrs. P. J. Dirwanger 

Frank Elwell 

Hanover street 

Mrs. Ootavia M. Leighton 

Mrs. Nancy M. Brown 

David A. Jumper 

William H. Hobbs 

Ernest W. Vigue 
387 Mrs. Alvin D. Woodbury, lodg- 
ing h 

Parrls street 

Joseph G. Dandeneau 

Frank D. Levecque 

Fred L. Plummer 

Uriah S. Wiggin 

Mrs. Louise M. Drummond 

Eben Dow 

Meebnnie street 

Irving A. Lovell 

Albert Lindsay 

Edward S. Libby 

Edward Jordan 

John A. Kelsey 

George W. Sturgis 

William E. Fall 

Forest avenue 

George P. Dudley 

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LEFT SIDE. 

CUMBERLAND 

Mrs. Annie B. Malone 



Alonzo W. Smith 
William A. Wright 



James J. Pooler 
George H. H. Lawton 



Mrs. Helen F. Chenery 
George H. Robinson 
Mrs. Isabel H. Small 
Chester I. Orr 

Avon street 
George S. Smith 
Brian E. McDonough 
Calvin E. Russell 
Peter T. Hanson 

State street 
Wilford G. Chapman 
Clayton J. Farrington 
Manley B. Pottle 
Thomas W. W. Atwood 
Frank D. Marshall 
Charles Schonland 



Mellen street 

Mrs. Sarah J. Coe 
George A. Coffin 
Richard R. Schonland 
Vacant 

Frederic C. Cushing 
James W. Judge 
Charles F. Story 
Rev. Charles M. Woodman 
Mrs. Francis E. Waldron 
Daniel W. Brunei 
George F. Junkins 
C. Everett Boynton 
George H. Buxton 
Casper E. Marshall 
William W. Jennison 
Deering avenue 



RIGHT SIDE. 
AVENUE— Continued. 
439 Edward A. Hay 

4 43 Hugh H. Lapp in 
447 James H. Hall 

Herbert N. Gardner 
453 Herbert W. Robinson 

Frederick W. H. Smith 
455 C. F. Hill 
457 Leroy H. Tobie 
461 Elmer A. Doten 
463 Ansel R. Doten 
469 Mrs. Nellie M. Hoyt 
471 Mrs. Deborah Tolman 

Albert W. Tolman 
473 John T. Wood 

State street 
477 James E. Mariner 
481 Mrs. Mary E. Gibson 
485 George S. Waterhouse 
489 Mrs. Mahala F. Preston 
493 Robert S. Thomes 
497 Frank T. Valentine 

John Cox 
501 Robert E. Alden 

William O. Alden 
503 Fred W. Deering 
507 George F. Stetson 
509 Charles A. Strout 
511 Frederick Smith 

Frederick A. Kimball 
515 Marshall H. Purrington 
519 E. Leander Higgins 

Harry E. Knowlton 
521 Frank W. Stockman 

Mellen street 
523 Warren R. Evans 
525 Vacant 

527 Roswel.l C. Bradford 
531 J. Frank Bond 
535 Frank J. Bragdon 
541 James A. McFaul 

Theodore W. Woodill 
545 Mrs. Harriet A. Houston 

William B. Houston 
549 William G. Soule 
555 Fred E. Haskell 
561 Michael T. O'Brien 
563 Llewellyn Barton 
567 G. Warren Merrill 
569 Miss Abby N. Norton 
571 Frank G. D. Small 

5 73 — Deering avenue 



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CUMBERLAND TERRACE. 

WARD 3. 
From 234 Cumberland avenue. 

1 John M. Harford 
3 Axel Anderson 

Mrs. Florence B. Trippe 
5 Mrs. Lucretia H. Wilder 
John F. Littlenelrl 



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CUMMIXGS STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 630 Washington avenue to Back bay. 

3 Edward W. Lawrence 
James Wright 
Robert C. Walker 



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£ 2 § ci=«.-o, .vr„ EE ,,_ Contlnued RIGHT S[D '= 

a O " £ 5 -lames P. Blaisdell 

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Q -J - CUSHMAN COURT. 

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Q - Z From 1 West. 

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a Walter FrvflH Arthur H. Whitman 

3 18 Henrv 1? in! Albert E. Pool 

W 2 2 Leander W. Fobes ]* ? red F " ^ ord , 

26 George H Allan «* 4 Lewis street 

Z49 1 ■/; S" ™ ?' e Lincoln R. Loring 

42 Leon M. Forbes 33 Mrs Tyr arv A M ? IiVon 

Q^ 5 4— Emery street 4 9— Emery street 

DALTON STREET. 

Q h WARD 9. 

u From 7 4 Veranda, northwesterly. 

£ 4 Harry L. Macdonald 3 Harry Bavley 

H 6 Frank Dalpcha Philip J. Greenwood 

►"■ o ^ r . s - d ni i ie L - Hines ■< Edward J. Ingraham 

r#*^ 10 Otto P Mortensen 11 James P. Ingraham 

VrJ (3 12 Harry H. Raup 

J!!!D < 14 T - ,ouis G - Gulliksen 15 Charles P. Stetson 

CC O DVXA STREET. 

Lm 2 WARD 4. 

From 197 Commercial to 410 Fore. 

u I Fn C ^ rey , & Co. storehouse 1, 3 E. Corey & Co., iron and steel 

Z 8, 10 Charles McLaughlin Co., whol 7 James G. Whitten, blacksmith 

c grocers 9 James H. Fickett & Co., coopers 

O IS— Fore street 17— Fore street 



D A3 \ FORTH PLACE. 

WARD 7. 
From 220 Danforth. 
2 Michael Keirns 3 Benjamin F. Haggett 

4 Mrs. Elizabeth J. Donovan Peter J. Murphy 

Wilfred Desautel 
6 Frank Marcinkienz 

Mrs. Margaret Conley 5 Matthew A. Doyle 

DA\ FORTH STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5, 6, 7. 
From 527 Fore to Vaughan bridge. 
2 Vacant 1 James L. McGee. barber 



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LEFT SIDE. 



DANPORTH STHEET-^Continued. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



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Mrs. Ceceila M. Flaherty 
Clarence G. Fernald 
Michael J. Clancy 
Mrs. Mary Thornton 
Michael Harrigan 
Michael J. Conley 
Thomas Crawford 
Timothy Curran 
Andrew J. Talbot 
Charles C. Smith 
Patrick Costello 
John W. Haley 
John J. Lee 
John P. Joyce 
Mrs. Lillian M. Chambers 
Mrs. Eva Jordan 
Frank H. Cram 
Timothy J. Kane 
Charles C. White 
Richard J. Norton 

King place 
John E. Mullin 
Arthur J. Mullin 
Mrs. Harriet Wallace 
Francis W. Redlon 
Miss Edith M. Green 

High street 
E. S. Erving McLellan 
Mrs. Anna M. Home 
Miss Mary M. Burgess 

Park street 
William R. Cutter 
.lohn C Parker 
James H. McGlinchey 
Robert F. Maxcy 
Henry Ulke 
Christopher J. Porchier 

State street 
Rev. Edward F. Hurley 
Mrs. Mary Clancy 

Tyug street 
James C. Wooley 



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3 Alfred Jewell 

Patrick, Hanrahan 
5 Vacant 

9 Antonio Anania 
Fitz E. Hamilton 

13 Lewis Lermon, shoe repairer 

Peter Brunnette 
15 Bartley Hernon 
17 Michael A. Murray, 

Charles L. Morgan 

Michael Griffin 

10 Patrick Foley 
Edward J. Neals 

23 Festus McDonough 
Alfred M. Blaisdell 
John O'Donnell 
Mrs. Catherine Curran 
29 Nathan Siegel, dry goods 
Joseph Bortol 
(rear) Vacant 
31 James McCollum 
Martin Foley 
(rear) James A. Lee 
Michael Welch 
33 John P. Hamilton 

Charles Beeler 
35 Walter C. Beeler 
41 John McBrady 

Hugh T. O'Connor 
13 William G. Canning, grocei 
Clarence O. Fernald 
Maple street 
51 William Smart 
Augustus Goodin 
(rear) John J. Feeney 

Patrick Thornton 
53 Martin Coyne 

Patrick Mulkerrin 
57 Patrick J. Conley 
63 James Greeley 

Thomas W. L. McDonough 
(rear) Michael M. J. Lee 
James W. Barry 
67 George F. Gannon 
Joseph L. Greene 
69 Daniel J. McCormack 
Joseph Ols 
Samuel V. Paige 
John H. Donovan 
71 Mrs. Julia A. Conley 
73 John L. Mills 

George H. Hagen 
75 Frank G. Robbins 
Frank B. Litchfield 
(rear) Elmer W. Peasley 
Harold A. Marsh 
77 Arthur Mann 
Harry Mosher 
(rear) Frank A. Hanson 
83 Mrs. Louise J. Winslow 

High street 
91 The Children's Hospital 
97 George H. Richardson 
101 T. Alfreds 
109 Joseph R. Libby 

Park street 
117 Home for Aged Men 
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DANFORTH 

John Asnault 
Thomas A. Campbell 
Mrs. Catherine A. Melaugh 
Frederick J. Melaugh 

Tale street 
Henry W. Hobbs 
Edward M. Rand 

O Brackett street 
William DeWolfe 
Miss Celia A. Hollywood 
(rear) James H. Hollywood, : 
Vacant 

Henry S. Place 
George H. Griffen 
Sewall C. Strout 
Walter L. Kelly 
Thomas W. Donahue 
James E. Donahue 
John C. Cobb, jr 

Clark street 
Frank E. Fickett, drugs 
John E. Henningsen 
Walter A. Gourley 
Miss Elizabeth J. Kirlin 
John D. Kilbride 
Joseph McMaster, shoe repaii 
William Moore 
Charles J. O'Connor 

Dan forth place 
Daniel L. Boban 
Frederic Lester 
Mrs. Mary Boyle 
Thomas P. Cuskley 
Miss Margaret M. Doherty 
John Finnerty 

Brings street 
Miss Elizabeth Deehan 
Dr. Francis J. Welch 
Ezmond C. Allen 
Thomas J. Welch 
John W. Harrington 
Everett L. Bridgham 
Harry A. Barron 
John T. Wallace 
Edward Kane 
Mrs. Mabel E. McFarland 
William B. Shea 
Charles D. Nicholson 
Bartholomew C. Whelton 
Mrs. Mary C. O'Rourke 
Mrs. Rosanna F. Dawson 
Mrs. Ellen Burke 

School street 
Thomas G. Moran, grocer 
Thomas Connor 
Mrs. Ellen Lawler 
George A. Moore 
Vacant 
John Parr 

Bernard M. Silverman 
James L. Mayberry 
Jesse C. Waters 
Mrs. Margaret G. Barrett 
Daniel Griffin 

Orange street 
A. Scott Jordan 
Arthur J. Archibald 
J. Ludger Rainville 
Fairfield A. Collins 



RIGHT SIDE. 
STREET— Continued. 

State street 

14o Miss Charlotte J. Thomas 
149 Greene & Barrett, grocers 
151 John J. Rourke 

Thomas F. Carians 
163 Elias Thomas 

165 Winter street 

167 Deane B. Small 

t 169 Walter C. Emerson 

171 Eugene H. Yorke 

173 Edward C. Jordan 

Braekett street 

187 Andrew J. Ricker 
193 Thomas E. DeWolfe 

Clark street 



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Philip Gormley 




223 


Mrs. Margaret Foley 






Martin C. Clancy, grocer 


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James D. Regan 






Mrs. Ellen Merrill 






John Brown 






(rear) William A. Build 






Richard J. Nugent 






Mrs. Mary O'Toole 






James McFarland 






Patrick J. Welch 






Thomas Thornton 




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Jacob Berman, boots and shoes 






(rear) James Coyne 






Patrick McFarland 






Francis O'Neil 


229 


Edward H. Coleman 




231 


Patrick Devine 




Thomas Conley 






(rear) Charles H. Flagg 






John Eusovitch 






Joe Goski 




235 


Owen Woods 






JLoughlin O'Donnell 




(rear) Valentine J. Conley 


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237 


Oswald McDonald 

(rear) Miss Eliza Hurley 






Oscar A. Rasch 


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Miss Catherine F. Driscbll 






Mrs. Mary J. Kelley 






Mrs. Mary Safford 




243 


Jeremiah Leonard 




249 


John Wright, baker 






May street 




251 


James H. Donovan, drugs 




253 


Mrs. Bessie Pinkerton 
James H. Donovan 




253 A George T. Cushing 






Norman C. Newell 




255 


James DeWolfe & Co., grocers 




259 


Archie Bergeron 

G. Weston Ramsdell 




261 


Mrs. Ella Barbour 
William J. Barbrick 
(rear) Charles A. Drew 




267 


James A. Kelley 
Frederick E. Berry 
(rear) Andrew Erickson 








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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

DANFORTH STREET— Continued. 

69 Robert Kenney 

George E. B. Allen 
William J. Silk 
Harry AV. Warren 
Vacant, st 



290 

2 94 . 
300 

308 

34 2 

34 6 

3 50 
354 

3 58 

" 6 2 
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Andrew B. -Anderson 

( rear) John F. Mullen 
James A. White 

James E. Monroe 

(rear) Alexander Langlois 
Clifford C. Jordan 

Louis W. Melaugh 

Cliffon J. Bailey 
2 96 Emery street 

Moses H. Foster 

Miss Alma Spring 

Rex W. Dodge 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Ridgely F. Hanscom 

Mrs. Janie N. Thompson 

Sidney W. Noyes 

Edward A. Noyes 

Winthrop Jordan 

Joseph J. Kilmartin 

(rear) Peter J. Hollywood, eig 
Theodore Sawtelle 
Charles A. Burke 
Mrs. Abbie Norton 
Mrs. Margaret A. Feene 
Alexander Sida 

Timothy Ronan 

66 West Comitiereinl street 

Vanghan bridge 



273 



281 

293, 295 

317 



Emery street 



601 Gulf Refining Co., Vaughan bridge, 
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62 
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DABTMOUTH STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 480 Forest avenue to 157 Brighton 
Lewis McDonald 
Emery D. Smith 
Otto A. Bushnell 
Mrs. Mary D. Bagley 
Allen Stuart 
John H. Carter 
Horace W. Pierce 
Joseph Symonds 

Oakdnle street 
J. Anthon Jensen 
Nathan C Bucknam 
Edward W. Bucknam 
106 Deering avenue 

Albert R. Farrington 
Miss Margaret J. Card 
Warren C. King 
King's Hospital Annex 

Rrighton avenue 



57 



103, 105 



159- 



Oakdale street 



Deering avenue 



Brighton avenue 



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Mrs. Alice Storer LunL 
Storer street 

339 Mrs. Margaret C. Dudley 
Fletcher street 

361 Herman W. Susskraut 

365 Charles A. L. Brown 

369 Charles E. Baker 

379 Willis E. Carter 

387 Frederick S. Bullard 

389 Miss Ella S. Sargent 

395 Joseph C. Noyes 

39 9-403 Vaughan street 

405-427 "Western promenade 

467 James Cassidy 

4 81 Mrs. Mary A. McGrath 

481% Burnard J. McGrath 

497, 499 St. John street 

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DAVIS PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 639 Congress. 

1 Melville R. Davis 
3 Alonzo B. Jewell 



DAVIS STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1186 Congress to M. C. R- R- 
8 Clarence H. Rumery 7 Winfield S. Moore 

William E. Morrill 

31. C. R. R. — 



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^ S WARD 7. 

>i g From 53 Washburn avenue, northwesterly. 

3 © 8 P hll, P E - Fitzgerald II George C. Hamlin 

£Q q 10 Edward L. Blossom Lincoln Conlev 

" 12 Everard F. Pride 13 Harry W. Hanson 

53 H George E. Haskell 

q *£ 17 Albion P. Sawyer 



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P. Stoneham 21 Lester W. Bradbur-*, 

^ a 27 Herbert F. Dunneli 

•in /^ 29 George A. Kane 

_, U 57 Isaac F. Clark 

3 * a 59 Fred O. Corliss 



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61 Charles H. Grover 
Frank B. Dickenson 

63 Mrs. Arthur Harriman 
James A. Walton 

69 Perley B. Sanborn 
David E. Peterson 71 Mrs. Gertrude E. Marston 



DEBI.OIS STREET. 

WARD 8. 

jj Lmm From 114 Longfellow to Brighton avenue. 

f*n 12 Lewis E. White — Fred V. Matthews 

^H ^J - 1 Frederic C. Dudley 

I — Brighton iivenue — Brighton avenue 

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DEER STREET. 
WARD 3. 
From 291 Fore to 120 Middle. 
William Greenwold 3-13 Sen Sen Chicklet Co. 

'A ^f Barnard Silverman 

J H 6 Frank Scharr 
A I Louis Youngstein 

*j I™ Patrick Green 

O «■■ 8 Louis Shepard 

Press & Potter, bakers 
10 Frank Norcia 
fr ^ 12 Patrick H. McDonough 
H tmJ ("rear) Mrs. Catherine Jennings 15 Fred H. Lundgren 



20 John D. Carrigan 19 Thomas Kane 

Thomas J. Magner Mrs. Katherine O'Donnell 

22 Moris Arnovitch 
Anthonv Pasqual 

24 William Branz 

26 Patrick Lydon 27 Michael Manna 



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« John C. iSeger Tony Palermo 

•J H 28 Frank Forgine 

* • Antonio Stivanno 29 James Marcus 

P-f § (rear) Louis Dusanto (rear) Vacant, sh 

A 30 Jacob Vener 

N g 1 32 Wolf Snider 31 Abraham Modes 
£ -2 Mrs. Jennie Home Jacob Taylor 

John Cholaow 33 Joseph Kriger 

i 36 Vacant Lazarus Abrahamson 

rA 4 4 — Middle street 41— Middle street 



DEEKl.XG AVENUE. 
WARDS 6, 7, 8. 
From 789 Congress to 652 Forest avenue. 
2 Vacant H Mrs. Margaret Sanderson 

22 Boyle T. Roberts Cumberland avenue 

24 Marv L. Simmons 15 William W. C McKenney 

26 John Doughty Mrs. Mary M. Simpson 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



DEBRING AVEX UE — Continued. 



UO Georg-e A. Shurtleff 
34 Stephen Muller 

Percy C. Irish 
;<S Thomas E. Forrest 
40 Vacant 
4 2 Alvah J. Carll 

4 1 Clarence Greely 
48 John E. Riley 

Grant street 
50 Alexander Murphy 
Timothy Hayes 

5 4 Herman A. Hansen 

56 Mrs. Catherine Dougherty 
60 George McCrum 

6 2 Joseph L. Woodill 

Charles E. Robinson 
6 4 John J. O'Neill 

Gordon H. Merriman 

Portland street 
S2 William A. Adams 

James P. Harrison 
si Robert J. Pearson, jr 

Walter G. Smith 
00 Mrs. Hiram A. Dow 

1 10 Abel Hleber 

Alexander Charleston 
(rear) Theophilus B. Pennell 
Joseph Callan 
Elizah Ryder 
Fred C. Colburn 
116 ( rear) Vacant 
126 \ T . E. Redlon Co., st 

B. & M. R. R bridge 
176 Ludwig Frederic Jensen 
184, 186 Washburn avenue 

190 Myron J. Norris 
102 John S. Schumaker 
198 Horace A. Hilton 
200 Charles E. Waterhouse 
206 Orln G. Ford 
208 Ezra Hyde 
210 Mrs. William S. Denny 

Miss Elizabeth Webber 
212 Mrs. Ellen Brltt 
214 Charles J. Nichols 
228 Mrs. Augustus O. Clarke 
234 Miss Harriet H. McLellan 
25 1 Fred J. Matthews 
256, 258 Brighton avenue 

2 74, 27 6 Fessenden street 
208-302 Pitt street 

3 2 2-3 26 William street 

3 4 8, 3 50 Dartmouth street 
37 4, 376 Noyes street 

300, 302 Wadsworth street 

422,424 Longfellow street 

444,446 Prospect street 

4 52 Arthur L. Mitchell 
458 Ashmont street 

46 1 Louis B. Laughlin 

4 68 Mrs. Myra T. Knap.p 

170 Mrs. Cyrus F. Sands 
486 Coyle street 

loo George W. Vosmus 

Mrs. Teresa Bradley 

502 Thomas C. MeGouldrick 



15 Mrs. M. O. Hanson 
19 Mrs. Catherine Lunt 
27, 20 Sherman street 

3 Fred C. Safford 
Robert Woodill 



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Portland street 



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251 
2 5 7 
265 
275 
283 
201 
203 
200 
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315 
317 
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337 

341 

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441 

447 

451 

455. 

450 

461 

475- 

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Brighton avenue 
Falmouth street 

William W. Mitchell 
Charles A. Rounds 

Fessenden street 
Edwin M. Bartlett 
Allen Shedley 
Chester T. Cornish 

Pitt street 
Charles Collins 
Willian H. Collins 
J. Henry Smith 

William street 
Ralph B. Williams 
Hiram L. Williams 
James H. Davis 
340 Dartmouth street 

375 Noyes street 

421 Longfellow street 

Ira S. Sawyer 
John C. Dennis 
Llewellyn P. Senter 
Leonard C Young 
457 Ashmont street 

James H. Cades 
Rev. Lewin F. Buell 
4 87 Coyle street 

Rudolph Richner 



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LEFT SIDE. 



504, 508 Lincoln street 

514 Mrs. Caroline Topliff 

522 Dr. Ernest W. Files, h and o 

528 Vacant 

532 Revere street 

536 Engine 8 

540 Frank A. Walker, st 

542-544 Fred Butler Estes, grocer 

546-550 Woodfords Bowling Alley 

552, 554 Chapman & Wyman, drugs 

Deerlng Loan and Building Assn. 
556— Woodford street 



DEEIUXG AVENUE- Continued. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



505 Lincoln street 

509 Dr. Charles S. Knight, h and o 

William S. Dresser 
517 Dr. Judson T. Sanborn, h and o 
526, 527 Revere street 



537, 539 L. P. Senter & Co., 
541 Vacant 

545 Dr. Oranel E. Haney, o 
Lester C. Witham 



grocers 



547- 



Porest avenue 



DEBRIXG PLACE. 

WARD 5. 

From 6 Deering. 
2 Miss Ann King l Edwin R. Jackson 

4 Mrs. Margaret S. FitzGerald 3 Miss Emma Phillips 



Henry F. FitzGerald 
€ Mrs. Cora M. Fickett 



Public Library, rear entrance 



DEERING STREET. 



2 

4 

6 

8 
10 
12 
14 

16A 
16 
18 
20 

22 
24 
26 
30 
32 

38 
40 
42 
44 
46 
48 
50 
62 
54 
58 
60 
64 
66 
68 
70 
72 
74 
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WARDS 5, 
From 156 High to 
1 



Charles B. Bryant 

Mrs. Margaret B. McAllister 

Dr. Daniel Driscoll, h and o 

Deering place 
Dr. Addison Thayer, h and o 
Charles C. Harmon 
Dr. Edville G. Abbott 

Henry street 
The Lyndon 

Miss Florence E. Woodbury 
Dr. Wallace W. Dyson, h and o 
Mrs. Frances S. Twitohell 

Avon street 
Samuel B. Kelsey 
William McBride 
Fessenden V. Carney 
Dr. Ambrose H. Weeks, h and o 
Mrs. Tfhomas B. Reed 

State street 
Flavel B. Waldron 
Edwin W. Gehring 
Robert T. Whitehouse 
Benjamin Thompson 
Frank M. Low 
Theodore J. Brown 
Franklin H. Morse 
William H. Thaxter 
Vacant 

Hiram A. Hobbs 
William H. Hobbs 
Mrs. Jerusha R. Tash 
Walter E. Elwell 
Vacant 
Vacant 

William M. Ingraham 
Horace F. Webb 

Mellen street 



27 
29 
31 

33 
35 
37 

3 9 

4 3 
4 5 
47 
49 
51 

53 

57 
59 
61 



31 Mellen. 

Mrs. Bessie A. Donahue 

Dr. Walter E. Tobie, h and o 

Dr. Frank E. Carmichael, h and o 

Dr. Walter D. Williamson, h and o 

Miss Mary G. McDowell 

Mrs. Sarah G. Wheeler 

Philip F. Turner 

John C. Small 

Enoch Foster 

Charles B. Pugsley 

Dr. Charles B. Witherle, h and o 

Fred E. Allen 

Avon street 

Philip H. Larrabee 
Harrison T. Whipple 
William T. Cousens 

State street 
Thomas J. Lapp in 
Miss Laura E. Davis 
Lewis Pierce 
Rev. William H. Fenn 
Miss Nellie B. Waldron 
Mrs. Frances E. Gilman 
Charles O. Bancroft 
Augustus G. Schlotterbeck 
Dr. Edward J. McDonough 

Benjamin F. Harris 

Vacant 

Mrs. Marion D. Noyes 

James P. Baxter 



Edward B. Winslow 
Mellen street 



DELAND COURT. 

WARD 5. 
From 41 Forest avenue. 



1 Edwin Moody 

2 George E. Burnham 



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127 



LEFT SIDE. 



Robert E. Whitney 

John D. Eagan 
Edward L. Baker 

Mrs. Margaret E. Rodlek 
Herbert N. Thompson 
Clark street 



DERMOT COURT. 

WARD 6. 
From 116 Brackett to 113 Clark 



RIGHT SIDE. 



1 Mrs. Margaret A. Steele 

Charles A. Gay 
3 John Hollywood 

Leonard R. Thompson 
5 Arthur L. Merrill 

James D. Morsehead 
7 Mrs. Alice Porter 

James W. Burns 

Clark street 



DEVON STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From opposite 902 Brighton avenue, northeasterly 
William E. Trask 
William F. Boyce 
Amos Ashnault 
Frank E. Olson 
Dean M. Hughes 
John McGovern 



41 Thomas Welch 

Frederick M. Hughes 



DEVONSHIRE STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From N-oyes, junction Brighton avenue to Wadsworth. 



James A. Small, grocer 
James A. Small, blacksmith 
James A. Small 
Merton A. Lane 
Daniel A. Vines 
James H. Cail 



21 William M. Chellis 
29 Charles E. Stoneham 
47-—- Wadsworth Ntr«*e< 



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17 


Calixte Brousseau 
John Beecher 
Henry Sampson 
David Gagnon 
Joseph Ross 



DORSET STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From opposite 918 Brighton avenue, northeasterly 
Edward A. Roast — Felix Gallant 

August Axelsen — Howard S. Burnell 



From Fore 
10 Frank E. Bemis 
12 Frederick Bilby 
16 Austin Wadsworth 
William A. Worden 

20 William J. Moores 
22 Clarence C. Francis 

John J. Foley 

21 Arthur B. Singer 

Congress street 



Forest E. Pickens 



DOUGLASS STREET. 

WARDS 7, 8. 
river to Libby Corner, northerly. 

7 Winfield C. Sparrow 
Herbert B. Clough 
Henry B. Johnston 
Appleton S. Sherwood 
Edward F. Libby 
William S. Grant 
Robert M. Gordon 
James A. Summers 

Congress street 
Beecher W. Blenkhorn 
Mrs. Mary E. Farrington 
Fred M. Oliver 
Albert E. Grant 



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1912. 



LEFT SIDE 



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DOUGLASS STRBB1 



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66 
58 
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80 

84 

94 

96 

100 



William H. Ryall 
Wiliam Ryall 
Harold T. Bell 
John H. White 
George H. Moses 
Mrs. Delia Pitts 
Edward G. Burke 
Alfred J. Burke 
Edward Welch 
Coleman A. Flaherty 
Michael Wallace 



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RIGHT Sll)K 
-Continued. 
James R. Tedford 
John (E. Thompson 
Joseph G. Langlois 
Alexander E. White 
Raymond H. Delavina 
Mrs. Mary J. Huston 
John Durgin 
George E. Densmore 
Winslow A. Lombard 
Miss Delia A. Flaherty 
Mark J. Flaherty 
Norman Singer 
William G. Conrod 



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DOW STREET. 

WARD 6. 

202 Brackett. 
William H. Dow 
William W. Kemp 
William C. Eaton 
Miss Annie Joy 
Harold C. Newman 
Mrs. Grace V. Pierce 
(rear) Joseph H. Kennedy 
James Robertson 
J. Clyde Bicknell 

James B. McGee 
Walter S. Winfield 
Percy H. Sawyer 
Horace D. Newman 



Brackett street 

DRAKE STREET. 
WARD 9. 
From 11 SI Washington avenue, southeasterly. 
Tzene M. Leighton — Harry C. Bartlett 

DIM'HY'S LANE. 

WARD 4. 

From 12 York. 



From 71 


2 Congress t 


Fred W. Roberts 


9 


Mrs. Mary E. Thompson 


13 


George D. Shackley 


15 


Rotheus W. Taylor 


17 


Horton place 




James A. Brooks 




Eugene M. Keables 




Harry W. Seaford 


21 


William W. Griffin 




Harry F. Fuller 




Mrs. Fannie Bickmore 


25 


Leroy R. Varney 




Chester W. Farr 


27 


George S. Ellis 




Mary A. Ellis 




Rev. Charles Harbutt 




Brackett street 


33- 



Mrs. Hannah Lee 
Patrick Connor 
William La Rou 



4 Michael Ney 

John Kvil 

Miss Bella Burt 



1 John Curran 

Michael Mulkern 
Miss Mary Gorham 
Patrick Griffin 

3 Mrs. Mary Mulkern 
Martin Foley 
John Conley 
Mrs. Anna Mulkern 



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1)1 It HAM STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 46 Brighton avenue to opposite 4 72 St. John. 
Alfred L. Tnirner 
William N. Shaw 
Fred E. Carpenter 

Deane street 
Nathan Clifford school 

Payson street 
William J. Langzettel 
Howard C. Larrabee 

St. John street 



St. John street 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

I 181 Forest Ave. 



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LEFT SIDE. 



K1GHT SIDE. 



DYER STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 150 Franklin to 51 Wilmot. 



Kreeman F. Dudley 
John R. Sutherland 
William A. Gregory 
William F. Mayberry 
Wilmot street 



3 John P. Hyberts 

Christian C. Broe 
5 James W. Flavin 
7 Joseph Cooper 
— Wilmot st reel 



EASTERN PROMENADE. 



WARD 1. 



From 1 Atlantic to junction 
Ernest A. Randall 

16 Munjoy street 

James P. Jordan 

Fred H. Jordan 

Charles B. Stowers 

James T. Jack 

William J. Warrell 

Charles L. Jack 

Beekett street 

Vacant 

Frederick W, Shaw 

Mrs. William Gray 
5 2 Vesper street 

William L. Blake 

W r illiam N. Taylor 
S2 Morning street 

Robert D. Libby 

Mrs. Lydia J. Libby 

Harry H. Russell 

George T. Dealy 

Harry H. Pease 

George F. Reynolds 

Oliver P. T. Wish 

136 AVilson street 

Samuel D. Plummer 

John W. Griffin 

156 Moody street 

Mrs. Sara-h E. Towle 

Abraham Goodside 

Bernard L. Shalit 

Albert E. Smith 

John H. Montgomery 

George E. Macgowan 

Elmer F. Hall 

Fred D. Harvey 

Lindsay B. Griffin 
196 Congress street 

Mortan Kaslin 

Novello Crafts 

James A. Keniston 

John R. Peterson 

Moses M. Gould 

Charles A. Patten 

E. Rae Moody 

Fred L. Barnes 

W r iMiam N. Todd 

Mrs. Isahelle M. Stewart 



North and Washington avenue. 
5 Henry F. Merrill 
13 (rear) W r illiam C. Tapley 

Charles A. Den-ham 
17 John G. Munroe 

Frank C. Chase 
19 Miss Jennie M. Berry 

James A. Trott 

(rear) Vacant 
21 Martha J. Clark 

(rear) John E. Bradlev 
27 Walter W. Duffett 
29 Oakley C. Curtis 
33 Mrs. Elvira S. Randall 
3 9 Clifford S. Randall 

(rear) Jeremiah H. Connolly 
-17 George L. Gerrish 
53 Vacant 

5 5-75 Fort Allen Park 

si Lewis W. Cleveland 
91 Roscoe S. Davis 
93 Vacant 
95, 97 East Commercial street 



Cutter street 



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Congress street 



Cleeves Monument 



2:10, 232 


Turner street 




25S, 260 


Quebec street 




278, 2S0 


Melbourne street 




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Montreal street 




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Walnut street 




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North street 


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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE 

KDGEWOOD AVENUE. 
WARD 9. 
From 1200 Washing-ton avenue to Beechwood avenue. 
20 John J. O'Connor 
30 Henry A. Sands 
34 William E. Dolley 

— Beechwood avenue Beechwood avenue 

EDWARDS STREET. 
WARD 8. 
From 312 Brighton avenue to 1190 Congress. 

7 George M. Milne 

— Congress street — Congress street 

EIGHTH STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Lexington avenue, northerly to Broadway. 

— John A. Murphy 



Edwin R. Westeott 
David L. Scott 

Broadway 



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ELEANOR STREET. 

WARD 9. 
1263 Forest avenue, southerly. 



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12 Watson B. Drew 

20, 24 Hill street 

32 Nathan A. Woodman 

Mrs. Agnes A. Thomson 
34 Jessie M. Hartshorn 



iLSWORTH STREET. 

WARD 7. 
3 to Maine General Hospital grounds. 
7 Lyman B. Chipman 



40 



52- 



Scott G. Bailey 
Merle R. Worthen 
Maritus Duncan 

Passage way 
Perley W. Stevens 
Robert E. Armstrong 

Hospital grounds 



4 3 



Crescent street 

James E. Libby 
Ralph F. Nowell 
Mrs. Addie M. Colby 
29 Wescott street 

Vacant 
Frank Mills 
Richard W. Hersey 
Edward F. Flaherty 
Mrs. Emma S. Goodwin 

Charles street 
James Naylor 
Eugene C. Chaplin 
Ellie L. Parker 
Fred O. Hichborn 

Hospital grounds 



ELM STREET. 

WARD 4. 
From 449 Congress to 112 Somerset. 



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10 
12 
14 
16 
22, 
32 
36 
38 



Howard M. Smith, photographer 
Mrs. Eunice E. Dodge 
Cash Fuel Co., coal 
C. N. Dailey & Co., milliners 
The Elmwood 

24 Natural History Rooms 
Lutheran church 
Monument Sq. Bowling Alleys 
Colonial Silver Co., silver mfrs 
Novelty Rug Co. 
Miles (Standish Rifle Club 

Cumberland avenue 
T. Frank Homstead, fir pillows 
Michael P. Burke 
Mrs. Grace L. Hadlock 



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Cumberland avenue 

Mrs. Constance Kilborn 
Elmwood place 

Mrs. Caroline B. Brackett 
Charles H. Ca-pen 
Mrs. Mary E. West 
Clifford W. Libby 
Miss Lucy E. Chase 
Howard A. Fogg 
George P. Carr 
William H. Coffey 
(rear) Vacant 
Abraham L. Duncanson 
Mrs. Margaret Wilson 
(rear) Mrs. Mary L. Fogg 



NEW ENGLAND CABINET WORKS 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



ELM STREET — Continued. 



Enoch E. Willard 
Mrs. Ellen A. Newell 
Charles L. Purington 
George F. Dudley 
Walter Cash 
Mrs. Emily F. Darton 

Oxford street 

William Carey 

George P. Dodd 



James P. Hatch 
Mrs. Fannie F. Jackson 
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Rodick 
(rear) William J. Murray 
James W. Thome 
Albert S. Fuller 
Merritt V. Mundee 

Lnneaster street 
Henry H. Mitchell 



B. & M. R. R. 
O Kennebec street 
Somerset street 



65 Casper G. Brown 

Miss Nellie L. Shorev 
67 Joseph Daniel 
William Davis 

Oxford street 
73 John E. Torrey 

Charles P. Kimball 
75 Miss Elizabeth J. Tyler 
Mrs. Aurilla Dyer 
Mrs. Miriam L. Porter 
(rear) Vacant 
79 Miss Ella E. Gould 
Charles E. Thayer 
83 Charles Sherry 

Silas B. Harmon 
85 Ambrose M. Hamilton 

Samuel Blake 
89 Frank R. Moulton 
Philip Gatley 
Mrs. Mary A. Radford 
Joseph Hill 
95 Arthur B. Camfield 

Lancaster street 
97, 99 The New Rochester Hotel 
103 John E. O'Connell 
Albion W. Grant 

B. «fc M. R. R. 
Kennebec street 
Somerset street 



ELM WOOD AVEXUE. 
WARD 9. 
From 1180 Washington avenue, southwesterly. 
Oliver J. Carleton 

ELMWOOD PLACE. 

WARD 4. 
From 53 Elm. 

1 George N. Liberty 
William J. Ettinger 
Joseph A. Gobey 
1A Frank A. Peacock 
Charles S. Allen 
Richard H. Gore 
John F. Choate 
3 Mrs. Isabelle M. Hooper 
William M. Clark Charles B. Googins 

George T. Mansfield Warren P. Banser 

George Pratt 5 Charles H. Elliott 



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3o Ernest J. Gray 

Frank W. Sholes 
36 'Edward I. Sweetsir 
42 Lorenzo D. Stevens 



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ELMWOOD STREET. 

WARD 9. 

1009 Forest avenue to Stevens avenue. 



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Frank S. Billings 


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Walter R. Foss 


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David F. Harmon 


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Simon Berry 


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Percv W. Hart 


57 


Alden J. Meserve 


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Clifton Thayer 


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8 


Andrew S. Brown 


5 Private, st 


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10 


Mrs. Frank It. Larrabee 






L 2 


IDA James F. Hunt 


13 Emerson school 


I 


14 


Frank W. Nealey 




•. 


b* 5 


20 


Darius F. Littlerield, fish 




1 


5 S 


22 


Joseph Roberts 


23 Charles G. Means 


[1 


24 


Walter S. Jellerson 


Charles G. Webber 




10 




O Turner street 


Willis M. Bates 


1 

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36 


Fred L. Dyer 


2 7 Joseph G. White 


hS 


40 


Lionel Goddard 


Alfred E. Rowe 


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Lorenzo C. Roberts 


Charles O. Poor 







Philip S. Staley 


31 Turner street 


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44 


William G. Mulligan 




46 


James E. Drake 






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18 


J. Chandler Ham 




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Q,uebee street 


Quebec street 




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Herbert Low 






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Edward G. Lee 






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WARD 7. 






From 105 


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17 Salem street 




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Dauforth street 


31-33 Sunny Bank Greenhouses 




M 5 






35 Alexander Wallace, florist 




64 


Home for Aged Women 


4 9 Ban fort b street 




72 


Augelia B. Fobes 


Taylor street 






76 


John W. Dana 


67 Byron Stevens 








James W. Stevenson 




82 


Spring street 


73 William O. Blake 




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7 5 Miss Alice M. Kelley 




90 


William H. M. Leavitt 


Spring street 




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92 


Holman D. Waldron 


85 Dr. Lucinda B. Hatch 




94 


Harry F. Merrill 


Latham True 




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96 


Marshall R. Goding 


Robert Payson 


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100 


Spruce street / 

Philip J. Larrabee ^ 


S7 Ellsworth T. Rundlett 


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102 


Everett R. Josselvn 






104 


Silas H. McAlpine 


John F. A. Merrill 




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Benjamin H. Farnsworth 


91 Willis M. Chenery 




108 


George C. Orr 


95 George F. Gould 


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110 


Charles F. FJagg 


97 George W. Moody 


Qo. 


114 


Mrs. Annie B. Redlon 


99 Spruce street 


1 


116 


John Pike 


101 Darby E. Kavanagh 


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Charles E. Cousins 


109 Vacant 




118 


Charles F. Ayer 


117 Cushman street 




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120 


Mrs. Minnie A. Carter 


121 William R. Anthoine 







122 


Rev. Frank L. Wilkins 
Miss Frances R. Bibber 


125 Mrs. Sarah S. Plummer 

127 Edmund A. DeGarmo 




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124 


Charles B. Hinds 


Frank S. Morton 




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126 


Ernest A. Wheeler 


129 Vacant 




W CO 


128 


Herbert A. Roberts 


131 Emery G. Wilson 






Herbert A. Roberts 


133 John O. Marble 




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Alfred Johnson 


135 Harrie B. Coe 




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141 Pine street 


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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

ESSEX STREET. 

WARD 8. 

From Brighton avenue, N. C, easterly. 

William H. Benner — Vacant 

EVERETT STREET. 

WARD 2. 

From 12 Winthrop to 83 Anderson 

Thomas Cook 



Greenleaf street 

Vacant 

Charles C. Carleton 

Anderson street 



5 


Andrew O'Donoghue 


7 


Thomas B. Parker 


11 


Mrs. Mary Prindable 




Earle C. Hamilton 


13 


Vacant 


15 


Hans P. Lawsen 




Mrs. Sabina Garrity 


17 


Greenleaf street 


21 


Vacant 


23 


Emilio Ferringo 


27 


Vacant 


39- 


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EXCHANGE STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4. 
From 37!) Fore to 390 Congress. 



2 Exchange Street News Depot 

4 Cyrus H. Farley & Co., stained 
glass 
Philip H. Farley, broker 

6 O. M. & D. W. Nash, stoves, etc 

8-16 C. M. Rice Paper Co., s 



IS, 20 Montgomery Bros., shoe find- 
ings 

22 Vacant, s 

24 The Seavey Co., bookbinders 
Eastern Towel Supply Co., o 
Pines Bros., cigar mfrs 

26 W. U. Telegraph Co., o 

American Dist. Telegraph Co., o 

28 R. Cutler Libby, ins agt 
The Telepost Co., o 

30 The Associated Press, o 
Charles O. Barrows, stenog 
C. O. Barrows Co., typewriters 
E. P. & W. M. Payson, lawyers 
Henry W. Swasey, lawyer 

32 H. M. Payson & Co., bankers 

34 Board of Trade, rms 
Portland Wholesale 

Association 
The Bradstreet Co., 
agency, rms 1 and 2 
John Loveitt, ins inspector, rm 3 
I. C. Baker & Son, spring water, 

rm 5 
Portland Pipe Co., rm 5 
Spearin & Gifford, painters, rm 6 
Crocker-Jones Photo-Engra ving 
Co.. rms 7-8-9 



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Merchants' 
mercantile 



Louis Dubinsky, stand 
J. S. Morris & Co., brokers 
R. Williams & Co., com mer 
David L. Dick, apples 
Voigt Milling Co. 
Board of Trade Journal 
The Portland Lunch Co. 
Whalen Faucet and Filter Co. 
Motor Truck and Auto Co. 
Lyseth & Rounds, com mer, rm 5 
Frank H. Pierce, com mer, rm 6 
Ira Berry, watohmaker, rm 7 
Samuel W. Jordan, rm 8 
Thomas I. Jordan, com mer, rm 8 
Joshua G. Ross, broker, rm 8 
Charles W. Fenn, civil engineer, 

rms 9, 10 
Portland Marine Society, rm 2 
Field, Forest & Shore Pub. Co., 

rms 18, 20 and 21 
Chester L. Jordan & Co., ins agt 
Thomas H. Flaherty, ins agt 
Ralph H. Jordan, mining stock 
William D. Carruthers, ins agt 

15 Postal Tel. Cable Co., o 

17 Norton, Hall & Webster, ins agts 
Portland Marine Underwriters, o 

19-23 Vacant 

25-27 Milk street 

29 Prentiss Loring, Son & Co.. ins 
agts 

31 Vacant, s 

31% Rosenberg Bros., real estate 

Melville W. Kent, real est, rm 2 
Maurice E. Rosen, lawyer, rm 2 
H. & W. J. Knowlton, lawyers, 

rm 3 
James L. Rackleff, lawyer, rm 5 
Cumberland L. & B. Asso., o, rm 5 
R. G. Dun & Co.. mercantile 

agency, rms 8, 9 
Frederick H. Harford, lawyer, rm 

10 
Frederick H. Cobb, lawyer, rm 11 



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LEFT SIDE. 

EXCHANGE S'l'R 
Isaac W. Dyer, lawye 



42 



LgtS 



Melville A. Floyd, lawyer 

E. Roy Monroe, lawyer 

Carl W. Smith, lawyer 

E. A. Turner, lawyer 

Anderson Adams & Co., ins 

J. Putnam Stevens, ins agt 

J. Harris Pierce, freight agt 

James L. Cummings, broker 

Frederic Brunei, typewriter agent 

Columbian National Life Insurance 

Co. 
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter 
Co. 

4 2*4 A. C. Libby & Co., real estate 
George W. Morris, post cards 
Howard Davies, lawyer 
The G. F. Alexander Co., medi- 
cines 
G. F. Alexander & Co., real estate 

4 4 Underwood Typewriter Co. 

46 F. O. Bailey & Co., auctioneers 
Eugene C. Williams, express 

48 Turner, Barker & Co., ins agts 
Benjamin F. Harris, real estate 

48% Edward H. Wilson, lawyer, rm 1 
Fred E. Dow, constable, rm 1 
George A. Barrows, rm 1 
Albro E. Chase, lawyer 
I. P. Butler, real estate agt, rm 2 
Frank H. Clark, constable, rm 2 
Charles A. Skillings, real estate 

agt, rm 3 
Universal Office Supply Co., sta- 
tionery, rm 3 
John A. Hayden, stenographer 
Fred L. Hayden, stenographer 
John Harper, o 

Clark B. Dunton, mining stocks 
Royal Typewriter Co. 
Eastern Dredging Co., o 
A. R. Wright Co., coal 
Strout & Strout, Lawyers 
Virgil C. Wilson, lawyer 
Portland Street Sprinkling Co., o 
Frank Cammett, o 
Cumberland National Bank 

56-58 The Haskell- Armstrong Co., 
booksellers 



50 



52 



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60-62 



Mercantile Trust Co. 
O Middle street 



— Peter A. Cinquini, fruit stand 
66, 68 John A. Rolfe & Co., cigars 
70 Randall & McAllister, coal 
72 De Luna & Co.. barbers 
74-76 William H. Browne, rsnt 
78 Fremont E. Timberlake, banker 
80 St. Croix Land and Water Power 
Co. 
Fred N. Jordan, lawyer 
George T. Means, constable 
fc^fc"" Wilbur F. Dresser, real estate 

Levi Wevmouth, lawyer 
■J Fred F. Phillips, broker 

C^^i John J. Lvnch, lawyer 

^ Rossini Hall 

— 82 Maynard S Bird & Co., bond? 
84 Larrabee Electrical Co. 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
EET— Continued. 
31 % A. H. Whitman, 
rms 11-12 

E. C. Jordan & Co., civil engin- 
eers, rm 15 

Portland Photo Print Co, 
13-14 

33 George P. Dewey, ins agt 
Frank N. Deane, ins agt 
William O. Peterson, ins agt 

35 Dow & Pinkham, ins agts 

37 G. Mortimer Barney, ins agt 

39 Henry Deering, lawyer 
James C. Fox, lawyer 
George F. Duncan, broker 
Edward Woodman, lawyer 

F. A. Leavitt & Son, awnings 
41 E. C. Jones & Co., ins agts 

Jones Real Estate Co. 
43 Portland Sporting Goods Co. 
45 Thomas B. Mosher, .publisher 
George D. Loring, printer 
William J. Dyer, constable 
Maine State Society for the 

tection of Animals, o 
Smith & Sale, printers 
Merrifm Engraving Co. 
S. D. Knight, paper ruler 
47 M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. 
49 Allen, Sterling & Lothrop, seeds 
51 William Senter & Co., jewelers 
51% Harris & Jackson, stenog 
Howard E. Dyer, real estatf 

3, 4 
Willard Specialty Co., rm 5 
Maine Merchants' Assn., rm 6 
Benjamin Shaw & Co., real estate 

agts 
Clarence H. Burdin, rm 8 
National Cash Register Co. 
Frank B. Shephard & Co., real 

estate 
Reuben E. Snow, real estate 
First National Bank, rms 8-10 
Herbert A. Harmon, ins agt, rm 1 

F. S. & E. G. Vaill, real estate, 
rm 2 

Portland Realty Trust Co., rm 2 

G. Waldon Smith, ins agt, rm 4 
Loring & Bishop, ins agts, rm (5 
Elmer L. Wengren, broker, rm 

12 
Charles L. Foster, lawver, rm 14 
Clifford, Verrill & Clifford, law- 
yers, rms 13-15 
Libby, Robinson & Ives, lawyers, 

rms 16-18 
Leon V. Walker, lawyer, rm 17 
Anthoine & Talbot, lawyers, rms 

22-24 
A. Little & Co., com mer, rm 29 
Frederick W. Hinckley, lawyer, 

rm 26 
No-Tear Hose Protector Co. 
Benjamin G. Ward, lawyer, rm 26 
Percv M. Andrews, lawyer, rm 28 
S. W. Bates, patent attorney, o 

rm 28 
U. S. Weather Bureau, rms 30-32 
Albert E. Moore, artist, rm 34 
Harrv L. Ryder, janitor, rm 35 



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LEFT SIDE. 

EXCHAXGK STR 

J6 T/he C. F. Dunlap Agency, ins 
John H. Edwards, real estate 
William A. Derrah, real estate 
Charles M. Bailey, contractor 
Charles J. McDonald, real estate 
Smith Premier Typewriter, o 
New England Telegraph School 

<s George E. Smith, ins ag't 

Clifford A. Plummer, broker 
Fred M. Miller, real estate 

c.SVfc Isaac L. Elder, lawyer, rm 2 
Enoch O. Greenleaf, lawyer 
Robert W. DeWolf, lawyer 
Frank H. Haskell, lawyer, rm 4 
Charles McCarthy, Jr., o 
Walter P. Perkins, lawyer 
Thomas H. Gately, Jr., lawyer 
Gerry L. Brooks, lawyer 

mi Brown & McAloney Furniture Co. 

<2 Lewis Pierce, lawyer 
Henry Levin, tailor 
S. H. Colesworthy, Jr., real estate 
John A. "Waterman, lawyer 
Aimer J. Huston, bookseller 
Alfred L. Colesworthy, Jr., real est 
Harmon C. Crocker, linotype 

composition 
R. E. Henderson & Co., foresters 
Crowley & Lunt, publishers 

• 4 (rear) Edward E. Rogers, car- 

penter 

James T. Skelton. car- 
penter 

• Ira Crocker, broker 

New York Life Ins. Co., o 
is Casco Collateral Loan Co., o, rm 1 
.loseph B. Reed, .lawyer, rms 3, 4 
Augustus F. Moulton. lawyer, 

rms 5, 6 and 7 
John Howard Hill, lawyer, rms 

6, 6 and 7 
Emery G. Wilson, lawyer, rm 6 
John B. Kehoe, lawyer, rm 9 
Forest City BIdg. & Loan Asso- 
ciation, o, rm 9 
Wilbur C. Whelden, lawyer, rm 9 
Cecil Clav, stenographer, rm 9 
Lindley M. Webb, lawyer, rms 

10, 11 
Charles J. Nichols, lawyer, rms 

10, 11 
.To'hn F. A. Merrill, lawyer, rm 14 
George F. Noyes, lawyer, rm 14 
F. J. Smith Co.. publishers 
Miss Elinor S. Moody, stenog- 
rapher, rms 16-17 
School of Shorthand and Business, 

rms 16-17 
Bertram S. Peacock, lawyer, rms 

20-22 
Linwood F. Crockett, lawyer, rms 

20-22 
George iS. Murphy, lawyer, rms 

20-22 
Clarence E. Sawyer, lawyer, rms 

20-22 
James A. Connellan, lawyer, rm 24 
William A. Connellan. lawyer, 
rm 24 



RIGHT SIDE. 
BET — Continued. 
57 Illsley & Cummings, civil engi- 
neers, rm 36 
63 Middle 8treet 

65-79 Post Office 

Railway Mail Service 
Bureau of Animal Industry 
Post Office avenue 
83 Portland Savings Bank 
85 Sherman I. Gould, lawyer 
Ardon W. Coombs, lawyer 
Benjamin Thompson, lawyer 
John T. Fagan, lawyer 
Clarence A. Hight, lawyer 
Harry P. Sweetser, lawyer 
Harry L. Cram, lawyer 
George C. Wheeler, lawyer 

87 Portland Safe Deposit Co. 
Fidelity Trust Co., o 

80-93 Vacant 

95 E. F. Fassett, architect, rm 7 
Edward M. Rand, lawyer, rm 6 
Richard Webb, lawyer, rms 8-9 
Reynolds & Sanborn, lawyers, 

rms 10-11 
Advocate Publishing Co., rm 16 
Loyal Legion Headquarters, rm 16 
Charles R. Lombard, architect, 

rm 17 
Percy H. Lombard, lawyer, rm 17 
Fogg & Clifford, lawyers, rm 21 
Miss A. L. Sawyer, school of 
shorthand, rms 22-24 



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99 Eastern Argus Publishing Co. 



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100 



102 



George F. McQuillan, lawyer, rms 

25, 26 
David E. Moulton, lawyer, rms 

27-29 
Carroll W. Morrill, lawyer, rms 

27-29 
Morse, Payson & Noyes, ins agts 
George W. Sylvester, real estate 
F. A. Kimball Co., com mer 
Leighton & Hillis Co., real estate, 

rm 1 

Frank E. Barbour, real estate 
Portland Match Co. 
American Artificial Stone Co., rm 1 
Westlev M. Snow, real estate, rm 

26 
Sydney B. Larrabee, lawyer, rms 

32 and 33 
William C. Eaton, lawyer, rms 

41-42 
William W. Mitchell, real estate, 

rm 44 
Frank S. Wallace, real estate, rm 

44 
John M. Heighe. real estate, rm 47 
N. W. Hasten Co., notes 
102A Charles F. Flagg, broker 
104 A White Sewing Machine Co. 
Remington Typewriter Co. 
104 Casco Loan & Bldg. Assn., o 

Portland Loan & Bldg. Assn.. o 
106AOsrar L. Rideout, real estate 
Walter Gledhill 
Wales Adding Machine 
American Mercantile Co. 
D. F. Griffin & Bro., contractors 
M. M. Spicer & Co., loans 
S. S. Rich & Son. undertakers 
R. S. Davis Co., furniture, etc 

Federal street 
114 W. L. Wilson & Co., grocers 
114*4 Foster &■ Foster, lawyers 
Charles G. Briggs, lawyer 
Henrv Cleaves Sullivan, lawyer 
Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., Bldg 
L. M. Cousens & Co., mfrs agts 
Mason & Merrill, bankers 
Frederick V. Chase, lawver, rm 

202 
John F. Dana, lawyer, rm 202 
West. Beyer & Beyer Co., rm 205 
George F. West, gen mgr.. rm 205 
Edward C. Hersey, treas., rm 205 
Chester H. Peace, investment se- 
curities, rm 207 
Irving F. True, broker, rm 207 
Nathan & Henry B. Cleaves <£ 

Stephen C. Perry, lawyers, rms 

208-211 
Elmer Perry, lawyer, rm 210 
Albert S. Woodman, lawyer, rm 

301 
Robert Treat Whitehouse, lawyer, 

rm 301 
Clement F. Robinson, lawyer, rm 

301 
Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., rms 

302 303 
Rumford Falls Power Co., rms 

403. 404 



106 

108 



112, 



120 



101 
103 



Canadian Express Co. 
Prince's Express Co., o 



105 Tucker Printing Co., o 

105^ Eastern Water Co., o 

107 Charles E. Wheeler, drugs 



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,11, 113 Tiger Shoe Store 

115 W. H. Winslow, furniture slora* 

117 Myles F. O'Sullivan, plumber 

119 Edward D. Theriault, rsnt 



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COMMERCIAL ST. 



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LEFT SIDE. 

EXCHANGE STR 

Oxford Paper Co., rms 403-404 
Umbagog Paper Co., rms 403, 404 
Rumford Falls Realty Co., rms 

403, 404 
Rumford Falls Light & Water Co., 

rms 403, 404 
Otis Falls Pulp Co., rms 403, 404 
Montmorency Lumber Co., rms 403, 

404 
Portland & Rumford Falls R. R., 

rm 404 
Rumford Lumber Co., pulp wood, 

rm 404 
Sawyer & Moulton, consulting en- 
gineers, rm 406 
Wilson & Bodge, lawyers, rm 503 
Percy H. Richardson, civil eng., 

rm 604 
Richard E. Harvey, lawyer, rm 505 
William H. Gulliver, lawyer, rms 

508-514 
Noyes & Fletcher, investment 

bonds, rms 506-507 
Frank D. Marshall, lawyer, rrns 

508-514 
John W. Gulliver, lawyer, rms 

508-514 
Elton H. Thompson, lawyer, rms 

508-514 
Estate of Charles Forster, rm 515 
Walter B. Clarke, Jawver, rms 

601-602 
Henry D. S. Woodburv. lawver, 

rms 601-602 
Thaxter & Holt, lawyers, rms 

603-604 
W. K. & A. E. Neal, lawyers, rm 

605 
George Burnham, architect, rms 

607-609 
E. Leander Higglns, architect, rms 

607-609 
Pavson & Virgin, lawvers, rms 

610-614 
Jed F. Fanning, lawyer, rms 610- 

614 
Robert Pavson, lawyer, rms 610- 

614 
Frank Fellows, lawyer, rm 615 
Portland National Bank 
Congress street 



EET 

121 



RIGHT SIDE. 
—Continued. 

Plummer's Insurance Agency 
Mercantile & Manufacturers' Mu- 
tual Fire Insurance Co. 
Randolph H. Boynton, real estate 
Homestead Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 
F. H. & C. C. Plummer, ins agts 
Roscoe S. Davis, real estate 



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(rear) Charles H. Berg 


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George H. Talbot 


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Axel B. Osterberg 


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Anders R. Hamstrom 


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George H. Cummings 


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Guy A. Trask 


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Angus Douglas 


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William R. Totten 




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FAIRFIELD STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 117 Veranda to Casco Bay 

31 Frederick Buck 



3 7 Irving Gray 

Fred P. Harriman 
39 Henry P. Churchill 

Island street 

47 Vacant 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
FAIRMOUNT STREET. 

WARD 8. 

From 126 Beacon to opposite 98 Highland. 
16 Irving B. Andrews n Charles T. Peters 

24 Edward L Brown ,7 Frank M. Larrabee 

4 4— Highland street 4 3— Highland street 



FALL itltOOK STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From !»06 Washington avenue. 

7 Mrs. Mary M. Whitten 
13 Reuben A. Stoddard 

Mrs. Sarah E. Hinkley 
17 Orin P. Archambeau 



Allen McLean 
Augustine G. Howe 
William Anderson 
Walter S. Todd 
Melvin J. Berry- 
Howard W. Turner 



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FALMOUTH STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 386 Forest avenue to 251 Deering avenue. 

3 George E. Smith 
9 Charles E. Rowe 

25 Mrs. Abiel Smith 

Walter L. Card 
29 Elmer E. Clifford 
41 Fred C. Tolman 
4 5 Albert G. Spicer 
4 7 Vacant 
41) Mrs. Dora F. Dunning 

Er.lon M. Richardson 
57 William L. Cobb 
61 Lincoln W. Alexander 

Wyer Greene 

Oakdale street 
69 Mrs. Lydia H. Hawes 

Mrs. Ida M. Guptill 
79 Silas B. Adams 
85 Samuel H. Thompson 

Charles W. Plummer 
93 Augustus F. Moulton 
99 Edward G. Beechwood 
105 William R. Berry 

W. Mortimer Fawcett 
1 1 5 Harlan P. Ingalls 
121 — Deering avenue 



Deering avenue 



FAHRIXGTOX PLACE. 

WARD 4. 
From 431 Congress to 298 Cumberland avenue. 



2 Chadwick House 

6 Almon C. Waite 

Danish Rheumatic Cure Co. 
8 William K. Stevens 
10 — ■ Cumherland avenue 



1 Mrs. Mary E. Deehan 
3 Oliver H. Carter 
5 Mrs. Marie E. Austin 
7 Mrs. Helen M. Hargrave 
9 Cyrus M. Lamb 
11 — ■ Cumberland avenue 






FAYETTE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Casco Ray westerly to 157 Veranda. 
Charles E. Hammond 

Veranda street — Veranda street 



NEW ENGLAND Manufacturers of Highest Grade 
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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



FEDERAL STREET. 

WARDS 2, 3, 4. 
From 24 Mountfort to 277 Middle, junction Monument squa 



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Joseph Sabo 

Mrs. Amelia Parrs 

Mrs. Bertha C. Simpson 

Frank Rich 

John Mulkern 

Mrs. Mary E. Stanton 

Capt. Daniel Peterson 

Harry Waters 

Hancock street 
Vacant 
Simon Finn 
Max Rosen 
Samuel L. Greenberg 
Hazzareno Cacciagrano 
Jacob Rosen 
Mrs. Mary Geary 
Louis Zamft 
Benjamin Voraftik 
John Currie 
Jur Simon 
George W. Burnett 
Robert M. Bloom 
Abe Levi 
George Anderson 
Abel Sheper 
Samuel Abrahamson 
Max Drabrosky 
Rudolph E. Brill 
Rev. Morris Lebovitz 
Morris R. Barron 
Joseph Lyons 
Jasper W. Byrant 
James B. Manchester 
Aaron Z. Berman 
Frank J. LaRose 
Edward A. Libby, carpenter 
Abraham Lazarovitch 
David Davidson 

O India street 
Mrs. Florence S. Rowe 
John F. Halcrow 
J. Warren Chase 
Miss Susan A. Corson 
Rev. Agnello Santagnello 
St. Peter's Italian Roman Catholic 

Church 
Rudolph H. Shellhcrn 
% Mrs. Mary Graney 
Matthew J. Flaherty 
David Epstein 
Herman Cohen 

Hampshire street 
Joseph Vanier 
Abram Schwartz 
Walter R. Curtis 
Joseph Rosenberg 
Mdchael M. Quirk 
Louis Maxtnan 
Miss Marv A. Hedlev 
William H. Booth 
108 Mrs. Nora Christie 

Franklin street 
William Gregory 
Albion W. Small 
George M. Rirkford 
Thomas J. Hennesey. lodging h 



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India street 

Abraham Robinson 

Jacob Robinson 

Thomas Payne 

Edward Burns 

Marks Goodkovsky 

Louis Maxman 

Benjamin Press 

Patrick Coyne 

John Silke 

John C. Brady 

Hugh Haley 

George P. Cady 

George H. Pennell 

Mrs. Annie Anthony 

(rear) Mrs. Isabell McManus 

Alexander Gibson 
Michael Rulinsky 
Jacob E. Rulinsky 
Philip M. Cormier 
Jacob Rodman 
M. Needelman 
Nathan Si gal 
Abraham Widrowitz 
Morris Silverman 
Jacob Michaelowsky 
James Snider 
Arthur Davidson 
Morris Kaufman 
Hiram Mack 

O Hampshire street 
Michael Lynch 
Alpheus L. Lombard 
Samuel B. Stillman 
James Wickham 
Mrs. Kate Gerard 
Mrs. Eliza A. Fickett 
Louis Hayes 
Mrs. Bessie Ray 

Franklin street 
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Pearl street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



FEDERAL, STKEET- 



118 

122 

124 
126 
130 

142 



184 



196 
198 



204 



204 

206 
208 
210 



212 
214 



216 
218 

220 
222 
224 
226 



232 
234 
236 
240 

242 
246 
248 

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Electrical Appliance Building 

Fremont place 
Augustus H. Prince 
John N. Long 
Mrs. Eliza A. Swett 
Mrs. Nellie Kirkup 
Deaconess Home 

Church street 
County Court House 
Pearl street 
Federal Court House 
Market street 
Exchange street 
R. S. Davis Co., furniture, etc 
W. H. Smith, teamster 
Albert M. Carter, barber 

- 194 Robert D. Libby, st 
Hunt's Express, o 
Mrs. Leah Blumenthal, rsnt 

-200 Charles W. Robinson, st 
Leighton's Express 
Mathias Bruns, shoe repairer 
Charles E. Carter, express 
Jensen & Rosenblad, painters 

A Daniel E. Kerr, sign painter 
Cornelius S. O'Rourke, plasterer 
Vaca n t 

Huskins & Seifert, painters 
Patrick J. Mulkerin, truckman 
James A. Conwell, cigars 

O Temple street 
George W. Ross, barber 
Daniel Hall, engraver 
Roscoe G. Hall, engraver 
M. B. Bourne & Son, slaters 
Vacant 

Charles O. Oberg, shoe repairer 
Denis F. Kincade, express 
A. H. "Ward & Son, plasterers 
Mrs. Lizzie Pierce 
John A. Folwartschny, locksmith 
Jewett Printing Co., printers 
Charles G. Kenney, harness mfr 
Charles G. Kenney, express 
Humphrey S. Sinnett, rsnt 
David Epstein, shoe reparier 

-238 James H. McGlinohev. rsnt 
J. L. Brackett & Co., trunk mfrs 
Read & Kincaid, teamsters 
Talbot. Brooks & Ayer, hardware 
George W. Merrill, drugs 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
-Continued. 
Joshua L. Taylor 



151 Vacant 

153 H. E. Davis & Co., plumbers 
li>5 Vacant 

15"7 W. H. Winslow & Co., storage 
161 W. H. Winslow & Co., matresses 
163 S. C Ripley & Co., furniture 
165-167 W. H. Winslow & Co., furni- 
ture 
169 Marks Goodkovsky, tailor 
169% W. H. Winslow & Co., furniture 

Market street 
175 Dyer Vulcanizing Co. 
179 Tiger Shoe Store 
181 Exchange street 

185-187 W. L. Wilson & Co., grocers 
1S9-191 John S. Cushman, undertaker 



193 
195 
197- 

203 



Libby & Smith, printers 

Edgar E. Austin, job printer 
199 Portland Directory, o 

Lefavor-Tower Company, printers 

J. E. Goold & Co., wholesale 
drugs 

Edward S. Brooks, express 

Whitney's Express 

Hodgson's Express, o 

Carl L. Whipple, express 

Davis City Parcel Express, o 

Haskell's Express, o 

Trader's Express, o 
213 Kendall & Whitney, agricul- 
tural implements 
Temple street 

Lewis A. Roberts, rsnt 

Howard M. Dearing, barber 

Mrs. Rebecca Church 

Thomas Tilly, lodging house 

Harry D. Levin, tailor 

The Woodcock Lunch 

Vacant 

Miller & Stuart, plumbers 

Vacant 

Mrs. Marcia A. Dresser, rsnt 
235-239 Talbot, Brooks & Ayer, paints, 
etc 

Jellison's Express 

Talbot, Brooks & Ayer, hardware 

Joseph Lacross, barber 

The Albion 

Monument square 



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215 
217 
219 
221 

223 
225 
227 
229 
231 
233 



241 

245 

217 



250 William T. McDonough, rsnt 
— Ml<l<lle street 259 — 

FELLOWS STREET. 

WARD 8. 

Brom Brighton avenue beyond Belfield, northerly to Woodford. 

11 George R. Morrill 
Montrose avenue Montrose avenue 

Woodford street — Woodford street 

FERNALD STREET. 
WARD 9. 
From 746 Washington avenue southeasterly to Back bay. 
T. Elden Foss 
Henrv A. Morgan 
William H. Littlefleld , ._ 

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Glasses Made and Repaired Lensea Duplicated Promptly 



11,000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
East of Boston. 



THE SUNDAY TELEGRAM 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



141 





L,Jfii< T «1L)E. 






RIGHT SIDE. 






FESSENDEN STREET. 








WARDS 8, 


9. 




From 410 


Forest avenue to 


Brighton avenue. 


10 


Frank C. Johnson 




9 


William S. Rand 




Norman W. Fogg 




11 


Fred L. Saunders 




J. Frank Connor 




15 


Henry E. Burnell 


14 


George H. McKenney 






John S. Lysaght 




Louville A. Gilpatrick 




17- 


21 Vacant 


18- 


22 Vacant 




25 


Charles H. Small 


24 


Charles D. Moses 






Seth F. Clark 




Mrs. .Elizabeth Cobb 




2 9 


William E. Carter 


28 


Ralph L. Huot 




33 


Mrs. Amanda M. Sawyer 


30 


Arthur W. Hawkes 






John G. Sawyer 


34 


Edwin F. Jose 




4 3 


Albus R. Cobb 


3 6 


Horace W. Phillips 




15 


William S. Pinkham 


40 


Lorenzo F. Dyer 






Oliver P. Jewett 




Olin E. Bennett 




51 


Willis S. Loveitt 


48 


Charles O. Waterman 




55 


Faustino Delavina 


52 


Charles H. Sewell 




59 


Samuel W. Shaw 


58 


Vacant 




63, 


65 Oakdale street 


G2 


Mrs. Bradford H. Matson 


71 


Mrs. Alice Murphy 


64, 


66 Oakdnle street 




75 


Lewis A. Goudy 


70 


Samuel A. Packard 




79 


Clyde W. Pierce 


76 


Walter H. Roberts 




83 


Warren I. Carney 


78 


Ansel G. Sawyer 




85 


Edward G. Foden 


8 2 


John A. Lidback 




91 


Albert M. Carter 


88 


Samuel H. Goooh 






Albert M. Brackett 


92 


Ambrose P. Leighton 
Dr. William MacVane 




93 


Fred C. Watson 


96 


Fred C. Smith 




97 


Mrs. Martha E. Cole 


100 


Edward Sawyer 




105 


Louis Rogers 


104 


James G. Berryman 




113 


Charles H. Bucknam 


108 


Daniel F. Moody 






Irving T. Pettengill 


118 


Deering avenue 




117 


Ueering avenue 


— 


Brighton avenue 


— 


Brighton avenue 



FOBES STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From about 1302 Washington avenue. 



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FLEETWOOD STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Capislc, beyond Wolcott to Brighton avenue. 
8'7 Charles E. Weeks 
93 Stanley E. Bradley 
Brit: hi on avenue — Brighton avenue 

FLORENCE STREET. 

WARD 9. 

Prom 79 Pleasant avenue to 60 Hartley. 



Clinton street 

16 Mrs. Abbie V. Pettengill 
Stephen M. Jarrett 

Hartley street 



From 
2-82 Portland Co., shops 



7 


Samuel Ridlon 


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Clinton street 


13 


Abel H. Strickland 


15 


William A. Colby 


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Hartley street 



FORJE STREET. 

WARDS 1, 2, 3, 4. 
2 Atlantic to 2 Danforth. 

7 Bernard C. Donahue 

Albion L. Buck 
9 Stephen K. Dyer 

Crear) Henry Ridgeway 
17 19 St. Ln^vreuee street 



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LEFT SIDE. 


RIGHT .SIDE. 


FORE STREET — Continued. 


Portland Co., machinists 25 


John B. Griffin 


27 


Fred Sutherland 


29 


Coleman O'Malley 


31 


Patrick Shanahan 


33, 


35 Watervllle street 


37 


Mrs. Mary C. Goud 




James Alexander 




Edward A. Nixon 


4 3 


Daniel Desmond 




Andrew P. Johnson 




(rear) Mrs. Anna C. Elliott 




Parker L. Saunders 


47 


John J. Clark 




Ernest Nicholas 




(rear) Thomas T. Gannon 




Joseph Welch 




Michael Welch 




Mrs. Sablna Mulkern 




Mark Foley 


53 


William Stanhope 




Clinton H. Whitmore 


59 


Walter Lee 


61 


Michael King- 




John W. Wilkins 




William J. Thompson 




Freeman lane 


67 


Jame Sohn 




Jame Sohn, grocer 


69 


James Thompson 




Donald Hill 




Norman E. Messer 




John Thornton 


73 


Mrs. Jennie Fessenden 


75 


Alfred P. Deluca 




Alfred P. Deluca, grocer 


77 


Newbury street 


79 


Mrs. Amelia Dolfonso, grocer 




(rear) Francisco Meo 




Gosappo Desarno 


81 


Oosimo Bruno 




Michael Covell 


85 


Vincenzo Feroso 


87 


Raffaele Bruno 


91 


Frank Tomaro 




James A. Breen 




Patrick Mulkern 


95 


Raphael Ferrant 




Angelo Spaediccai 


97 


Antonio Satari 




Louis Tripaldi 


101 


Nicolo Alberti 


103 


James Stefanis 


105 


Edward R. Lincoln 




George S. Latham 


123, 


125 Mount fort street 


133- 


151 The Thomas Laugblin Co. 


155 


George Walters 


Gt. T. Railway freight house 


John Gubbins 


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Mrs. Alice McCarthy 


161 


Patrick Geary 




Patrick Greely 




Mrs. Claire E. Bowden 




Michael Lyden 




Festus Gorham 


163 


Hnneoek street 


167 


Frank J. Holland, drugs 


169 


John F. Lamon 




Thomas Kiley 




Mrs. Bridget Brennan 



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155 George Walters 
134 



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208 
212 



214 
216 
220 



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306, 
310. 
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324 
326 
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LEFT SIDE. 



.198 India street 

Andrew Eagan 

Joe Fellosi 

Michael Coyne 

Mrs. Frances Graico 

Mrs. Thomas Foley 

Bradbury court 

Michael Guinee 

Chase Transfer Co., stable* 

Mrs. Catherine Cronin 

Vacant 

(rear) Joseph Dobson 

Joe Cosenz 

Portland Importing 
grocers 

Hebrew Synagogue 

Vacant 

Nicholas Segal 

Eugene F. Knight 

Victor Pelosi, drugs 

Leonard Russo 
254 Franklin street 

260 Jacob Rich, rsnt 

George L. Bracy, rsnt 

Raphaele Vaohiano 

Jacob Dan sky 

Thomas Raymond 

Joseph Fondosea 

Charles Friel 

Stephen S. Place 

Angelo Nicolors 

Daniel K. Frazier 

Harold Gray, rsnt 

Alexander McRae, barber 

Sam Seigle 

Louis Warsofsky 

Abe Geisinger 

John Martel 

Bernard Rosen 

Tony Ray 

Barbado Napolitano, pool 

Antonio Rega 

Abraham Taylor 

Frank M. Deluca 

(rear) Frances Cando 
Michael Angelo 

Peter DeRise 
Dudley Coyne 

Mrs. Margaret Connelly 



292 Vacant, sh 

Johnston & Smith, blacksmiths 
Vacant, st 

Knight Rros., brass founders 
30S CiiNtom House street 

314 U. S. Custom House 
31 R Pearl street 

Vacant, s 

Vacant 

Robinson Bros., clothing 

Abram Leincovetz, cigars 

Tsrael Davis 

Abraham Simansky 

William Klaman 

Tsrael Davis, •clothing 



RIGHT SIDE. 
FORE STREET— Continued. 

169 Mark Foley 
171 Vacant 

173, 175 The Maine Dairy Co. 
177, 179 Grand Trunk Hotel 
185, 187 Atlantic House 
191 John W. Connolly 
193-197 India street 

203 Vacant, sh 
205 George Serafino, grocer 
205A Angelo Amea, shoe repairer 
207 John M. Heaney 
20 9 Vacant, s 
211 Mifrhael P. Foley 
whol 219 Benjamin F. Morgan 
221 Coleman Ring 
221% Israel Romanow, junk 

Felip Gerber 
223 Vacant 
223A Eli Klaman 
225 John McDonough 
225% Sabato Tennerillo 
227 Joseph Manier, grocer 
227A Louis Na.ppi 
229 Vacant 
229 y 2 James Doolan 
231 Samuel Goldstein, fruit 
Simon Abram 

Hampshire street 
Vacant 

Goodman Harris 
Goodman Harris, dry goods 

Franklin street 
Antony Urbano, grocer 
Reuben Slotsky 
(rear) Mrs. Nellie Wallace 
Willard House 
Miss Catherine Nash 
Miss Daisy C. Robson 
frear) Vacant 

Barbado Napolitano, grocer 
Barbado Napolitano 
Alexander McRea 
Miss Helen Ridley 
Mrs. Thomas Vacco 
Louis Blumenthal, grocer 

Chatham street 
Orlandello Denote grocer 
Joseph Belefacto 
Tony Cebriano 
Orlandello Denote 
Seamen's Bethel 
Bethel Kindergarten 
289 Sen Sen Chicklet Co. 



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239 
245 
249 
251 

253 
255 

257 
261 



2 67 

271 



273 

275 



277 
279 



281 

283 



281 

291, 293 



Deer street 



295 Samuel J. Agger, clothing 

297 Samuel J. Agger, clothing 

299 Samuel J. Agger 

301 John Zeitman. clothing 

303 John Zeitman 

305 Thomas Tillev, pool 

Michael Twomey 

307 Wm. Gray & Son, painters 
309 Vine wtreet 

311 Orr & Jennings, machinists 

313 Samuel Cohen, rsnt 

315 Louis Saltzman 

317 Thomas Black 

319 Pearl Street Drug Store 



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332 
334 
336 
338 
340 
342 



bam Goldman, boarding house 

Vacant 

Abraham Goldberg, tailor 

Abraham Goldberg 

Frank Sherman 

Frank Sherman, cigars 
Silver street 

Thomas Coleman, rsnt 

James Mulkern 

Vacant, s 

John Coyne 

Mrs. Mary Coyne 

David Abrahamson, clothing 

Mrs. Henry A. Miller, boarding 1 

Harry Sheridan 

William Ligon 

Charles W. Leighton 

Charles Kerns, cigars 

Charles Fifield 

Edward Davis 

Vacant 

Market street 

Marcus S. Goldblatt, clothing 

Portland Boys' Club 

Sherman E. Nelson, confectionery 

William Kronberg, pool 

Portland Longshoreman's Benevo- 
lent Society 

Samuel Dulitsky, barber 
382 Moult on street 

386, 390 F. & C. B. 
stoves, etc 

Maine Light, Heat & 

Hall & Hall, printers 

Alfred R. Dumbard, barber 
394 True Bros., brush mfrs 
Charles A. Rounds, com merchant 
Henry L. Forhan, canned goods 
104 Vacant 
Storehouse 

410 United Packers, o 
Valvoline Oil Co., o 
New Gloucester Pack 

Dana street 
Maine Bottle Co. 
Vacant, s 
Abraham Wise 
Mrs. Catherine Crane 
Louis Matson Co., hop 
Portland Stove Repair 
422A Joseph Bartfield 
Max Abrahamson 
Beacon Light Lodging House 
Satin Gloss Polish Co., o and fac 

Private way 
Nathan Wood & Son, patent med- 
icines 
Harris & "Williams, printers 
R. H. & G. A. Roberts, pickle mfrs 
James E. Morgan & Co., mattress 

mfrs 
Matson Bros. Co., hop beer 
Portland Bottling Co. 
438% John A. Lidback. machinist 
440, 442 Ohas. E. Babbitt, brass fndr 
444-44S Woodman-Cook Co., silver 
plated ware 



FORE STREET— Continued. 
333-337 



RIGHT SID I 



344 
346 
348 
350 

354 
3'56 



358 
360 
362 



366 
368 
370 
372 
374 

376 
380, 
384. 



388 

392, 
396 

398 
400- 
406 
408, 



412 
414 
416 
418 

420 
422 



424 
426 

428 

430 
432 
434 

436 

4 38 



363 
3 65 

367, 

371 
373 
375 

377 



395 
397 
399 

401 



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Nash Co., 407 

Power Co. 409 
411 
413 
415 
417 
425 
435 



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J no. J. Lappin & Co., grain, etc 
339 John E. Parr, rsnt 
341 E. M. Lang Co. 
343 George E. Powers, barber 

Silver street 
34o-3o7 Armory 
359, 361 Market street 

Edward G. Foden, cigars 
Eastman Bros., barbers 
Edward S. Griffin, carver 
369 Mark A. Sulkowitch, 

brokers 
Peter D. Miller, sign painter 
Mark A. Sulkowitch 
Reuben K. Dyer, tailor 
Louis J. Maguire, drugs 
377AU. S. Shipping Comm'rs, 
Atlantic Coast Seamen's 
Samuel Abrahamson, tailor 
379 Herman Bernstein, clothing 
381-389 Exchange street 

393 Vacant, s 

Abraham J. Bernstein, clothing 
Walter H. Rich, printer 
Abraham J. Bernstein, clothing 

Fox court 
The Welch Stencil Co., 
stamps, etc 
403, 405 F. M. Brown Paint Co. 
and oils 
Simon Miller, clothing 
Louis Helfont 
Cony Ketz, clothing 
Eastern Loan Co. 
Vacant 

Nathan Anovitch, shoe repairer 
Harry M. Feinberg, pawnbroker 

Plum street 
Morris J. Rozinsky, 
Patrick Davis 
Patrick King 
David Goldstein 
Abraham Stetnick 
Ackerman Bros. 

elry 
Lewis Levi 
Nathan Korman 
Joseph Weiss 
Abraham Berenson 
Benjamin Levi, boots, 
Samuel Elowitch 
Peoples Clothing Co. 
Abraham Robinson, clothing 
453 Union street 

Jason Taylor, cigars 
Charles Israelson, clothing 
Y 2 C. Israelson, clothing 



rubber 



paints 



439 
441 



443 
445 
447 
449 
451, 
455 
457 
4 57 
45 9 



clothing 



clothing and jew- 



etc 



461 
465 
467 



4 67 1 , 



Adolf Brinker 
Morris Brownstone 
Archibald P. McDonald 
Bernard Cohan 
Morris Brownstone, gro 
Vacant 

Nathan Anowitch 
Himy Levi 
. Isaac Zuonkins 
Morris Rozinsky 
Arthur Davidson 



WATKINS 



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and Dyers 



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I 31 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest A ve. 



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Union street 

450 Martin J. Walsh, cigars 

4 52 Vacant, s 

454-458 Hamlin-Foster Auto Co. 

454A Millard S. Davis, boarding house 

456 Hamlin Rocking Grate Co. 

Vacant, s 

Vacant, s 

The "William Scott Co., roofers 

Consolidated Electric Light Co. of 
Maine, stock rm 

Acme Machine Co. 

474 Cross street 

478 Delano Mill Co., mill 

A. R. Doten, lumber 



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475 



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455 
460 
462 

4 66 



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472. 
476, 

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Rumery, building 



Center street 

51 S Vacant 

520 Vacant 

f.22 Bernard Apotheker, junk 

5 2 4 — York street 

FOREST 

WARDS 
From 575 Congress 
6 Congress Square Hotel 
8 William W. Souviney, barber 
12 Henry C. Harmon, billiards 
14 William E. Ela, granite & marble 
16 Diamond Tire Co. 
18. 20 Alberts. Conant, custom tailor 
22 Green Trading Stamp Co. 
24-30 Harmon Automobile Co. 
34-40 Jackson school 
4 2 Miss E. Murphy, lodging house 

frear) Mrs. Huldah J. Field 
George Mannette 
M John T. G. Fuller 

Charles G. Smith 
16 Mrs. Elizabeth Morrill 
50 J. Frank Conner 

Gilbert H. Ward 

Mrs. Carrie E. Hinckley 
52 Mrs. Ida M. Patterson 

Isaac A. Sweetser 

O Cumberland avenue 
68 Mrs. Eliza C. Twombly 
70 Mrs. Rose A. McMenamon 
<2 Frederick Winslow 
76 Mrs. Oliver F. Cressey 

Atwood J. Holden 
SO Pearl L. Smith 
«4 Edgar S. Poller 



Joseph Wendell 

Louis Siegal, shoemaker 
Mrs. Matilda Ridiger 

James Ross 

Israel Glovsky 

Jacob Glovsky 

Pelce Weiss, clothing 

Harry F. Greely, laundry 
Cross street 

Jo<hn Doyle, rsnt 

491 John W. Murrav, painter 

Walter S. Cobb 

Coleman Gorham 

Merrill F. Chandler 

Philip Gorham 

Otis Elevator Co. 

F. H. Butler, millinery 
497A Orlando A. Hanson 

Patrick Clancy 

John Doyle 

Charles A. Shellhorn 

Vacant, s 

Joseph H. Clayton, horseshoer 

Arthur L. Frame, blacksmith 
Cotton street 

Coleman Welch, cigars 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Antonio Puiia, billiard hall 

Daniel E. Brown, barber 

Arthur L. Huff, grocer 

Edward F. Feeney, cigars 
Center street 
Pleasant street 
Danforth street 



477 
481 
4S3 
487 
4S9, 
493 



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497 



499 
501 



505 
507 
509 
511 
513 
515 
517 
519 



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5, 8, 9. 
to Westbrook line. 

1, 3 Simmons & Hammond, drugs 
5 Congress Square Lunch 
Mrs. Annie Madsen 
Mrs. Laura M. Martell 
7 Wong G. T7oy, laundry 
15 Forest City Garage 
17 Convention Hall 
19 Mank-Stuart Motor Car Co. 

H. W. Blanchard, automobiles 
G. A. Blanchard, automobiles 
Hi!!>orn eourt 
21 Mrs. Fannie A. Day 

Mrs. R. A. Shaw 
23 Richard Morton 

Sidney Dibby 
27 Harry F. Fuller, plumber 

Twentieth Century Chemical Co. 
29 George A. Lane, harness maker 

Frank L. Peterson 
31 Harris H. Crandall, carriage 

mnfr 
33 Mrs. Harriet E. Cunningham 

Edwin B. Wight ' 
35, 37 Clarence E. Allen, st 
Allen's Transfer 

Delano" eonrt 
45 Xew England Telephone and Tel- 
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LEFT SIDE. 

FORES 

Albert S. Spaulding 

Joseph W. Plurnmer 

William L. Duley 

Harris H. Crandall 

Miss Sarah E. Stickney 

Children's Heart Work Society 

Henry M. Parker 

Chester D. Lane 

Alonzo T. Strout 

Frank P. Pinder 

Mrs. Margaret W. Bruce 

William Kennedy 

Frank C. Mangum 

Edgar F, Rogers 

Fred Gormley 

Portland street 

J. M. Edwards & Son, grocers 

Mrs. Edith E. Bailey 

Mrs. Annie M. Wiggins 

Rodney L. Berry 

Eli J. Francoir 

Lemuel L. Jackson 

James Humphrey 

Marston W. Orne 

William H. Sullivan 

Otis N. Bersalon 

Frederick E. Loud 
Mrs. Mary McCrosson 

(rear) Dennis McCrosson 
Jonas L. Niles 
Frederick O. Brown 
Soren C. Bogh 
Mrs. Josie D. Winsor 
William H. Hannaman 
Andrew Waite 
Albert S. Fickett 
Malach M. Harris 
Frank Simonds, junk 
William Southerland 
Roger McGrath 
John G. Hanscom 
William J. Roach 
(rear) Mrs. Celia E. MeGonagle 
Benjamin Nason 
James M. Swan 
Ebkar Malconian 
Crear) Wentworth Salp Stable 
Mrs. Louise Allen 
Mrs. Gertrude Vollens 
170 Casco Tanning Co., o 
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B. * M. R. R. 



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184 
II 



194-200 



Marginal wa: 



218 
222 
224 
228 

230 

232 



234 

238 



242 
244 



Atwood J. Holder), blacksmith 

Elhridge M. Stiles, carpenter 

Elbridge M. Stiles 

Mrs. Margaret Beckford 

Robert Barton 

John Malia 

Charles W. Graffam 

Charles E. Robinson 

Patrick J. Geason 

John S. Rioux 

frear) Charles C. Barter 

Albert Webster 

Walter Gleason 

Portland St. Sprinkling Co., st 

Harry Tove 

Fred P. Angell 

Jacob Anderson 



75 
79 
81 

85 

S7 
89 
91 

95 

97 

99 

103 

105 



113 

115 

117 

121 
125 
127 
129 
131 
135 
137 

139 
141 
143 
145 
149, 
153 

155 
157 

159 
161 

163 
165 



169 
181 
180-1 
195-1 



RIGHT SIDE. 
Continued. 
Charles (S. S. Sederquest 
J. Elforest Prescott 

Cumberland avenue 
Erastus E. Lombard 
George Dana Libby 
Ernest L. Porter 
Edwin G. Thorne 
Llewellyn R. Smith 
Fred L. Burnham 
(rear) Vacant 
Ernest L. Bennett 
Roy P. Legrow 
Miss Annie Donnelly 
Mrs. Margaret Brennan 
William Garland 
Mrs. Marie Hansen 
Mrs. Emma Sawyer 
E. Frank Snell 
Alfonse L. Laflamme 
Clarence S. Scaife 
Alonzo S. Cobb 
Henry Bird 
Horace E. Meserve 
Miss Abby C. Leavitt 
Atwood P. Davis 
William H. Marston 
Mrs. Charlotte E. Littlejohn 
Howard M. Thaxter 
Mrs. Mary A. Leighton 
(rear) Speros Tomaras 

John Casbin 
Mrs. Carrie Young 
Laura B. Perham 

Portland street 
John W. Collins 
Isaac A. Hall 
Ira P. Woodbury 
Mrs. Mary J. Woodbury 
Elie Palias 
Elie Pallas, shoe repairer 

Potter's lane 
Park Hotel 
William Levecque 
Charles G. Raymond, st 
Charles G. Raymond 
Mrs. Carrie Haddock, bakery 
Sanford Crossman 
William Davidson 
Mrs. Amelia A. Burke 
John E. Ryan 
John E. Ryan, variety 
Mrs. Mary A. Sweeney 
Private stable 
151 Vacant, st 
Mrs. Catherine M. Benson 
Levi S. Oliver 
Frank Gaglarde 
Thomas Taylor 
John J. Green 

Martyr street 
Joseph L. Levecque 
Clarence E. Doyle 
James A. Brown 
Mrs. Alice Quimby 
Archie A. Gallant 
(rear) Vacant 
Cox & Ward, hay and grain 

R. & M. R. R. 
93 KeuiH'hee street 

99 Marginal nay 



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Bank and Office Furniture 



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244 
246 



LEFT SIDE. 



Soren Nielson 
John Anderson 



RIGHT SIDE. 



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FOREST AVENUE — Continued. 



25S-264 



Winslow street 



282 



2S4 

286 
292 
318 
320- 
386- 
398 
402 
408 

410, 
418 

426 

430 

432 

434. 
440 
448 
454 
456. 
468 
472 
476 
480, 
484 
486 
488 
490 
502 
506, 
524 
530 
552 
554 
556 

560 
564 

570 
572, 
598 
€18 

620 

630 

636 
640 



Neils J. Larsen 

Otto W. Larsen 

John E. Hamilton 

William D. MacLean 

Hans P. Hanson 

Nils Ek 

George Brackett 

Lincoln E. Hall 
324 Bedford street 

390 Falmouth street 

Henry M. Noyes 

Vacant 

Hugh J. Kennedy 

Mrs. Julia A. Lord 

412 FeNNenden street 

Robert F. Dyer 

Elen S. Burns 

Jerome L. Watson 

John Harper 

Luther A. Cheney 

Alonzo Wentvvorth 

Howard G. Crown 
436 ritt street 

Wellington H. Wart 

Frank H. Butler 

Mrs. Annie Collins 
4 58 William street 

Edward G. Woodford 

Abraham L. T. Cummings 

Burton Smith 
482 Dartmouth street 

Edward C Farnsworth 

David H. Watson 

Henry C. Manchester 

Mrs. Cornelia C. Robinson 

George E. Sawyer 
508 Noyes street 

Frederick Tarbox 

Fred E. Wheeler 

James A. Conley 

George F. Scribner 

Charles Jarrett 

Mrs. Ellen Beardsworth 

George E. Hawkes 

George F. Black 

Edward F. Carlton 
574 Coyle street 

602 Lincoln street 

Frederick C. Larsen 

Maurice S. Brown 

Niels Simonson 

Thomas A. Smith 

632 Revere street 

Vacant 

Charlie W. Tong, laundry 



€42, 644 L. P. Senter & Co., grocers 



6 46 Vacant 



233 

241 

24 3 
245 

247 

249 



253 



207, 217 Portland R. R. power house 
221 Jerome L. Watson, coal and wood 
227 Frank A. Robinson, tobacco and 
cigars 

Neils C. Jenson 

Henry A. Burnham 
Green's lane 

Martin Qualter 

Martin Greaney 

Christian Lauritzen 

Joseph O. Bombarde 
Lang's lane 

Edward M. Lang, jr 

(rear) Arthur L. Devlin 
Jens M. Jensen 

Fred T. Davis 

Mrs. Henrietta W. Witham 

Daniel J. Crowley 

(rear) James J. MacDaid 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 
o and works 
257, 258 Pottery lane 

263 Frederick H. Ripley 

George H. Parsons 

(rear) Frank A. Cary 
273 Charles G. Allen 
277 James E. Fowler 
279 Mrs. Maude Center 
283 Mrs. Harriette W. Hersey 
289 Eugene St. Clair 
293 Joseph W. Hersev 
313 George W. Owen 
389 Clarence E. Bangs, grocer 
457 Mrs. Lucy E. M. Brown 

Nelson L. Worthley 
509 Albert G. Rollins 
521 James A. Finnegan 
543 Adam D. McLean 
547, 549 Belmont street 

553 Carroll D. Prince 
563 Llewellyn M. Leighton 
567, 569 Coyle street 

573 Woodford's Universalist church 
587, 589 Clifton street 

593 Joseph V. Bowker 

Walter W. Cobb 
595 Lewis W. Whitney 

Frank H. Clark 
601 George C. Partridge 

Joseph W. Partridge 
607, 609 Arlington street 



C. W. Bryant & Co., carpenters 
Edgar A. Royal, barber 
Lucy T. Dyer 
Edgar A. Royal 

Edgar W. Child, bicycle repairs 
635 Fred W. Peck, paints, etc 
Gilbert E. Chase, blacksmith 
C. W. Bryant & Co., carpenters 
N. H. Cobb & Son, provisions 
Mrs. Mary H. Murphy, milliner 
643AOral R. Whi'tney, barber 
645 Fred E. Wheeler, stoves and 
ranges 
S. E. Wheeler & Co., ledger mnfrs 
C. M. Bowker Co., grocers 
I. O. O. F. Building 
Dr B. Clarke Witham, dentist 



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627 
629 

631 
633 
637 
639 
641 
643 



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LEFT SIDE. 

FOREST AVBN 
652, 656 Deering avenue 



658, 660 Woodford street 

664 Charlie E. Clark 

666 Vacant 

668 Frank Fiskett 

670, 672 Bailey & Lockwood, fancy 

goods 

674 K. of P. Hall 

676 Joseph V. Bowker, boots & shoes 

678 Smith Specialty Co., teas & coffee 

680 Will A. Gilman, variety 

684 Lerov W. Foss 

690 Elbridge H. Huston 
698 Saunders street 

O Ui. C. R. R. 

714 Roy E. Blood 
716 Oscar W. Irish 
718 Edward E. Kelley 
726 Charles O. Libby 

Joseph F. Pierce 
732 Lillian B. Wakefield 

John T. Carr 

Charles H. Robinson 

William A. Orr 
736 Vacant 

738, 742 Pleasant avenue 

766, 768 Clinton street 
774 Ernest G. McDuffie 

H. Albert McDuffie 
778 Willard J. Redin 
780 Elisha A. Clark 

v "' ! lliam B. Armstrong 
790, 7 92 Hartley street 
800 Charles Fisher 
808 Sydney J. Harvey 
844 (rear) Augustus H. Kenison 



912. 914 Holly street 

918 Joseph H. Ewing 
926 George Hagley 
938 George D. Robertson 
940, 942 Walton street 



Morgan court 
984 F. O. Bailey & Co., carriage mnfrs 



1012. 1014 



Elmwood street 



1024 Charles H. W. Curran 



655 

665 

667 

669 

671- 

675 

677 
681 



683 
685 
701 
727 



765, 
771. 
777 
779 
785 
787 
797 
799 

803 
819 
S23 
825 



833 

839 

847 

891 
895 
899 
905 



919 

929 

931 

937- 
94 5 
973 

979 
901 

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990 
1009 

1015 
1017 



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RIGHT SIDE. 

UE — Continued. 
649 Woodford's Kindergarten 

Masonic Hall 

Odd Fellows' Hall 

Deering Club, rms 

Deering office, Dept. Pub] 
"51, 653 Woodfords Station, P 
Woodford street 

Deering Coal & Wood Co., o 

Vacant 

John M. Stevens, drugs 
673 Madsen & Allen Co., storage 

Madsen & Allen Co., hardware, 
etc 

George H. Hudson, painter 

Llewellyn O. Hamilton 

Edward P. Hamilton 

Lewis C. Paulsen 

Hamilton Bros., fish 

Page & Swett, iron workers 
Ocean avenue 

(rear) Vacant 

M. C. R. R. 
747, 757 M. C R. R., Woodfords sta- 
tion 

767 Clifford L. Plummer, painter 

773 C. M. Bowker Co., st 

A. P. Kimball, carriage mkr 

Murray S. Folkins 

Vacant 

Mrs. Annie F. Bent 

E. A. Clark, grain 

Portland Lighting & Power Co.. 
power house 

Deering Coal & Co. 

Hans F. Sorenson 

Vacant 

John B. Hueston 

Alfred Gibson 

Hans P. Sorensen 

Neils P. Sorensen 

Robert Deakin 

Mrs. Ruth Ann Kenney 

Norman A. Dellatorre, mason 

Harvey L. Smith 

(rear) Hiram B. Sawyer 

John C. F. Strout 

Cona B. Elder 

George A. Smith 

William E. Canders 

Stanwood B. Woodburv 

Albert L. Wood 

Joseph Wood 

Walter IS. Dodere 

John W. Borrows 
941 Walton street 

William P. Goss 

Mrs. Alexins F. Leighton 

William L. "Wish 

Francis T. Miller 

William Moffat t 

Elmer O. Varnev 

Levi E. Lei eh ton 

1-oiHTid A. Parsons 

Albert' M. Emerv 

O^ore - ^ W. Rowp 

Mrs. Ellen J. Ouelev 

"Roward W. Douglass 

Frank Hall 

Miss Carrie L. Dinglev 



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RIGHT SIDE. 



1040, 1042 



FOREST 
Waverly (street 



1056 

105S 

1060 
1062 
1066 

1072 
1078 
1086 
1100 
1108 
1110, 
1120 

1 121 



1128 
1132 
1148 
1150 
1156 
1158 
1164 



Mrs. Celinda J. Westcott 
Robert G. Westcott 
Clifton J. Curtis 
Millard F. Westcott 
Edwin H. Wilbur 
Edwin H. Wilbur 
George B. Walker 
Mary E. Gillies 
Ernest L. Watklns 
Jeremiah J. Cragin 
Schoolhouse 
George D. Little 
Mrs. Clara E. Skillings 
1112 Arbor street 
Lester G. Scott 
Robert B. Sm it'll, shoe repairc 
Arthur C. Noyes 
Harold S. Little 
Fred E. Elgee 
City stables 
Storehouse 
Delbert Sawyer 
Harry L. Patten 
William W. Wilson 
Ellery H. Starbird, grocer 
Robert E. Timmons 



AVENUE — Continued 
1031 
1049 
1055 



1178-1190 Stevens avenue 



1196 
1204 
1206 
1212 
1216 
1218 
122S 
1234 

1244 
1250 
1258 
1272. 
1286 
1296 
1314 

1320 
1336 
1348 

1396 
1402 
1410 
1418 
144 6 



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1200 B. & M. R. R. 

Charles L. Ha_yes, pool 
Leroy C. Turner, barber 
George F. Grant 
Harry V. Willard 
Charles T. Hurd 
Adam W. Wilson 
Sumner C. Thompson 
George M. Cram 
Edgar M. Watkins 
Harry L. Cram 
Vacant 

1276 Warren avenue 
George H. Sawyer 
Mrs. Harriet A. Hall 
Charles S. Noyes 
Charles B. Walker 
Benjamin F. Allen 
Frank C. Coombs 
Charles Sumner Bailey 
Milton F. Bailey 
William S. Buck 
Lewis E. Hawkes 
William H. Frank 
Freeman Kenney 
Clark T. Berry 
(rear) Michael T. LanTn 

Mrs. Caroline M. Chandler 

Frank G. Chapman 

Arthur C. Noyes 

Clarence Laffin 
F. Austin Tenney 



1059 
1067 
1079 
1091 
1097, 

1103 
1107 
1109 
1113 
1121 

1-131 

1139 
1141 
1143 

1145 
1151 

1163 

1169 

1173 
1175 
1177 
1179, 

1 1 8 3 
1185 
1187 

1191 



1195 



1197 
1203, 



1215 



1219 
1229 
1231 
1241 

1245 
1247 
1249 

1263 



1271 
1277 

19*1 

1289 



S. C. F. Smith & Co., grocers 
William A. Ramsay, florist 
William A. Ramsay 
James H. Fickett 
Bell street 
Frank M. Waterhou.se 
William B. Lowney 
George L. Crockett 
1099 Read street 

Adelaide street 
Guy E. Hill 
Levi L. Cummings 
Vacant 

Frederick G. Kileollins 
Henry G. Bunker 
Ralph M. King 
Francis O. J. Bodge, milk 
Vacant 

Burt M. Woodman 
Robert H. Kennedy 
Harold Dow 

Morrill street 
George W. Rowe 
Benjamin B. Bustin 
Miss Susan B. Morrill 
Rufus Morrill 
Portland Match Co. 
Concrete Construction Co., fac 
Scott L. Kilborn, barber 
Deering Drug Co. 
Dr. Hollis G. Monson 
1181 E. L. Watkins & Co.. cloth- 
ing mnfrs 
Joshua R. Cobb, grocer 
Mrs. Bessie Shepard 
Ellis Joseph 
Mrs. Alice E. Park 
James F. George 
Postal Station No. 1, Portland 

P. O. 
William B. Barnett, barber 
Mrs. Helen M. Sweetsir 

B. & M. R. R. 
Deering Junction M. C. & B. & 

M R. R- 
William E. Joseph, baker 
1205 W. S- Bailey, grocer 
(rear) Walter H. Barton 

Bartlett A. Dow, blksmth 
Scott L. Kilborn 
Renseller C. Kilborn 
Albert B. Gulifer 

Allen avenue 
Thomas H. Fielding 
Charles L. Goodridge 
Albert Torry 
William Moseley 
John E. Berry 
Frank W. Davis 
John M. White 

Eleanor street 
Frank W. Ward 
Hans H. Madsen 
(rear) Rvron B. Durgin. painter 

Walter F. York 
Lawrence C. Smith 
Charles H. EWell 
Walter E. TMnkhnm 
Albert TT. Frank 



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George W. Ward 
Newhall Merry 
William D. Weatherbee 
Arthur C. Frost, market 

dener 
Norman True 
Ernest True 
Henry Burns 
(rear) Charles Palmer 
Thomas J. Ward, mkt gardener 
Arthur A. Cummings 
C. Eugene Wescott 
Cemetery 
John F. Pollister 
Clarence Towle 
Mrs. Evelyn E. Fernald 
Mrs. Julia E. Farnham 
Edward H. Cushman 
Alvin B. Lane 
Frederick W. Foster 
Vacant 

Orrin M. Bailey 
Ferdinand E. Bailey 
Grange Hall 
Riverton school 
1924 Riverside street 
Abner Lowell 

Prides bridge 

Westbrook line 



RIGHT SIP! 
OREST AVENUE — Continued. 

1295 Samuel H. Elder 



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28 

32 

36 

42 

44 

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Albert E. Cornish 
Mrs. Sarah H. Cornish 
Samuel P. Barnett 
Fred H. Oliver 
Vacant 

Walter R. Williams 
Charles J. Leemon 
Napoleon Barthold 
Almon M. Whitman 
Alonzo P. Foss 
William F. Sederquest 
Mrs. Mary A. Murray 
Mrs. Hester A. Skillin 
Benjamin J. Hayes 
T. Wilber Ferris 
Charles A. Lovejoy 
John Phee 
Edward H. Phillips 
John S. McGarcy 
Jacob B. Schlosberg 
Bennet S. Rosenberg 
Wilfred A. McLeod 
Mrs. Carrie B. Harris 
Peter W. Kelley 
John T. Jangro 
Edward A. Towsey 
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams 
Portland street 



1319 John H. Pelton 
1321 William A. Ferguson 
1325 Forest A. Scribner 
1335 Walter S. Bailey 
1343 Fred M. Flint 

Frank H. Osgood 
1393 Maine Home for Friendless Ko-ys 
1423 Wall street 

1445 Warren B. Bailey 
14S3 Benjamin F. Libby 
1491 John H. Anderson 
1563 Newton W. Harris 

(rear) Willard P. Harris 
1619 William A. Mitchell 
1651 Myron H. Bailey 
1655 Alexander R. Bailey 
1669 Elbridge G. Bailey 
1689 Nathan L. Woodbury 
1747 Charles L. Scott 
1749 Eugene B. Lamb, painter 

Charles A. Haskell 
1S37, 1839 Friends' church 

(rear) Friends' cemetery 
1871 Augustus C. Jones 
1925, 1927 Riverside street 
1929-2013 Riverton Park 
2017 Prides Bridge 

2021 — Westbrook line 

FOREST STREET. 
WARD 7. 

ress to 370 Portland. 



Frederick E. Kenney 



15 John J. Campbell 



John T. White 
Miss Ealy Matthews 

Boynton street 

Albert S. Conant 



James H. Riley 

Sewell J. Bridges 
•Simon L. Niles 
Llewellvn F. Hill 



Portland street 



45— 
FOWLER STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1128 Congress to Fore river. 
Arthur T. Coffin 7 3 Walter J. Ashley 

Mrs. Margaret DeCosta 7 Mrs. Delia Feene> 

Edmund Burke H 

Fore river — 



Jeremiah Beecher 
Fore river 



COAL 



JOHNSTON 



174 Congress Street 



Telephons 



WOOD 



COAL 



SARGENT, DENNISON CO. 

174 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



151 



LEFT SIDE. 

FOX COURT. 

WARD 4. 
From 399 Fore. 
Henry M. Noyes, steam heating 



RIGHT SiDiv 



contractor 



From 130 Washing 
John J. Murphy 



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20 
24 
28 
32 
34 

36 

38 
40 
42, 
66 
66 
140 

150- 



Mrs. Ellen Kerrigan 

Michael E. Carney, soap mnfr 

Mrs. Susan Massey 

Hugh A. Massey 

Mrs. Mary McTigue 

Winthrop street 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Fritz Carlson 
Olaus Strom 
George L. Niles 
Eric W. Ericson 
Thomas F. Steed 
Miss Nellie Reardon 
4 4 Greenlenf street 

Anderson street 
138 Back bay 

Mrs. Mary McGillicuddy 
Thomas F. McGillicuddy 
— Franklin street 



FOX STREET. 

WARDS 2, 3. 
ton avenue to opposite 226 Franklin. 
9 Cornelius R. Marshall 



13 Mrs. Ann Foley 
17 Edward J. Ward 

21 T. Frederick Kerwin 

Albert Knudson 
23 Joseph G. Walsh, paintei 
25, 27 Hammond street 

33 William P. Stone 

37 John J. Kane 



41 Patrick Curran 
47 Cove street 

59-149 Back bay 

137 Vacant 

151 — Franklin street 



— M. H. Hargadon 



Fit A VCES STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1181 Congress to Thornton. 

— Thomas L. Smith 



Thornton street 



Newton H. Smith 
Charles A. Dudley 
E. H. York, sum res 

Thornton street 



Fit A X iv LIN STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 41 Commercial to Back bay. 



5 



Welch & McCarthy, sheet metal 
Samuel W. Rogers, blacksmith 
Morris E. Dunn, machinist 
Vacant 
A Vacant 
Vacant, sh 
(rear) Louis Laretto 

John Rossi 

D. J. Kennedy 
24 Vacant 
Frank Hazzard 
Vacant 

Fore street 
Antony Urbano, board i 
Vacant 

Mrs. Clara Young 
Mrs. Jennie Flaming 
James White 

Middle street 

Rafale Solamo 
Tony DeFillippo 
Pidamando Vacco 



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61 



W. L. Blake & Co., storage 
Murdock & Freeman Co., soda 

water mnfrs 
10 Burnham & Morrill, packers 
25 O'Brien & Waterhouse, horse- 

shoers 

Fore street 
Meyer Punsky 
Mrs. Jennie Sapolsky, grocer 
Luigi Simoneschi 

Middle street 
Vacant 

Woolf Horowich 
William H. Blumenthal 
Abraham Fineburg 
Max iSantosky 
Samuel Fineberg 
Jacob Adleman 
Harris Geller 
Coleman Connolly 
Michael Greene 
James Gorham 
Marion G. Putman 



Temple Wall Paper Co., 

Complete line of Wholesale 

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LEFT SIDE. 

FRANKLIN 

O Newbury street 

Mrs. M. E. McGlade 
Benjamin Levi 
Mrs. Frances Briggs 
Richard M. Larrabee 
Herbert J. Dyer 

Federal street 



Lincoln park 



160 
162 



168 
170 



172 
174 



Congress street 

Thomas J. Hennessy 
Joseph S. Bernstein 
Ellas Traboulsev 
John W. Ball 
Ambrose C. Partridge 
William E. Davis 
Elisha H. Tibbetts 
Albert F. Cook 
Mrs. Ella A. Cain 
Charles F. Carr 
George W. Morris 
Fred S. Page 

Mrs. Laura E. Billings 

Cumberland avenue 

George W. Bowden 
Thomas J. Quint 
Burton T. Lamb 
Walter H. Lovell 
Milton Hlggins 
Edward L. Colley 
Presbury L. Dennison 
Frank H. Chase 

Dyer street 
James E. Hilton 
Chester N. Norton 
Samuel J. Goud 



C. Edwin Turner 
Alfred N. Hall 

Jason T. Fickett 
James A. Lvons 
Frank H. Pinkham 
Nelson H. Lord 

Oxford strecl 
Patrick E. Britt 
Norman H. Decker 
Aaron Dalton 
Louis Dublnsky 
Harrv F. Kirkland 





RIGHT SID;5. 


STREET 


— Continued. 




Newbury street 


65 


Mrs. Sarah Rounds 




James O'Brien 


67 


Fred W. Dyer 


69 


Simon Rubinoff 


71 


Joseph H. Wolfe 




Federal street 


79 


.lames H. Rice 




Benjamin Dorfman 


SI 


George C. Frye, st 


83 


Valentine Malia 




Hugh Williams 


87 


Samuel M. Brown 




John E. Bump 




Archibald McAloney 




Daniel J. Sullivan, jr. 




Joshua Elliott 


91 


Mrs. Philip Erlick 




John McKieven 




Mrs. Mary A. Hardy 


93 


Thomas Coleman 




George E. Shaw 




George M. Hupper 




(rear) John Quinn 


97, 


99 George C. Frye, drugs 




Congress street 


107 


Mrs. Angie Martin, lodging house 


111 


(rear) Woodbury Apartments 


113 


Woodbury Apartments 


115 


Mrs. Marv Rosenberg 




John J. McDonald 


117 


Joseph Tetel 




Everett L. Whitlock 


121 


St. Anthonv's Guild 


125 


Albion C. Sennett 




George N. Jordan 


127 


Charles H. Libby 




Fred W. Small 


1 29 


William S. Spear 




Frank P. Mclntire 




Martin Olson 




Cumberland avenue 


137 


Orrin C. Varney 




Mrs. "Margaret McCormack 


139 


Otto L. Steeves 




James T. McGovern 


141 


Charles E. Hill 




Fred W. Lyon 


143 


Charles H. Stevens 




Burton P. Goodrich 


147 


Mrs. Cordelia Boyce 




William H. Murch 




Merrill S. Day 


151 


Fred A. Cummings 


153 


Lincoln E. Rogers 




Samuel Davis 


157 


Mission Chapel 




Pichard Suronen 




Mrs. Lueretia Davis 


159 


Robert E. Clawson 




Arthur W. Packard 


161 


Hugh J. Stack 




Jesse H. Pea body 




Oxford street 


165 


Alfred L. Dyer 




Harold Humphreys 


171 


George P. Gallagher 




Heath stheet 


175 


Everett R. Davis 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

!3I Woodford St. 

1181 Fores t A ve. 



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C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



151-153 
COMMERCIAL ST. 
WRAPPING PAPER. BAGS AND TWINE 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



153 



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*T SIDE. 

PRANK 

ISO Waller G. Webster 

1S2 Mrs. Annie M. Littlefield 

Charles J. Brown 

Daniel H. Towle 

Lancaster street 
188 Edward E. Powers 
190 Christian Jorgensen 
192 Frank J. Mitchell 



196 Howard O. Emery 

Lawrence M. Burrowes 



19$ Miss Sarah E. Foden 



RIGHT SIDE. 



STREET— Continued. 



175 
179 



189 



191 



195 



street 







20 3 


20 4 


Simon Shine 


205 


206 


Jeremiah C. Galvin 


-119 


20S 


Robert W. Anderson 


2 1 1 


21 (J 


Charles B. Stevens 
Louis K. Cook 


213 


212 


Bernard H. Loveltt 


215 




Joseph F. Colley 


217 


214 


William Locke 


221 


216 


Percv A. Gribbin 


223, 




Mrs. Edith Gribben 


229 


2 20 


Louis T. Mortensen 




224 


Watson R. Gribbin 


233 


226, 


234 D. Wyer & Co., smoke h 


235 


2 40 


B. & M. R. R. 


239 


246- 


266 Marginal way 


263 


276- 


— Back bay 


275 



Vernon R. Webber 
William H. Jones 
Patrick G. Bradley 
Lancaster 

Albert Dunn 

Mrs. Mary A. Broadhurst 

Chester A. Barbrick 

Robert Ramsey 

Leon T. Webber 

Mrs. Jacobine L. Tonneson 

Frank P. Simpson 

Mrs. John W. Bunker 

Frank L. Powers 

Mrs. Rose A. Haskell 

(rear) Charles E. Christy 

Martin C. Mortensen, smoke 
ihouse 

Oliver A. Skillings 

Albert P. Skill ings 

Mrs. Mary A. Breen 

Martin W. Jensen 

Edward T. Grover 

.lames F. Hunter 

Michael H. Bulger 

Mrs. Frances E. Bishop 

Carl Johnson 

Guy F. Robinson 

Private stables 

Carlo DiPiteo 

Vacant 
225 Fox street 

Charles R. Greene 

Harry J. Filieo 

Vacant 

Private sheds 

B. & M. R. R. 

265 Marginal way 

- Back bay 



FREDERIC STREET. 

WARD 7. 



From 1028 Congress to the Canal basin. 
14 George Shackford 



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22 Frank C. McKenney 

Herbert McKenney 
26 William L. Valentine 
30AMrs. Sarah E. Wadsworth 

Mrs. Eleanor A. Woodward 
30B John M. Watling 
32A George F. Moses 
32B Frank P. Davis 



4S Elmer E. Manchester 
50 Robert J. Nugent 
7 6 — Canal basin 



Joseph A. Langlois 
Daniel J. O'Connell 

15 James W. Danlgan 

17 Charles J. Paker 

19 Judson Osgood 

23 Clarence M. Haskell 
Somes L. Davis 

27A William Edevean 

27B Carroll Brown 

29A Frank H. Watson 

29BMerton C. Titus 

31, 33 Reuben A. Cousins 
Herbert F. Bryant 
Charles A. Mathes 

35 Benjamin F. Bradford 
Charles M. Rowe 

4 5 Vacant 

4 7 William H. Holt 

Mavnard W. Willey 
Hosea F. Blaisdell 
Arthur B. Sherry 
Dineous E. Crocker 
George Deeelle 

Canal basin 



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PORTLAND BUILDING SUPPLY CO., 4is commercial st . 

DEALERS IN LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH, ETC 

154 PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 

LdBFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

FREE STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5. 
From 256 Middle to 129 High and 600 Congress. 



5 4 
156 



T. M. Johnston & Co., carpets 

6 F. P. Tibbetts & Co., furniture 
1-12 Ohas. M. Hay Paint Co. 

A. O. H. Society, rms 

C. L. Fox, artist 

Herbert A. Richardson, artist 

Canton Low, rsnt 

Somerset Club 

Cosmopolitan Club 

A. L. Dow & Co., plumbers 

The James Bailey Co., bicycles and 
automobile supplies 

Joseph M. Tolford, tailor 

Mrs. Emma True 
, 26 W. T. Kilborn Co., carpets 

Walter Corey Co., furniture 

George L. Kennedy, lodging h 
, 34 J. F. Bond, harness maker 
-40 Cotton street 

Bosworth Post, No. 2, G. A. R. 

Walter L. Card, tailor 

James J. Haley 

John Charlesworth 

Jewett & Johnson, laundry 
Center street 

J. H. Hammond, drugs 

Mrs. Melinda C. Hubbard 
■56 Mrs. Rose E. Landers, lodging h 

William J. O'Neil, shoe repairer 

Mrs. Nellie Sanborn-Lang 

Mrs. Marion Woodward, boarding h 

Vacant 

70 The E. T. Burrowes Co., wire 
screen mnfrs 

Mrs. Lizzie Hammon 

William A. Lafferty 

South street 

James J. Walsh 

Horatio Clark 

Mrs. Hanna L. Knight 

Benevolent and Protective Order 
of Elks 

Catholic Institute 

Algernon S. Stubbs, art rooms 

Jefferson Theatre 

Oak street 
Charles W. Craig 
Y. W. C. A. 
Llewellyn Barton 
George F. Leavitt 
Dr. Pierce E. Somers, h and o 
Miss May L. Allen, boarding h 
Dr. Gustav A. Pudor, h and o 
Mrs. Florence M. Maroon, board- 
ing h 
146 Baptist church 
Maine W. C. T. U. rms 
George F. Dudley, barber 
Maine Advertising Co. 
Maine Tourist Agency 
Y. M. C A. building 
George E. Hill, rm 22 
Dr. TV. R. Evans, dentist, rm 23 
E. P. Blanchard, dentist', rms 25-27 
Dr. Charles M. Talbot, dentist, rms 
25-27 



7 James Bailey Co., saddlery, hard- 
ware, etc 
'J Joseph Vonyik 

11 Artemus Murphy, barber 

13 John J. Golding, tailor 

15 Vacant 

17 George A. J. G. Bourdelais, ma- 
chinist 

19 Mrs. Maud M. Atwood 

Joseph W. Weeman, lodging h 

21 Patrick H. Flahertv, cigars 

23 Vacant, s 

25 Manheim Schiebe, tailor 

25AManheim Schiebe 

27 Chin Shoon, laundry 

29-31 American House 

33 Mrs. Mary Sale, fruit 

35 John H. Duffy, plumber 

37 William J. Wright, lodging h 

39 Hugh F. Flynn, painter 

41 Daniel W. Patterson, provisions 
(rear) Guy A. Trask, express 

43 William Tredenick, lodging h 

45 Patrick Storey, bakery 

45 y 2 William D. McGrath, lodging h 

47 Goold Tea Co., s 

47 y 2 Mrs. Mary E. Wallace 

49 Bartley A. Flaherty 

49^4 Cornelius O'Neil, barber 

51 Milton F. Bailey, cigars 
Center street 

55A John A. Hadzor, cigars 

55 John P. Sullivan 

59 Frank H. Richmond 

61 Mrs. Margaret Leyden 

63 Arthur C. Bliss 

65 Miss F. Reynolds, boarding h 

67 Miss Grace E. Warren 

67% George E. Trott 

69 Miss Ida M. Hersey 

71 Michael L. Clancy 

Brown street 

75 George E. Harriman 

81 Dr. Chas. W. Bray, h and 

87 Mrs. Emma L. Baine 

89 Porteus, Mitchell & Braun Co., dry 
goods 

91 Vacant 

03 Dr. Augustus S. Thayer, h and o 

99 Mrs. Catherine Steele 
101 Daniel P. Parker 

Lyman M. Harriman 
105 John Morgan 
111 Mrs. Susan Jovner 

Thomas J. O'Neil 
113 Miss Marion E. M-cGimiule, florist 

Onk street 
117, 121 J. R. Libby Co., dry goods 
123 Baxter Building 
125 Vacant, s 

127 Hay & Peabody, undertakers 
129 Mercier's Meat Market 
133 Libby & Chipman, grocers 
135 Marcellus E. Goodrich, lodging h 
137 Hotel Goodrich 
139 Granville H. Cloyes, provisions 



show cases NEW ENGLAND CABINET WORKS m «?I m 

Store Fixtures T1 KENNEBEC STREET Descriptions 



KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE * 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



155 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



FREE STREET — Continued. 



A. Tompson, architect, 
Thompson, dentist, rms 
dentist, rms 
osteopath, rms 
r, 

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156 Frederick 
rm 31 
Dr. W. H. 

41, 42 
Dr. Lee F. Corthell, 

41, 42 
Dr. F. A. Clarke, 

43-44 
Latham True, music teacher, rm 

45 
Federation of Churches, rm 
Women's Auxiliary, rm 46 
New England Teachers' Agency, 

rm 47 
Bible Society of Maine, rm 48 
Portland International School of 

Music, rm 
Dr. Samuel J. Bassford, rm 53 
George A. Cushman, investments, 

rm 54 
Llewellyn B. Cain, music teacher, 

rm 50 
D. Stanley Evans, rm 57 
Newton C. Reed, rm 57 
George T. Goldwaite, rm 58 
Miss Florence Libby, music teach- 
er, rm 59 
Miss Helen J. Foster, music teach- 
er, rm 59 
Dr. Edwin W. Gehring, rm 310 
Dr. Fred P. Webster 
Dr. Harold A. Pingree, 
Dr. Frank W. Lamb, o, 
Dr. Edville G. Abbott, rm 310 
Dr. William Moran, oculist, rm 511 
U. S. Lighthouse Inspector, rm 512 
Sinclair A. Thompson, music 
teacher, rm 513 
158 Alvan T. Fuller, automobiles 
160 H. E. Murdock Co., opticians 
162 — High street 



141 
143 

145 

147 

149 
151 
153 



Seth K. Ames, groceries 
Union Hall 
Aaron Dalton, fruit 
Charles J. Pennell <fe Co., pro- 
visions 
Hen Lee, laundry 
Cinquini, Sollitto & Co., fruit 
C. H. & A. L. Skinner, tailors 



rm 

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310 
310 



61- 



Congress square 



Nicholas Allbertto 
Gilblas Gadbois 
Michaele Solari 
Raffaele Amato 
Antonio Bagnoli 
Archie Arnold 
Edward E. Carr 



FREEMAN LANE. 

WARD I. 

From 63 Fore. 

3 Patrick Mulkern 
5 John J. Gould 
7 Jeremiah Greaney 
9 Michael Connolly 

13 Mrs. Mary M. Donahue 
Peter Conley 



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FREMONT PLACE. 

WARD 3. 
From 189 Newbury to 122 Federal 
Abraham Weiss 
Louis Averback 
Hiram D. Weisman 
Matthew Persilla 
John Kibble 
Edwin Thorne 
Mrs. Mary Feeny 
Mrs. Mary A. Griffen 
Ernest Olsson 
Wellington M. Latham 



Federal street 



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£ 156 PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



bo LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE, 

g FRONT STREET. 

fc WARD 9. 

b*a 5j From 53 Water to Johanson. 

© Galvin street Galvin street 

Benjamin F. Rowe 





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^ Randall street Randall street 

£ Frederic W. Baker 

O iq David A. Peterson 

JX — Back bay Back bay 



FROST STREET 

WARD 8. 



£ U From opposite 322 Congress to opposite 9 Oapisic. 

H. C. R. R. BE. C. R. R. 

1 7 John Neilsen 

Caplsie street Capisle street 

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WARD 9. 
From 53S Washing-ton avenue to near S Front. 



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William J. Canavan :: Vacant, sh 

Aue Lausen 25 Walter L. Goff 



26 Guslave W. Osterberg 
44 Joseph A. Hood 

46 Harry J. Webster 
50 — Front street 49 — Front street 



« I 44 Joseph A. Hood 45 Clarence Anderson 

v - mmd 46 Harry J. Webster 



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73 1^ 4 William Rolfe ] John Vanier 

^ ■ Mrs Plavn M PnHV» TT!U Rom 



GARDEN LANE. 

WARD 3. 
From 115 Middle to 188 Newbury. 



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Mrs. Clara M. Cobb Eli Bau 

Joseph Russo 

^ Q£ 3 Eben Brown 

, m _ Louis Amatruda 

H ^ 18— Newbury street 17 — Newbury street 

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WARD 8. 



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From Fore river to opposite 1473 Congress. 



" g 2 Herbert C. Parker 

>j J5 George N. Drew 

Cg 8 Herbert L. Seymour 11 Edward N. Clark 

^ C Westbrook street West brook street 

^ 2 13 Mrs. Annie Summer 17 Mrs. Julia C. Parker 

jj ^ 40 John M. Pride 25 Charles Hutchinson 

2 • 60 Lars P. Petersen 4 9 Henry W. Robbins 

'•n • — * Congress street — Congress street 







GAV STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Columbia road, westerly. 



— William H. Adams 

— Wilbert E. Whittemore 

— Fred R. Oleson 
— ■ Bert L. Downing 

— William A. Soule 

— W. Wilson Arbuthnot 



H. E. MURDOCK CO., Opticians, *•.££!?££• 

Glasses Made and Repaired Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11.000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

GEORGE! STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 193 Ocean avenue to Back bay. 
6 Mrs. Susie D. Hanscome 3 Harry L. Spaulding 

William E. Harmon 
5 James L. Johnson 
7 Alfred M. Crook 
16 Merton Z. Fickett 9 Edgar H. Merrill 

20 James F. Smith James W. McCubrey 

— Cemetery 13 Charles W. Coleman 
26 James A. Ellsworth 21 Burleigh E. Cornish 

William E. Newton Walter B. Green 

— Back bay — Back bay 

GILBERT LANE. 

WARD 1. 
From 44 Atlantic to 43 St. Lawrence. 
4 Private stable 1 James E. Leighton 

St. Lawrence street St. Lawrence street 

GILMAX PLACE. 

WARD 7. 
From Arsenal near head of Gilman. 
2 William L. Plummer 1 Chiever N. Clark 

4 Charles E. Freeman 3 George P. Nash 

GILMAX STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From Arsenal to 386 Portland. 
4 Arthur W. Emery 1-57 Maine General Hospital ground; 

James H. Hernon 
10 Azel S. Holt 
12 Harold J. Dyer 
14 Dennis J. Cragin 
16 Richard H. Roupe 

1 6 A Mrs. Mary E. Cragin 
18 John B. Prince 

ISA Miss Annie B. Sehoff 
20 Clarence G. Trott 

Mrs. Marv Hendrickson 

Edward F. White 

2 4 Howard E. iSanborn 

William J. Foley 
28 Seward Frank 
Andrew Martin 

3 4 Charles H. Damery 

Frank M. Harrington 
36 Eli H. Witham 

Ira P. Whittemore 
A street 
44 Charles E. Best 

Edwin A. Knowlton 

Mrs. Perdita Wright 
46 Adam K. McGunigle 

Nelson V. Griffen 
48 Clarence E. Tuttle 
50 Frank J. Fogg" 

Mrs. Florence Norton 
52 Verson D. Coombs 

Vernon Burgess 
56 Winfield D. Smith 
58 Edward W. Dodge 

Congress street « Congress street 

78 Peter F. Bass 

Miss Ada Hood 7! > John p - Griffin 

S2 Roland M. Gesner Merrick R. Pray 

Beniamin F. Foster S3 Eugene Hibbard 





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LEFT. SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



GILMAN STREET — Continued. 



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John F. Redmond 

Vacant 

Edward D. Bancroft 

Harry R. Fogg 

John C. Barteau 

Arthur T. Curtis 

Frank P. Burnham 

James Usher 

Edgar H. Eveleth 

- Portland street 



85 Edward H. Skillin 
87 George E. Howes 

Harry McLaughlin 
89 Henry J. Sawyer 

93 Mrs. Sarah E. Sawyer 
95 Herbert A. Huntoon 
John E. Barrett 



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GLENWOOD AVENUE. 
WARD 8. 

From 120 Prospect to 124 Pleasant avenue. 



Fred L. Starbird 



24 John E. Greene 



Miss Susan A. Heaton 
William E. Maccoun 
Royal A. Bragg 
O. Warren Neal 

Rackleff street 
Alvin F. Dean 
Frederick S. Marsh 
Freeman Palmer 

O AVoodford street 
Francis H. Hiller 
Edward Somers 
George C. Barrows 
Mrs. Jennie Mollison 
James L. Garvin 
James A. Fleet 
Leroy Yates 
Melville W. Kent 
John S. Foss 
William C. Tibbetts 
Rufus A. LeGrow 
Alvardo Leighton 
Edward B. Lockwood 
W. Scott Cleveland 
Mrs. Louise Plummer 
Walter T. Foss 

Concord street 
Rev. Charles L. Waite 
Willis E. Ballard 
Mrs. S. Agnes Heseltine 
Herbert L. Berry 

Pleasant avenue 



11 Guy W. Davis 

13 Mrs. Clara E. Hight 

17 William P. Carr 

21A Walter H. Norris 

23 George M. Todd 

25 Frank Green 

27 Edward A. Merriman 
Henry R. Colesworthy 

29 Mrs. Maria A. Pratt 
Ralph H. Jordan 
J. Marshall Hobbs 
William F. Greeley 

Rackleff street 
William C. Rollinson 
Arad E. Linscott 
Martin J. Sullivan 
Clarence H. Daniels 
John W. Cummings 

Woodford street 
Isaac A. Hayes 
Mrs. Lizzie M. Bailey 
Elmer E. E. Emmons 
John W. Hughey 
Mrs. Mary G. Walker 
James A. Richardson 
Charles E. Jordan 
Charles H. Skinner 
Henry H. Grant 
Frank W. Taylor 
Miss Ella M. Payne 
Artemus Murphy 
Willard W. Russell 
Frank H. Little 
James C. Rankin 
Elmer F. Ridlon 
Fred L. Hayden 

Concord street 
Fred A. Hamblen 

Pleasant avenue 



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45 

57 
59 
63 
69 
71 

93 

97 

103 

109 

113 

119 

123 
135 
139 

145 
149 

155 

169 



GOOD RIDGE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From about 16 Allen avenue to M. C. R. 
7 Fred Stone 

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WARD 2. 
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LEFT SIDE. 



4 2 Moses P. Adams 



From 
2 Albert T. Easton 

4 Edward J. Stevens 
Charles E. Hawkins 

6 Mrs. Elizabeth Baker 
Edward F. Bibber 

5 James P. Courson 
12 Jasper W. Mains 

William H. True 

Rev. Gustaf A. Dahlquist 
14 William H. Silliker 

Joseph H. Enos 

Louis A. Conant 
16 Harrison W. Rodiek 
18 Carl A. Pride 

Charles A. Hamm 
20 Henry T. Hendrickson 
22 Clarence E. Adams 

Claude E. Berry 
24 John C. Bohnson 
26 Charles G. Sanborn 
28 William Burnham 
30 Frank V. Campbell 
32 "Walter H. Cary 
34 David J. Sullivan 

George W. Carter 

Hertford street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
GRACE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 121 Woodford, northwesterly. 

1 Harry L. Strong 
7 A. Fred Murray 

Karl F. A. Swan holm 

GRAFTON STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From 661 Ocean avenue, southerly. 
9 Henry S. Cole 
2 9 Vacant 

GRAND STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Rochester to Bedford. 

1 Rev. Harry E. Shattuck 
3 Charles F. Rounds 
5 Philip H. Huston 
7 Charles F. Sanborn 
9 John G. Olsen 
11 William F. Mitchell 



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21 
23 



Harold A. Sabin 
James W. Coburn 

Edward H. Besse 

Arthur C. Goss 

Emil Ek 

Theodore Olsen 



Bert ford street 



GJRAMTE STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From easterly boundary old city farm to 417 St. John. 

Irvin B. Gleason 

Payson street 
Andrew L. Folsom 
J. Warren Day 
Louis P. Blanchard 
Robert Sturgeon 

Roberts street 
St. John street 



62 


Miss Zadee Walker 

Payson street 


57 


80 


Isaac E. Stover 


77 




Harrv C. Small 


79 


84 


Mrs. Vesta A. Williams 


81 


86 


Herbert C. Robinson 

Roberts street 


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St. John street 


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GRANT STREET. 



WARDS 5, 6 
From 242 High to 5 
George F. Walker 1 

Clarence E. Walker 3 

Sinclair A. Thompson 

William C. Stiles 5 

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Henry P. C. Hersey 
Ralph E. E. Beatley 



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Weymouth. 

Miss Margaret Gallagher 

Mrs. Jennie S. Boyd 

Patrick J. Storey 

Mrs. Sophia M. Warren 

Mrs. Lida E. Webb 

William Nash 

Walter G. Lord 

Erwin A. Clark 



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LEFT SIDK 



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Demus B. Burgess 



GRANT STREB'I 



Josephine C Wescott 
John L. Merryman 
Edwin T. Mayberry 

Herbert K. Washburn 
Heman L. Gowen 
Charles C. Caler 



32 George F. Leavitt 
40-44 State street 



62 Corrie C. Lewis 

Mrs. Albion P. Smith 

64 Thomas F. Carey 
Charles E. Small 

66 Mrs. Phebe P. Wilson 
Herbert S. Davis 



4 Daniel D. Casey 



3 3 







75 


88- 


94 Mellen street 


85 


140 


John D. Prindable 
George E. Keyes 


87 


142 


Charles W. Hanson 


89 


144 


Fred H. Berrick 
Charles F. Fuller 


119 


146, 


148 Deering avenue 


121 


158 


(rear) John J. Lyons 


145- 


162 


Arthur Wolfe 


157 


164 


Mrs. Rose M. Corey 


159 


166 


William M. Phee 


161 


168 


Festus P. McCarthy 


163 


170 


Patrick J. Phee 


165 


172 


Dennis Kelley 


167 




Thomas H. Akerly 


171 


174 


Samuel M. Brune 


175 


176 


Lincoln C. Beal 






Edward Allen 


177 


180 


Mrs. Catherine Frank 






Charles A. Stokes 


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Charles E. Kent 


185 




Louis Clark 


189 


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Earle H. Van Blarcon 


191 




Michael J. McDermott 


197 


190 


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192 


George B. Littlefleld 






Charles W. Fogg 


199 




Hiram Morrell 




198 


Moses B. Lougee, grocer 


201 


202- 


- Weymouth street 


203- 



1HGHT SIDE. 

Continued 

James A. L. Lorette 
Horace S. Dame 
Frank N. Gilllse 
James H. Phillips 
Orrin L. Lord 
Mrs. Margaret Mangum 
Albion N. Rogers 
Augustus C. Craig 
William A. Connellan 
Orson A. Moore, Jr. 
Charles D. Boyd 
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown 
James F. Macy 
George C. Tainsh 
Mrs. Flora B. Wright 
Mrs. Annie E. Paine 
Nathaniel E. Gordon, Jr. 
John F. Home 
Frank King 
Albert E. Libby 
Eugene S. Norton 
43 State street 

Thomas Asbury 
Mrs. Eunice Dole 
Everett L. Tewksbury 
Miss Mary J. Murray 
William E. Young 
John L. W. Marshall 
Henry M. York 
Stephen N. Haskell 
John M. Parker 
Charles A. Merrill 
Mrs. Mary A. Glidden 
Mrs. Louisa A. Jackson 
Edward S. Bell 
John J. Coleston 
George F. T. Owen 
Seventh Dav Advent church 
Timothy Elliott 
David E. Fisher 
John H. Hammond 
93 Mellen street 

John F. Riley 
James E. Nowlan 
Edward J. Rockett 
14 9 Deering avenue 

Fred I. Small 
Joseph C. Jensen 
Alvin E. Dunphe 
Edward W. Clark 
Walter G. Grace 
Francis D. Melaugh 
Harry M. Shannon 
Daniel J. O'Connor 
Henry J. Wilson 
Alverdo Leavitt 
Samuel P. Burnell 
Thomas C. Coughlan 
Harry C White 
Charles v. Hanson 
Charles A. Hanson, carpenter 
Charles G. Currier 
Harry Boyle 
James V. Redmond 
J. Frank Durgin 
James J. Fifleld 
Lyman W. Hanson 

"Weymouth street 






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LEFT SIDE. 



11GHT SIDE. 



GRAY STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 88 Park to 1)1 Clark 



90 

92 
9 6 
98 

100 
106- 



Mrs. Emma L. Porter 
Michael A. Achorn 
Frank J. Carr 
John Alden 
Miss Ella M. Adams 
Daniel Chase 
Pearl S. Spear 
John H. Ridge 

State street 
•40 St. Dominic's church 
44 St. Dominic's school 
Holy Name (Society rooms 
Matthew Smith 
Frank J. Emery 
Sherman Rand 
Bion Bradbury, jr. 

Winter street 
Mrs. Katherine A. Hartley 
Frank N. Deane 
Charles H. Boyd 
Mrs. Lizzie H. Thurrell 
William H. Tibbetts 
Thomas D. Connor 
Mrs. Mariane Pedersen 
Frank P. Landers 

Brackett street 



Charles H. Littlefield 
Mary E." Owen 
James Carle 
James E. Coleman 
George S. Richards 
Charles M. Abbott 



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13 
15 
17 

19 

21 

31 

41, 43 

45 

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63 



Clark street 



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105 
107— 



William L. Adams 

John A. Carr 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Boyd 

Miss Evelyn L. Winchester 

Martin J. Judge 

G. Frank Horner 

Miss Alice M. McAllester 

Joseph B. Chandler 

William E. Jenkyn 

State street 
Charles L. Fox 

John Curran 
Miss Sarah E. Larkin 
James H. O'Donnell 

Winter street 
Mrs. Eva M. Richardson 
Mrs. Ellen M. Higgens 
Edgar H. Smith 
Robert E. Campbell 
William Henry Fagan 
Daniel E. Clancy 
Charles S. Connor 
James Holley 

Jerry D. Goodrich, carpenter 
George W. O'Donnell, barber 

Brackett street 
Arthur E. Upham 
Henry O. Chesley 
William M. Kerr 
George E. Getchell 
Charles B. Libby 
Rev. Albert E. Ulrich 
Mrs. Nellie L. Warren 
Freeman W. Emery 
Bernard Keeler 
Mrs. Estella P. Loring 
Edward O. Russell 
Bracy S. Littlejohn. painter 
Edward S. Littlejohn. fish 

Clark street 



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GRAYHURST PARK. 

WARD 7. 
From opposite 4 Storer. 



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Charles H. Adams, building mover 




Edward J. Kilbride 




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Michael Mahoney 


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John Coleman 






John Sloan 


14 


Frederick W. McKeel 






Jason Haskell 


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Monroe street 




Monroe street 




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Mrs. Lena Smith 


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Roger C. McGuire 




Madison street • 






Harry Guilmett 


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Joseph Kotlevski 




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Daniel Fox 




Charles Carmack 






Andrew Olsen 


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Thomas McLeod 




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Madison street 




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John Johnson 






John H. Fields 






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GREENLEA 
38 William A. Marston 

James Y. Maxwell 

William Butler 

George W. Cooper 
40 Mrs. Margaret E. Madig.au 

William C. Darrah 

O Everett street 
42 John T. Mullin 

Arthur L. Bourdelals 

Howard Jordan 
44 Mrs. Bertha Ayer 

Edward V. Peterson 

Thomas G. O'Brien 
48 Hans P. Hanson 

Napoleon P. Pino 
52 Carl Stinberg 

Henry P. Dord 

Mrs. Nellie A. Bickford 
54 — Fox street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
STREET— Continued. 

Christian Peterson 
John D. O'Connor 
Thomas J. Silke 
Edward P. Dyer 
Lazer Chiasson 
Willis E. Safford 

Everett street 



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Fo\ street 



GUILFORD COURT. 

WARD 6. 
From 30 Park. 



2 Clarence McConkey 

Archibald A. Harthorne 
4 Matthew O'Toole 



11 Peter Foley 

John J. Conley 



HALL LANE. 

WARD 4. 
From 82 Chestnut to 43 Cedar. 



2 Mrs. Annie D. Meserve 
^ 4 Burchard H. Brennan 
George B. Perham 
Mrs. Susan A. Pellett 
Cedar street 



Peter F. Owen 
John H. Welch 
Vacant 



Cedar street 



HAMMOXD STREET. 







WARD 2 




From 2." 


Fox to 


6 


John E. Presley 


11 


8 


Dennis E. Feeney, Packman 
Charles A. MacUrick 


13 


10 


Mrs. Hannah W. Cawley 




14 


Solomon Johnson, grocer 


19 


18 


Thomas J. Doherty 


25 




(rear) Thomas F. Doherty 


29 


20 


Christian Olsen 


29^ 


22 


Patrick T. Kerwin 


35 


24 


•Stephen J. McCarthy- 






Will iam J. Kerwin 


37 


28 


Powell P. Ide 




30 


Anthony Peterson 






Hans Hanson 


39 


32 


Arthur G. Cole 


11 


34 


(rear) William Reardon 


43 


38 


Vacant 




40 


Vacant 


47 


42 


John Cashman 


51 




(rear) Charles Cashman 


53 


56 


Knud Knudsen 


59 



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Peter C Eskilson 
Anton Peterson 
Andrew Erickson 
Mrs. Mary J. Anderson 
Thomas Thomason 

Potter's lane 
Willard A. Pride 
j Laro O. Poulson, grocer- 
John B. Maguire 
Frank J. Glendenning 
Timothy J. Mahoney 
(rear) James B. Cook 
Perley Venson 
Michael J. Deasy 
George E. McGlauflin 
Miss Katherine E. Mahoney 
Howard Small 
Frank W. M^Pherson 
Mrs. Mary J. Delaney 
Edward F. Feeney 
James A. Lathrop 
Albert' Boye 

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LEFT SIDE. 



KIGHT SIDE. 



HAMPSHIRE STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 239 Fore to 300 Congress. 



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Middle street 

Pasquale Vitale 

Alexander Miltzer, dry good; 

George Lamport, milk 

George B. Warren 

Hyman Ladder 

Louis Hanley 

Max Star 

Abraham Isenman 

(rear) Stephen J. Mulkern 

Nathan Silverman 
James Carazzo 

Newbury street 
Harry Davidson 
Samuel Perlman 
Frank ChutoretzsKy 
Zephirin Vannier 
Howard S. Goodwin 
Charles Lewis 

Fed e nil street 
Charles F. Dunlap 
Miss Caroline M. Staples 
Fred M. Seekins 
Harry W. Joy 

Congress street 



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Middle street 

Tony Felippi 
Abraham Moorgofsky 
Moses Koslovsky 
Mrs. Esther G. Shelling 
John H. Hollywood 
Morris Golofsky 

Newbury street 
Louise Taliento 
Michael T. Qulnn 
Thomas J. Condon 
Harry Miller 
Simon Dorfman 

Federal street 
Charles A. Dyer 
Charles H. Holt 
Walter F. Griffin 
Charles Evans 
Melvlna R. Richards 
Mrs. Bertha Dunn 
Mrs Annie Pierce 
Mrs. Fannie Boyce 
Hartley L. Simmons 
William T. Kelly 

Congress street 



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Angelo Ferrario 

(rear) John G. Deetgen 

Guiseppe Azzopardi 
Michael J. Flaherty 

O Middle street 
Vacant 

John J. Herbert 
Martin J. Foley 
Michaelangelo Baglivo 
Harry Tabenken 
Isaac Glovsky 
(rear) Saul Shulman 

Samuel Shulman 
38 Newburj- street 

Morris Harshaft 
Simon Glovosky 
Moses Wolfe 
Matthew O'Reilly 
William R. Martin, carpenter 
William Seeley, st 
Vacant 

Federal street 



HANCOCK STREET. 

WARD 2. 

From 161 Fore to 34 Federal 
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Benjamin Mazaresky, junk 

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33 Mrs. Kate Craven 

35 Mrs. Annie J. Cramer- 
Vincent M. Bowes 

37, 39 Newbury street 

45 Samuel F. Griffin 
Claude Leavitt 

4 7 Patrick Cranage 
Mrs. Mary Shaw 

49 Richard Jordan 

Michael E. O'Donnell 

51 Joseph Shur 

Samuel Brickman 

53 — Federal street 



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HANOVER STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5. 
From 371 Cumberland avenue to Kennebec. 



8 Mrs. Harriet Mclntire 
Richard F. Spearrin 
Wendall F. Wadsworth 
12 Thomas Tanner 
14 Miss Lizzie P. Day 

Mrs. Laura Libbv 
18 Edward H. Chambers 
20 Luetta Russell 
24 William P. Prinn 





5 


Albert A. Swan 




9 


Clarence O. Waite 




11 


Helmar Paulson 




13 


Charles E. Haskell 




17 


Joseph J. Smith 


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21 


William C. Higgins 




23 


Mrs. Harriet E. P. Bonney 
Daniel J. Burns 
John F. Dixon 



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LEFT SIDE. 








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STREET 


2S 


Charles F. Ayers 




23 


30 


William L. Carr 




27 




O Portland street 




31 


34 


Virgil F. Hoffses, grocer 




37 


4 


Martin H. Kavanaugh 




39 


42 


Geo. W. Bailey, carriage trimmer 
(rear) Daniel A. Holivan, painter 




46 


William A. Roberts 




4 3 




Simon C. Moody 




47 




(rear) Ordelson Thompson 




4 9 




Peter A. Mclsaac 








Stephen E. Ham 








John Hoage 




53 


50 


Mrs. Mary H. Gay 
Charles F. Jarvis 




55 


54 


Levi A. Bean 




57 


56 


Vacant 







Henry Q. Gay 
William D. McLean 

Joseph A. Barsalou 63 

William H. Pearson 

Mrs. Ellen J. Todd 65 

(rear) Mrs. Mary E. Palmer 
Dennis J. McGovern 67 

Martin Riley 

12 City stables 71 

Mannix Bros., granite workers <3 

B. <fc M. R. R. 
Kennebec street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
— Continued. 
John A. Steward 
Portland Antique Shop, furniture 

Portland street 
Charles E. Sayward 
Harold A. Dow 
Fred Gildart 
Annie L. Eagles 
Miss Harriet Ross 
Frank A. Huff 
Oliver A. Huntley 
(rear) Alfonse Lamore 

Thomas W. Scott 
Duncan L. Whitmore 
Orrin W. Wildes 
Jessie B. Wildes 
Mrs. iSusan S. Carr 
John Whitney 
Adam Striber 
John Donovan 
Robert J. Pearson 
Mrs. Eunice Johnson 
Linwood A. Pearson 
John Trowalish 
Steward Graffam 
John E. Hackett 
Forest E. White 
Fred J. Willet 
Elizabeth Pennell 
George W. Philbrooks 
Washburn C. Pike 
John J. Hanlon 
Harrv J. Llewellvn 

B. * M. R. R. 

Kennebec street 



HARTLEY STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 790 Forest avenue to 499 Stevens avenue. 



IS Seth E. Gilbert 
Sarah A. Brown 



48 Mrs. Catherine J. Millward 



56 Bartley C Flaherty 
60-62 Florenee street 

114 Herman W. Holmes 

122 Adelbert P. Daniels 

130 Charles E. Collins 

138 Mrs. Cordelia R. Leighton 

150 George E. Davis 

156 Clark B. Dunton 

162 William P. Burnham 

178 — Stevens nvenne 



11 
15 
17 
19 
29 
41 
47 

53 

5 7 

61 

147 

149 
153 
161 

175— 



Philip L. Scribner 
Vacant 

Timothy J. McGillicuddy 
Walter W. Robinson 
Edward H. Wagner 
Mrs. Ianna A. Chase 
James S. Hamilton 
John M. Adams 
Ebenezer M. Gay 
Randall Leighton 
Charles Murphy 
Joseph E. Queen 
Mrs. Emma M. Drysdale 
A. Judson Conary 
Alfred R. Wormwood 
Arthur C. Yeaton 
Miss Laura Carlton 
Stephen A. Douglas 

Stevens nvenne 



HASTINGS STREET. 

WARD S. 
From opposite 605 Brighton avenue, westerly. 

— Samuel N. Allen, laundry 

— John F. Merriman 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



165 



LE'FT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

HAWTHORNE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From about 150 Veranda to'Presumpscot river. 



Arthur W. Libby 

Vacant 

Albert H. Taylor 

Charles B. Cassidy 

Walter Blackmore 

Presmnpscot river 



Mrs. George E. Bakke 
Vincent Ashnault 



I'njiiimimcol river 



22- 



16 



IS 



John H. Boyle 
Private stable 
Harry A. Rand 



HEATH STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 4 6 Boyd to 175 Franklin. 

1 Arthur A. Seymour 



Franklin street 



Thomas J. Dolan 
') Frank Bickford 

(rear) James F. Hines 
1 — • Franklin street 

HEMLOCK STREET. 
WARD 7. 
From 1005 Congress to beyond Cherry 



Mrs. Mary J. Howarth 
Irville L. Lang 

Elmer R. Wiggin 
Daniel E. Ward 



Cherry street 



11 


Frank J. Piatt 


13 


Eugene C. Moody 




Walter C. Allen 


15 


William G. Staples 


19 


Herman A. Haskell 




William L. Coburn 


23 


George W. Hunter 


25 


Herbert C. Leavitt 


27 


Benjamin P.- Poster 


HENRY STREET. 


WARD 5 




From 14 Deering. 



10 Ralph T. Kendall 



9 Mrs. Agnes Quinby 

11 William J. Flanagan 

13 Alfred F. Hatch 

15 Mrs. Joseph C Moxcey. jr 

17 Philip P. DeHaven. jr 

19 Alfred J. Clark 

Mrs. Ella R. Murch 



HERSEY STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 15 Ocean avenue to Back bay 



14- 


16 Vacant 






19 


Harry M. Gushing 


24 


Wilbur F. Trask 












W. P. Trask & Son, artesian 


well 








borers 










28 


William G. Baker 
Mrs. Ellen G. Robinson 










3 4 


Carl N. Haskell 






33 


Fen wick L. Leavitt 


44 


William H. Wlllard 






43 


Harry B. Saunders 


60 


Charles O. Morton 










— 


Back bay 






— 


Rack bay 






HIGGINS 


STREET. 








WARD 


8. 




From opposite 21 La 


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avenue 


to 


361 Stevens avenue. 


26 


Peter W. Wescott 






11 

13 
21 
25 


Vacant 

Mrs. Harriet Foss 
Henry H. Winn 
Wadsworth H. Lewis 
Leslie J. Hammons 




• 






31 


Conrad B. Hayes 


4 0- 


— Stevens avenue 






41- 


— Stevens avenue 



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LEFT SIDE. 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
HIGH STREET. 

WARD 5. 
From 383 CommerciaJ to 122 Portland 





B. & M. R. R. 




B. & M. R. R. 






York street 




York street 




4 


Flagman's house 


21 


Mrs. Amanda C. Grant 




6 


Augustus Johnson 

Frank D. Andrews, cigars 




Samuel H. Arthur 




22 


John J. Maloney 
Joseph H. Clary 
Stephen Foley 


23 


Thomas Fountain 




24 


William Pendleton 
Harry P. Tozier 


25 


Patrick Welch 
Amos F. Chandler 






Mrs. Addie A. Bridge 


27 


Lewis Guy Woodbury 




26 


Joseph M. 'Silva 
Robert E. Chase 
Otto Jost 




Mrs. Adeline R. McDonald 




28 


Miss Anna Daly 
Michael J. McDonough 








32 


Charles A. Harmon 
Willard A. Lovering 


31 


Mrs. Marv A. Jacobs ' 
Thomas H. Reddy 




38 


Mrs. Lizzie Ames 


37 


Mrs. Hattie L. Cram 






(rear) Vacant 


41 


Mrs. Frances L. Decker 




40 


Mrs. Hannah Collins 
Martin F. Coyne 








42 


Edward O. Plowman 
Fred A. Larou 




High street court 




44 


Alpheus W. Griffin 


51 


Mrs. Fannie A. Lewis 






Winfield E. Darling 


53 


Danforth street 




48 


Henry R. Bond 


55 


John W. Lombard 






Aubra L. Eastma-n 


59 


Fred A. Given 




52 


Edward Hasty 




Elmer E. Smith 




54 


Dnnforth street 




Charles F. Spofford 




68 


Children's Hospital 


6] 


Wallace D. Strout 




72 


Mrs. Clarinda A. Hitchings 




James A. Dunn 




74 


William Willis Goold 




George Stackpole 




78 


John A. Milliken 


65 


George H. Bride 




78AWalter S. Armstrong 


67 


Va cant 




80 


George L. Homsted 


69 


Edward E. Rogers 




80A Edwin P. Cummings 




Elwvn A. Staples 




82 


William H. Fultz 


79 


Darius H. Ingraham 




84 


Miss Florence M. Best 




Plensaint street 






Arthur P. Pratt 


87 


St. Elizabeth's Roman Oathol 


c 




Charles A. Chase 




Asylum 




86 


Pleasant street 


93 


William H. Moulton 




90 


Mrs. Laura E. Lord 


99 


Mrs. Helen Colby 






Edward L. Beal. magazine agt 


101, 


103 Spring street 




92 


Vacant 


115, 


117 High Street church 




94 


Mrs. Belle Edwards 


131 


Free street 




98 


Miss Eugene L. Berrer 


135 


Congress street 






Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dyer 


143 


Miss Florence T. Allen 






Mrs. Harriet G. In galls 


145 


Guv F. Hilton 






Mrs. Ottillia Schumacher 


151 


Forrest E. Rollins 




102 


William B. Sullivan 


153 


Dr. Abner O. Shaw, h and n 






Sprints street 


157 


Dr. Seth C. Gordon, h and o 




108 


Rev. John C Perkins 


1.79 


Dr. Stanley P. Warren, h and o 




110 


Mrs. Marv W. Foster 


163 


Mrs. Ellen C. Manning 






Charles B. Dickey 


169 


Frank W. Robinson 




116 


Cumberland CluK 


171 


John W. Sullivan 




1 22 


Dr. Herman R. Hall 




Colonial Hotel 






Charles B. Dalton 


183 


Mrs. Estelle E. Curtis 






Dr. Donald Frazier 


185 


Mrs. Ella F. Bodwell 




126 


George R. Shaw 


189 


Mrs. Louisa Plummer 




128- 


132 Universalist church 


195 


Dr. Charles O. Files, h and o 




138 


Dr. J. B. O'Neil 




Cumberland! nvenne 






Cnnerress street 


199 


TJzzie A. Owen 




154 


T)j. Richard D. Small, h and o 


201 


Harrv G. Eastman 




156 


Edward V 7 ". Hannaford 




Mrs. Mary E. Mitchell 






William H. T,owell 


207 


Nathan C Rurnham 





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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



LEFT SIDE. 

162-168 Deering street 

190 Melville E. Griffin 
Frank P. Larrabee 



192 Charles H. Holland 

Wadsworth A. Thompson 
194 Edwin F. Hamilton 
196 George A. Barrows 
198 George P. Thomas 

Cumberland avenu» 
202 Miss Julia W. Griffin 
208 Joseph B. Reed 
210 Mrs. Harriet B. Byram 

Mrs. Zinah H. Spinney 
212 Samuel Sibley 

Leroy E. Townsend 
214 Albert P. Whittier 
216-220 Sherman street 

232 Joseph H. Collins 

Henry C. Sullivan 
236 Andrew J. Cummings 

Llewellyn Carleton 
238, 240 Grant street 

250 William P. Knight 

Sherman Bearce 
252 Charles P. Wells 

Warren H. L. Patterson 
254 William T. Mitchell 

Mrs. Ruth T. Welch 



RIGHT SIDE. 



HIGH STREET — Continued. 



258— 



Portland street 



207 Wallace H. Merrill 
211 Charles W. Marston 
213 Myles F. O'Sullivan 

Fred C MacLaughlin 
217 Elisha S. Coombs 

Mrs. Clara A. Lord 
219 Mrs. Elizabeth J. Berry 

Arthur L. Knight 

Dana A. Plummer 
221 Joseph A. York 

Elmer E. Adams 
223 Mrs. Mary E. Tennant 

John Williamson 
225 Patrick H. Cony 

Sidney P. Nash 
229 John Hill' 

Ernest B. Cole 
231 William T. Callahan 
233 Lysander A. Gould 
237 Mrs. Rose A. Bowie 

Anna I. MacPherson 
241 Miss Elinor I. Thompsr 
243 Charles C. Files 
245 William D. Carruthers 
249 Mrs. Helen M. Randall 

Jerome B. Irish 
251 Arthur Manchester 

Guy L. Wentworth 
253 Melvin A. Ross 

William B. Stanley 
257 — Portland street 



Edwin N. Manson 



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From 264 Woodford to 

Revere street 
Henry C. Coffin 
Mrs. Marie A. Newman 

Fairmount street 
Mrs. Catherine G. Eshbaugh 
Charles E. Miller 
Horatio N. Chaffey 

Ashmont street 
Franklin J. Grey 
Eben Winthrop Freeman 

Prospect street 
Vacant 

Longfellow street 
Fred B. Greene 
Mellen E. Bolster 

Brighton avenue 



II STREET COIRT. 

WARD 5. 
From 41 High. 

1 William H. Bissett 

(rear) Edgar A. Jackson 
3 Herlding W. Carson 
15 Miss Mary E. Fagan 
17 Charles Fagan 
HLAND STREET. 

WARD 8. 
nearly opposite 305 Brighton avenue. 
1 Eugene O. Abbott 
3 Edwin E. Devereux 
5 Albert Mosley 
7 Willard G. Henry 
9 Leonard J. Perkins 

Raekleflf street 
25 Mrs. John M. Adams 
39 William H. Looney 

Prospect street 
43 J. William Harper 
45 Arthur B. Wood 
5 3 Frank W. Coolidge 

Everett K. Day 
55 Thomas B. Mosher 

— Brighton avenue 



167 



4 Kobert M. Corey 



HI I, HORN COIRT. 

WARD 5. 
From 19 Forest avenue. 
3 Vacant 

5 Elbridge L. Cobb, auto lop mfi 
Seth Johnson 



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Complete line of Wholesale 

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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 


OQ« 




HILL, STREET. 






WARD 7. 


$10 
DIVI 
12, 




From 56 Bramhall to 18 Ellsworth. 


8 


Albert E. Freeman 9 Charles F. Moulton 


i5S 


10 


Russell street 


14 


Horace H. Towle 13 Mrs. Marin B. Parmenter 


l-TBr. 
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oc/5 2 

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18 


David L. Newcomb Miss Ellen D. Stevens 




Frank N. Scott 17 Dana W. Fellows 


20 


Andrew Morong 19 Emil T. Thurston, tailor 




Frank O. Bolton Irving A. Hills 


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2 4- 


— Ellsworth street 2.~>— Ellsworth street 


cc 

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HI I.I, CREST STREET. 


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WARD 8. 


INE 

1898 




From Brighton avenue opposite Nason's Corner, southwesterl 


— 


Frank M. Smith — Peter Selberg 




— Vacant 


^^ 




— - George N. Gould 


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HODGKIXS STREET. 


SET o 




WARD 9. 




From Veranda opposite Upland avenue to G. T. R. 




— 


Erasmo Bartholomew 


1 £ 


— . 


Vacant 


| i z 


— . 


G. T. R. — G. T. R. 


rv— < 








HOLLY STREET. 


Q-. o 




WARD 9. 
From 912 Forest avenue to Fern. 


^Kthiii ■ 


22 


Frank J. McKone in John Welch 


■np 


26 


Eugene W. Hamilton Owen J. Durgin 


dkH 


28 


Michael O'Connor 


g* 




Oscar A. Linscott 


34 


Richard H. Kenney 


44 


Wads worth Verrlll 39 Thomas M. Lennon 


MB— 




(rear) Wadsworth Verrill, charcoal — Vacant 


^£^ 


— - 


Fern street 4 3— Fern street 



Sewell street 
Fore river 



HOOPER STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Davis to Fore river. 

3 Bernard J. McCafferty 
5 Henry R. Shattuck 

Sewell street 
— Fore river 



HORTON FLACE. 

WARD 6. 

From 16 Dow. 



Winfield S. Wilbur 
Mrs. Caroline B. Jordan 
Horace A. Jordan 
(rear) James Sweeney 
Harold C. Robinson 
Edward F. Sawyer 
Mrs. Emma Mcintosh 



1 Mrs. Susie E. Ferguson 
3 Walter A. Marshall 
Miss Mary A. Barry 
Fred E. Whitney 



Lowell E. Edgecomb 



HOWARD STREET. 

WARD 1. 

From 69 Congress to opposite 56 Quebec. 
Lottie C Beal 9 Miss Abbie N. Lowell 

Charles S. Wilson 
Albert J. Hanson 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest Ave. 



C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



151-153 
COMMERCIAL ST. 
WRAPPING PAPER. BAGS AND TWINE 





PORTLAND 


STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. IgQ, 


X 




.LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 


o 




H O W A RD STHBET- 


—Continued. 


/— «« 


8 


William A. Small 


13 


Miss Julia Perry 


c 


12 


Arthur N. Leighton 




Wallace S. Hill 


^-H 




(rear) Robert E. Littleneld, car- 15 


Samuel H. Benson 


(A 




penter 


19 


James Kerrigan 


18 


James B. Whitten 




Mrs. Abbie A. Adams 


20 


James D. McCormack 


21 


Charles H. Mitchell 


90 


George J. Korkege 


25 


Charles M. Christlanson 




Walter J. Siteman 










Louis Martin 










(rear) Albert C. Varney 




_ 




32 


Turner street 


31 


Turner street 


3 4 


Charles J. Wills 


33 


D wight G. Parker 


38 


Grant S. Roff 


35 


Eugene W. Roberts 


^ 


42 


Malcome Gamble 


39 


Austin F. Twitchell 


J^ 




James J. Doyle 


41 


William H. Vickerson 






William A. Knight 


43 


Joseph A. Welch 






(rear) Mrs. Catherine Lowe 


47 


Nathan H. Young 


*-? 


46 


Herbert S. Kennedy 
Ralph E. Timberlake 








48 


Nelson H. Welch 
Albert E. Waite 






H 


56- 


- Quebec street 


.") 5 — 


Quebec street 








HUNT STREET. 


5 






WARD 8 




fc* 




From 57 


Pleasant avenue to Clinton. 


o 


2 


Franklin K. Beem 


1 


Daniel A. Worth 


4 


Harry L. Thompson 


3 
5 

7 


Charles Frith 
Mrs. Ella Knight 
Philip F. Meserve 


VJI 


— - 


Clinton street 


— 


Clinton street 


OB 




HFVTRESS STREET. 









WARD 1 




? 




From 105S Congress to Fore river. 


H* 


4 


Mrs. Mary E. Weeks 


15 


Wilbur L. Booker 


o 


8 


Private street 




George T. Drew 


«-n 






27 


Harry L. Emery 






33 


Albert E. Emery 


23J 

p 






35 


George A. Bucklin 








John M. Campbell 


5 J> 






43 


George W. Arnold 








(rear) Edgar M. Bolster 


go Z 








Patrick U. Burke 


52 


Mrs. Isaphenia A. Haskell 


53 


Albert A. Berry 


*x 




Hiram Ellis 




(rear) William H. Sabine 


— 


Fore river 


— 


Fore river 






ILLSLEY STREET. 


r 






WARD 9 


, 


• 

as 
ICO 




From 


Galvin, northwesterly 


— 


Albert N. Molbeck 


— 


Andrew C. W. Miller 


— 


James C. Duggan 


— 


Osman J. Henry 


£> 


— 


Vacant 


— 


George E. Coombs 


— 


Mrs. Fred J. Jewett 






H 


— ■ 


Oscar P. Spinney 






— 


Cummlngs street 


— 


Cumitiing'N street 


» n 






INDIA STREET. 


£0) 






WARDS 2, 


3. 




From G. T. R. Depot, Commercial to 272 Congress. 


Q 


2 


Michael Howard, pool 


1 


Grand Trunk Offices 


QB 


4 


James S. Donovan, barber 




H. & A. Allen, agents 


ft 


6 


Robert Hughes, boarding 


h 


Thomson Line Steamers 





5 


Vacant 




Dominion Line Steamers 


et 




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170 PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 




LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 




INDIA STREET — Continued. 


OQ § 

CO u 
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10 


Oscar J. Albue 


] 


Bristol Line Steamers 


14 


Val M. Canavan, cigars, etc 




Leyland Line Steamers 


14% Val M. Canavan 




Grand Trunk Telegraph Office 


16 


Rudolph Cederstrom, cigars ,etc 




Grand Trunk Yardmaster's office 




Martin Jacobson 




Inspectors' Dept. U. S. Custom 




James Walsh 




House 




Charles J. Schumacher 


15 


Grand Trunk Station 


^3 w 




Rudolph Cederstrom 


17- 


23 Fore street 


§ 5 


18 


Mrs. John W. Osborne, rsnt 


27 


Mrs. Sarah F. Connolly, variety 


22 


Grand Trunk Lunch 


29, 


31 I. Louis Katz, rsnt 




24 


Edward E. Eagan 


33 


Sumner L. Eastman, barber 


■ 




James H. Woodis 


35 


David Mack, junk 


i-i 


26 


Andrew Eagan, billiards 


39 


Alex C. C. Brockman, rsnt 


f-< 


28 


Anrdew Eagan, cigars 


41 


Constantino Mastrolucca, fruit 


00 




Fore street 


4 3 


Eagle Hotel 


1-H 


30 


John J. O'Brien, drugs 




Joseph Palermo, barber 




32, 


34 Jacob Cutler, rsnt 




Middle street 


& 


38 


Batholomew Erasamis 


47 


Frank D. McCarthy, drugs 


H 
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40 


Laurence Franzilla 


4 9 


Thomas A. Griffen 


42 


Joseph Peo 




Antonio Leo 


44 


Max Levin, shoe repairer 




David Grp.f£ 


48, 


50 Middle street 


51 


John J. Conley, fruit, etc 


PLUMBING 
AND HOT 
HEATING 


52 


Michael Pratico 


53 


James A. Robertson 


54 


Nicola Frascias 




Mrs. Minnie A. Pierce 


56 


Sam Greenberg 




Mrs. Katherine Connolly, grocer 


58 


Samuel L. Greenberg, shoe re- 




Thomas Conroy 




pairer 




Francis Burke 






55 


Thomas P. Clemens 








Portland Dispensary 
Robert L. Allen 


60 


Harry H. Clancy 


61 


2 








Daniel F. Larrabee, h and st \ / 
(rear) Mrs. Mary Libby V 


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65 


H. Stevenson & Co., coal and wood 


H 


68 


Hiram Mack, stable 


67 


Giovan Amato, baker 


c/i 


70 


George W. Parker & Co., grocers 




Newbury street 






Newbury street 


71 


Frederick W. Brown 


e\ 


74, 


76 Mrs. Samuel Israelson, board- 




William J. Kemp 


O 




ing h 


75 

77 


Mark Little 
Mrs. Celina Hill 
William Prosser 
(rear) Harry S. Berry 
Arthur R. Glenn 


CO 


78 


Herman Holmberg 




(rear) Ralph W. Dyer, sh 






79 


Jesse M. Boesen 


►-jr 








Wilbert M. Gates 


^T 


80 


Mrs. Ellen Parker 


81 


Mrs. Ida E. Cummings 


H^ 




Timothy E. Quinlaw 




David Griffin 


82 


Franklin Simonds 


81% Alpheus Grant 


*T* 




Donald R. Payson 


83 


Simonds' dye-house 


JL 


84 


David A. Hannegan 


85 


Curtis H. Simonds 


^^^ 
• % 


86 


Vacant 


87 


Miss Nellie G. Collins, grocer 


o 

H 

D 


88 


Federal street 


89 
91 

93 


Federjil street 

Private stable 
Harris Matson 
Heiber W. Keith 
Harris Davison 
John M. L. Jackson 
(rear) Michael M. Quirk 








93A Charles Erner 




96 


Mrs. Mary E. Willard 


95 


George Murdock 


NN 


98 


Mrs. Dina Johnson 




(rear) Herbert A. Marshal] 




too 


Mrs. Hannah M. Adams 


95A Ravmond A. Gil 


• 


104 


Miss Fannie J. Mountfort 


99 


Ladder No. 5 


r \ 


106 


Frederick R. Fay 


103 


Frederick O. Turner 


C.J 




James Blair 


105 


Mrs. Margaret Hinds 


^^ 


110 


Frank A. Carter 
Joseph E. Leavitt 


107 


James D. Bryson 
Francis J. Holland 


• 


112 


William H. Spear, dentist 


109- 


115 Church of the Messiah 


S 


116- 


- Congress street 


117- 


— fotifrross street 



TVF1W F!Nf»I,ANn Manufacturers of Highest Grade 

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NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE. PORTLANn mainr J 



SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

IN GRAHAM COURT. 

WARD 2. 

From 30 Washington avenue to 13 Cleaves. 
5 James Curran 
11 William J. Casey 



Cleave* street 



Cleaves street 



INVERNESS STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From GOT Washington avenue, northerly. 
Albert E. Dennison 
George M. Perley 
George B. Peel 

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Wells 4 5 Albert C. Sorenson 

Isaac W. McLellan Jessie F. Hamlin 

Roy A. Davis -19 Charles V. Merrill 



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John J. Nissen 


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Lincoln L. Flood 


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George E. Ham 


58 


William Harrington 


62 


George B. Hodgdon 


66 


John W. Jordan 




Dennis F. Kineade 


70 


Nils Jensen 




Jessie L. Cobb 


72 


Everett P. Bickford 




Hedley V. Scott 


76 


Charles R. Knowles 


7 8, 


80 Sawyer street 


84 


Clarence D. Parker 


88 


George Tanner 


9 4 


Ralph A. Carroll 




Lucius F. Barker 




Thomas J. Hooper 



IRVING STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From opposite 43 Ocean avenue, northerly. 

Bryant stree 
47 Alden Knight 

William Leuenseller 
51 Gilbert E. Chase 
Harry E. Axtell 
">5 Gilman W. Martin 

(rear) John F. Conlen 
5 9 Bartlett A. Dow 
63 Charles M. Elder 



75, 77 



Sawyer street 



10 Vacant 



From 
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10 Vacant 
12 James Di Luna 
— Bradley street 



S9 Louis McF. Kittredge 
William A. Moxcey 



ISLAM) STREET. 
WARD 9. 
From Upland avenue easterly to Fairfield. 



IVY STREET. 
WARD 8. 

ill Stevens avenue to Bradley. 

9 Mrs. Caroline Fog: 
Charles F. Cowan 



Bradley street 



JACKSON STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 181 Auburn to opposite 133 Summit 
16 Samuel R. Williamson 
50 Charles H. Smith 
54 William N. Mitchell 
58 William F. Babb, jr. 

— George R. Greeley 

— William M. O'Shea 



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£j © JOH ANSON STREET. 

J* WARD 9. 

£? Q From C62 Washington avenue, southerly. 

X © 24 Charles H. Brown 7 William J. Hamilton 

r~ W 2fi John I. Johnson Albert Turner 

(rear) John Swan.son 9 George A. Hamm 

P t. 13 Oscar Pohle 

O |A 15 Ferando C. Bolster 

^H — Millard J. Williston 17 Mrs. Annie M. Eliason 

■ 

«M ■ JOHNSON STREET. 

'* Q WARD 8. 

g / \ From Cape Elizabeth Line to 1532 Congress. 

7 James G. Johnson 

CongrrcNs srreel — (on press street 



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From about 17 Emmons to Back bay. 

70 Augustus S. Derr 

Edward C. Rogers 
S!) Michael J. Naughton 



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From 165 Brackett. 
Joseph L. Blake 1 Mrs. Mary Butler 

Sampson D. Plummer Mrs. Annie L. Moore 

— Edward H. Johnson, carpenter 
— - Samuel W. Joy, mason 



DB ^ JOY STREET. 

2 ^ WARD 9. 

+2 |" ■ From opposite 172 Ocean avenue to Back bay 

© — » 5 Frank W. Dunn 

Rack bay — Raek bay 






KELLOGG STREET. 

WARDS 1, 2. 

© Q. From 21 Adams to opposite 147 Congress. 

?4 1 4 Mrs. Mary Simonds 5 Francis J. Kelly 

. Mrs. Maria Hanson Robert H. Whitmore 

S *? Timothy W. Barbour 7 Patrick McGowan 



£ « 1S Harry H. Clancy 21 William G. Robson 

a John Baird James E. Chandler 

« it John Mulkern 25 Charles F. Hatch 

^ • 22 Thomas J. King Hans Hanson 

flu g Charles B. Martinson Mrs. Mary McLean 

J; John Albert Johnson 29 Michael T. Ragan 

jj c (rear) Pe^er A. Chiasson Gustav Jensen 

^ * John Carlson 31 Nelson E. Batchelder 

Q 2 David Edwards Mads M. Bruns 

2fi Lanty Irving (rear) Gus Myers 

!fi Thomas Johnson Mrs. Nettie tane 







38 Mrs. Jane Jarvis 31A Thomas G. Bruns 

Cornelius Neilson 35 Daniel J. Mahoney 

-»n Willie J. Stevens John Samuels 

J 2 Bartinus Reinertson 39 John M. Anderson 

Henrv A. Thompson Mrs. Josephine P. Littlejohn 

Mrs. Kate T. Thompson 41 Mrs. Margaret A. Donavan 

44 David J. Trving Mirhael E. Donavan 

(rear) William H. Robinson William J. Marshall 

John C. Thomas 13 Alfred Carlson 
Peter O. Andersen Edward P. Sullivan 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



173 



LEFT SIDE. 



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58 

60 

64 



66 

66A 

74— 



Martin Dugan 
Mrs. Ida Wollice 
Patrick Murphy 
Timothy Hopkins 
Alexander Johnson 
Edward L. Ross 
Alton V. Lailer 

Monument street 
William H. Winslow 
Willard E. Thompson 
Chester H. Butler 
Franklin L. Sylvester 
Charles G. B. Williams 
Mrs. Lizzie M. Williams 
Robert E. Littlefield 
William C. McCallum 
Dr. E. L. Sollima, h and o 

Congress street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
KELLOGG STREET— Continued. 

43 rear) Thomas Spares 
45 James P. Coughlin 



Monument street 

Edward S. Skillings 
George F. Cox 
Harry F. Buckley 
William White 
William L. Thompson 
Mrs. Mary E. Clarity 
Patrick King 
Miss Nora A. ^Driscoll 
Jotham B. Harvey 
John Lawlor 

Congress street 



KENDALL STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Chester westerly to Lennox. 
William E. Decelle — Vacant 

— Vacant 

— John S. Goodway 

— Arthur H. Magoun 
Lennox street — Lennox street 

KENILAYORTH STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From south of Rockland avenue to 504 Brighton avenue. 
A. Becher Monson 83 Joseph W. Peterson 

Arthur E. Bucknam 95 Edward C. Berry 

Charles Lufken 
Brighton avenue — Brighton avenue 

KENNEBEC STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4, 5. 
From opposite 109 Wilmot to Forest avenue. 



Samuel G. Larochelle 
Arthur R. Moore 



22 



Pearl Street 



66, 68 



18, 90 



Chestnut street 
Cedar street 



108, 110 Elm street 

— B. & M. R. R., W. N. & P. div of- 

fice and station 

128, 130 Prehle street 

132, 134 Alder street 

141-149 Somerset street 

— Vacant, s 



13 Vacant 

19, 21 Pearl street 

25 Storehouse 

39, 53, 57 Portland Stove Foundry, o 

and fac 
59 Adde & Co., machinists 

Theo A. Johnson & Co., auto sup- 
plies 
61 Vacant 
65 Clark Flexible Metallic Packing 

Co. 
65-67 Standish Land & Lumber Co. 

Chestnut street 
71-83 New England Cabinet Work? 
S5 Porter Burnham Co., o and mill 
87, 89 Cedar street 

91-105 Jerome Rumerv Co., planing 
mill 
107. 109 Elm street 

111 Philip Livingston, carpenter 
Portland Sewer Pipe 
Artificial Stone Co. storage 
115, 117 William Burrowes, builder 
127-131 Prehle street 

151 Brackett Box Mfy. 

Porter-Burnham Co., planing mill 



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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

KENNEBEC STREET — Continued. 
152, 154 Hanover street 157 Vacant 

161, 163 Eastern Furniture Exchange 
167, 177 Perry, Buxton, Doane Co., iron 
172, 174 1'nrriH street 175, 177 William Davis, painter 

176 Vacant, s 183, 185 Portland Water District, sh 



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Brattle street 
Forest avenue 



199 Holman & Story, autos 
211, 221 William H. Thaxter & 

grain 
225 — Forest avenue 



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KENT STREET. 
WARD 8. 
From 881 Brighton avenue, northeasterly. 

— Lemuel E. Bean 

— W. Thomas Cann 

— Axel T. Noreen 

KIDDER STREET, WEST. 
WARD 9. 

From 720 Washington avenue, westerly. 



12 Philip L. Scribner 
30 Christian Easier 

(rear) Vacant 
48 Ezekiel H. Hanson 



2 5 



Niels A. N. Bruns, carpenter 
Allen J. Mackey 



KIDDER STREET, EAST. 









From 719 W 
George L. Perry 
Ernest C Burchill 
Preston F. Walsh 
David Murray 
Edward M. Ring 
Ansel E. Hamlin 
George F. Woodsum 
Lelia B. Strout 
David F. Hamilton 
Charles H. Roberts 
John A. Wagner 
Patrick W. Driscoll 
George N. Burchill 
Went worth H. Hatt 



WARD 9. 
shington avenue easterly. 



23 Thomas O'Neill 

Curatia M. Wheeler 
29 Lyman D. Yates 
31 Orroman O. Blodgett 
37 Fred M. Hight 
39 Christian B. Lawson 
H. Jacob P. Enemark 



53 Michael J. McGoldrick 
55 Thomas Wilkinson 



Perley E. Griffen 



59 James B. MacMillan 

KING PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 66 Danforth. 

1 Vincent Ambrose 
3 Coleman Mulkern 
William H. Griffen 

KMGHT STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 275 Allen avenue to Maplewood. 
James E. Fowler 5 Edward W. Knight 

Charles A. Pride 

Maplew«#od street 



Almon S. Bisbee 

Maplewood street 



LAFAYETTE STREET. 

WARD 1. 

From 107 Congress to 74 Quebec. 
Howard E. Mansfield, st 7 Mrs. Bridget Silver 



18-20 



Cumberland avenue 



Vacant, s 
Miss Adde Cox 

Cumberland avenue 



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LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 


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LAFAYETTE STREET — Continued. 




2G 


Eben Marston 


23 


George L. Trickey 
Mrs. Anna Wyer 


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27 


Joseph N. Dirwanger 


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30 


Mrs. Flora Brackett 


31 


Joshua Saunders 


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John W. Smith 








Carletou place 


34 


Mrs. Ellen Thomas 


33 


Mrs. Jennie B. Loveitt 




Fred A. Thomas, livery stable 39 


Mrs. Margarette A. Huston 


C-4 


42 


Thomas J. .Somers, optician 


43 


Mrs. Alfred E. Pike 




Herbert C. Somers 




(rear) Alfred S. Bean 


N*4 


44 


Thomas Wilkes 




John G. Scott 


46 


Freeman G. Cleaves 


49 


James E. Lawrence 


48 


Joseph Franklin 




John Vera 




'Sherman Morris 


51 


Augustus Pelton 


50 


Vacant 




Joseph Featherbush 


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(rear) Mrs. Emma Dunmore 


(rear) Mrs. Martha Can- 


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5 4 


George A. Marland, mason 


53 


Private stable 


8 CO 


50 


Miss Arabella E. Butler 


57 


Bruns Brown 


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Mrs. Margaret Eglentine 








Harry E. Love 






59 


J. Saunders & Son, grocers 


60 — 


Quebec street 


61- 


Quebec street 




I, 


IMBERT STREET. 


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From 214 


Auburn to Falmouth line. 


4 


Albert Herrick 






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6 


Roscoe D. Winslow 








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WARD 3 




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From 84 Lancaster. 


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Herbert M. Home 


1 


Cornelius A. Moxeey 




Frederick D. Smith 




Fred G. Robinson 


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11 






3 


James Lackford 








John G. Kelsea 




LANCASTER STREET. 






WARDS 2, 


3, 4. 




From 6 


2 Anderson to 97 Preble. 


8 


Patrick J. Murray 


1 


John A. Logan 


**o 




Keller P. Nesmith 


3 


Francis Niles 


10 


(rear) Nicholas Hillman 




Edward C. Norris 


sr 




Eugene A. Reardon 9 


Sanford A. Maddox 


12 


Elmer G. Alcott 




William Cooper 




Smith street 


11 


John Mclsaac 


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4 3 


18 


Mrs. John Donaghey, grocer 15 


S. A. Maddox, oil 


20 


John Donaghey 




Smith street 


22 


Peter F. Raymorse 


19 


Margaret Connors 


24 


George W. Gribbin 




Markarian Hachig 


26 


William M. Simpson 


21 


John F. Reardon 


2S 


Mrs. Ellen H. Williams 


29 


John T. Kent. 


20 




George A. Crockett 




Frederick A. MeCrink 


3 


Charles R. Pethick 




Mayo street 




Mayo street 


33 


Charles E. Burnham 


34 


Mrs. Roxanna Nelson 


35 


Hugh W. Noble 




Howard E. Chase 




Frank L. Shaw 


36 


Thomas Jordan 




William McCormack 




Grove E. Buck 


37 


Alfred A. Libby 


38 


Charles W. Welch 




Harry E. Bean 






39 


Mrs. Martha J. Drinkwator 


42 


Benjamin J. Graffam 




Josaph E. Farr 




James C. Graney 


41 


Charles E. Brown 


44 


Alonzo W. Foster 


43 


Robert J. Finnemore 


to 






45 


Ira W. Hamilton 


5 


5 2 Boyd street 


49 


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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



LANCASTER STREET — Continued. 



60, 62 Private stable 
64 Mrs. Elizabeth B. Blake 
66 William F. Phillips 
68 Wilmot R. Spear 

Charles F. Waterhouse 
70 Charles D. Jensen 
Charles H. Atkins 
William A. Tyndall 
Eugustus E. Small, milk 
Franklin street 
Mrs\ Anne B. Rounds 
Melville G. Small 
Charles W. L. McDuffie 



72 



74 



78 



82 


John F. Woodman 


87 


84 


Charles S. Berry 


89 


86 


Lancaster place 
Wilmot street 


91 


94 


Scott Hefler, grocer 


95 


100 


Lyman W. Daly 


97 


102 


Mrs. Josephine L. Golden 






William J. Daley 


99 


104 


William E. Allen 
John Glendenning 


103 


106 


Charles W. Drew 


105 




Mrs. Martha A. Doherty 


107 




Pearl street 


109 


120 


Richard E. Stack 




124 


Isaac O. Smith 


111 




Frederick J. Stevens 


113 


126 


Charles D. Train 
George H. Griffen 






Edgar A. Cyr 


117 




Myrtle street 


125 




Stone street 


127 


142 


Mrs. Henrietta Brown 


129, 


144 


Michael Murphy 
Thomas H. McBrady 


137, 


146 


Mrs. Margaret J. Towle 


145 


148 


Webb LaPierre 






Albert A. Davis 


157 


152 


Henrv H. Pellett, grocer 


159. 




(rear) Henry H. Pellett 


163 


154 


Alfred R. Lumbard 


167 




Chestnut street 


169 


164 


Joseph D. Derry 


171 


166 


John H. Charles 






Frederick W. Oliver 


173 


166A John H. Charles, grocer 




168 


Stephen D. Jones 






Aaron Serunian 


175 




Cedar street 


179 


178 


VacJTnt 


181 


180, 


182 Private st 

Elm street 


183 


208- 


Preble street 


207- 



Boyd street 

59 John Chisholm, coal and wood 
65 Private stable 
Martin C. Mortensen 
James E. Rowe 

Franklin street 
Frank Hefler 
John Malloy 
Patrick J. Flaherty 
Joseph Cook 
Henry A. Murphy 
Benjamin L. Glidden 
Mrs. Eva L. Roes 
Arthur E. Brailsford 
Mrs. Jane M. Pollard 
Gottlieb Peterson 
Frank Lane, painter 

O Wilmot street 
Frank E. Sawver 
Fred B. Libby 
John E. Lamy 
William D. Fuller 
William C. Batty 
John Lewis 
George W. Barrett 
Mrs. Emily A. Fowle 
Arthur D. Pierce 
John Batty 
Ray C. Wescott 
Mrs. Frances E. Smith 
Andrew T. Murphy 
Mrs. Clara E. Stuart 

Pearl street 
George W. Ross & Co.. scrap iron 
Edgar A. Little, carpet cleaner 
Edgar A. Little 

131 John A. Moreshead, grocer 
139 M. H. Tyler Co., steam heat- 
ing and ladder mnfrs 
Thomas Towle Co., junk 

Chestnut street 
John Amergian 

161 A. Amergian, boarding house 
Harry Gessarian 
James H. Walsh 
Setrak Ezelielian 
John M. Hughes 
Mrs. Mary A. Peterson 
Joseph S. Gilliatt 
Carl E. Olsen 

Cedar street 
Frank S. Tucker 
Edward O'Brion 
Mrs. Mary E. Ricker 
Antonio Carlo 

Elm street 
Preble street 



LARCH COURT. 

WARD 1. 
From 18 Larch. 



3 John J. Mahoney, st 

4 Walter T. Joyce 



1 Vacant 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

I 181 Forest Ave. 



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151-153 Commercial Street 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



177 



LEFT SIDE. 



From 79 
2 James B. Mungovan 
6 Miss Kalherine Clancy 

Patrick Murphy 
8 Patrick Kelley 

Edward R. Lee 



10 George C. Hutehins 

12 John A. Clancy 

14 Dominick Burke 
16 Patrick J. Barrett 

15 Peter Boivin 

26 John J. Mahoney 

30 John J. Nissen, stable 
Larch court 

34 Mrs. Catherine Fitzgera 
Marion street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
LARCH STREET. 

WARD 1. 
Cumberland avenue to 11 Marion. 
3 John Brown 

Mrs. Ellen G. Fitzsimmons 
5 Mrs. A. F. Dolan 
Lawrence Griffin 
7 Mrs. Mary Bartlett 
Mrs. Bridget King 
Mrs. Cora Farrar 
Pelitah Smith 
■) Edward Conley 
James J. McEvoy 
13 Ralph Fresgo 
15 Frank J. Boyle 
23 John O. Jordan 
29 Consolidated Broken Stone and 

Gravel Co. 
31 Charles D. McDonnell 
33 John Lynch 
Id 35 James E. Butler 

— Marion street 



LASSELL STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From about 1200 Congress, southerly. 

13 Wilbur L. Carter 
23 Melvin D. Stockman 
25 Vacant 



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James Atkins 
Anders N. Bruns 
Nathan S. Verrlll 
Herbert A. Gushing 
Charles F. Stubbs 

Myrtle street 



LAUREL LANE. 

WARD 3. 
From opposite 179 Pearl to 79 Myrtle. 

1 Christopher Ohristianson 



Mrs. Margaret Rooney 



19 — Myrtle street 



Elisha E. O'Neil 
Edward D. Walker 
John Collins 
Stillman I. Bragan 
Ralph H. Ames 
Paul A. Bretschneider 
Pearl street 



LAUREL STREET. 

WARD 3. 
From 82 Wilmot to 181 Pearl. 

5 William J. Hawkins 



Charles W. Stover 
9 Vacant 

Thomas T. Lincoln 
1 3 Isaiah M. Harvey 

William H. Coolbroth, jr. 
1 9 — Pearl street 



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WARD 8. 
From 331 Woodford to 138 Pleasant av enue. 



1'rank Crockett 
Edward B. Coffin 

Hig&ins street 

Walter J. Laughlin 
Walter G. Pennell 
John R. Hampson 
Albion J. P. White 
James McMurtrie 

Orkney street 
Ernest E. Decker 
Wilford F. Whitney 



Charles R. Nelson 
Harry B, Lowell 
Abraham L. Bruns 
George L. Hall 
Alvah G. Eldridge 
Neils Jorgensen 
John T. Archambeau 
Joseph Smith 
William E. Cousins 



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62 

74 
80 
84 
88, 
94 
96 
114 — 



LEFT SIDE. 

LA1YX 

Anson R. Van Amburg 
Howard W. Fenderson 
Arthur A. Browne 

Tremont street 
William T. Maddocks 
Benjamin T. Maddocks 
Horace F. Davis 
>0 Concord street 

J. Everett Maguire 
Wilmot Sturdivant 

Pleasant avenue 



RIGHT SIDE. 



AVENUE — Continued. 



53 George D. Colley 

57 Hartley W. Latham 

61 Willis B. Wormell 

67 John A. Hayden 

71 E. Leigh Proctor 

85 Howard L. Strout 
Harry D. Currier 



87, 89 
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Pleasant avenue 



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WARD 9. 
From Rosemont avenue, westerly. 

— Everett W. York 

LE1.AND STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Presumpscot Park to Evergreen Cemetery 



70, 

84 

94, 

114 

118 
120, 
136- 



Madeline street 


19 


32 Mabel street 


29 


Walter W. Jordan 


37 


52 Alba street 


53 


Mrs. Marv L. Howe 




Ambrose A. Thing 


67, 


Bernard J. Grattan 


71 


John W. Turner 


87 


72 Brentwood street 


95 


Will H. Adams 




96 Richardson street 


107 


Mrs. Alice A. Symonds 




Ernest N. Cunningham 


119 


Hans J. Neilson 




122 Leonard street 


131 


• Evergreen Cemetery 


133, 



21 Concord street 

Charles H. Sawyer 
39 Pleasaut avenue 

Leon C. Bailey 

69 Brentwood street 

Moses N. Hawks 

William H. Robinson, vet surgeon 

Harrv C. Rockwell 

Joseph H. Rollin 

Frank Batchelder 

Crosby street 
James M. Bennett 
Rev. Henry Chandler 
Sumner W. Johnson 
135 — New street 



LENNOX STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Windsor terrace to Casco bay. 

19 Harold K. Benner 
21 Clarence E. Lincoln 
25 Mrs. Etta J. Mann 
31 Harry M. Gould 
Casco bay — Casco bay 

LEONARD STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From 120 Leland to opposite 18 Best. 



Ernest L. Foss 
William H. Richardson 
Edmund R. Macomber 
Best street 



9 John H. Corbin 
11 Charles F. Marble 
13 William McKone 

Edward C. Jones, carpenter 
45 Leander M. Clark 
4 9 — Best street 



LEWIS STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 15 Cushman to 90 Pine. 



Franklin 
Harry B. 



P. Clark 
Eddy 



Samuel Lord 



Miss Annie E. Moses 
Washington J. Orr 
G. Waldon Smith 
Mrs. Edward S. Doten 
Thomas C. Hooper 
Susan H. Jordan 



Show Cases, Store Fixtures 
Bank and Office Furniture 



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IN 

20 

28- 



LBFT SIDE. 



George W. Libby 
W. Homer Lane 

Pine street 



llus C. Cloudman 
Robert T. Scott 
Henry C. W. Manning 



EWIS STREET 



KIGHT SIDE. 

-Continued. 
Edward L. Sayward 
Charles A. Plummer 
George H. Thompson 
Mrs. Ella R. Mattocks 
Rev. Edwin P. Wilson 
Osroe L. Huston 

— Pine street 



LEXINGTON AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 
From Wall, northerly. 



Thomas E. Foley 



Hartley T.ierney 

Fore river 



LIBERTY STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1138 Congress to Fore river. 

7 John J. Benson 
9 
17 
19 



8 
12 
16 
18 
22 
26 
30- 



John P. Burke 
Joseph A. Hodgkins 
Michael McDonough 
Fore river 
LIGHTFOOT STREET. 
WARD 8. 
From B. & M. R. R. to 42 Winslow. 
Milton Thorne 
William H. Fagan, Jr. 
Linwood L. Norcross 
Arthur Harmon 

Hans H. Hansen 15 Alexander A. Brown 

Chesley L. Ward Charles A. Adams 

Philip C. Stebbins 
Chester V. Pierce 
James Edgar 
Edward L. Brown 
Fred A. Burnham 
John D. Darker 

"Winslow street 29 — Winslow street 

LINCOLN STREET. 
WARD 8. 
From 598 Forest avenue to opposite 13rt Beacon. 
O B. & M. R* R. 
1 Herbert J. DeShon 
Mrs. Mary P. Race 
Willis A. Fagan 
Fred C. Scribner 
Thomas G. Harris 
Guy P. Danforth 
Arthur B. Green 
Dr. Wallace W. Robinson 
36 Deerlnpr avenue 

Fred A. Genthner 
Alton I. Cropley 
D. Winfleld Dow 
John McAllan 
Adelbert O. Tupper 
66 M. C. R. R. 

Frank E. Congdon 
James C. Stout 
Gardner Walker 
William G. Read 
William R. Read 
George A. William 
Miss Josephine A. Dyer 
Miss Gara M. Dyer 

Beacon street 



;i Henry I. Jordan 



13. 35 



Dcerlng avenue 



65 M. C. R. R. 

Grant Dufresne 
William H. Phillips 
Lerov W. Jack 
Mrs. Ella I. Card 
Clement J. Stetson 
Henrv B. Peters 



Beacon street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



KIGHT SIDE 



12 



10 



Frank M. Bradley- 
Charles L. Lufkin 

Ashmont stree 



LINDEN STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 21 Longfellow 
9 
11 



14 

18 

. 20 

O 24 



From 

Mrs. Katherine E. McCann 
J. Austin Read 
John H. Steele 
Miss Annie H. Beckett 
Charles Bartlett 
Mrs. Marguret Lawson 
Frederick J. Close 
Henry W. GiBoin 
George W. Gee 
Martin Meehan 
James A. King 



to 2 Ashmont. 
John W. Dyer 
Ensley MacKenzie 
Frank D. Sampson 
15 John H. Wildes 
— V mIi moot street 

LOCUST STREET. 
WARDS 2, 3. 
Congress to 170 Cumberland avenue. 



3-9 St. Paul's church 



15 George B. Williams 
Maurice J. Mitchell 

17 Charles Alexander 
Mrs. Ann M. TIbbetts 

21 Richard J. Duddy 



O 26 

w 28 


Mrs. Hannah Murray 






Frank L. Bowie 






o 30 ~ 


— Cumberland avenue 


29- 


— Cumberland avenue 


LONGFELLOW 


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From 23 Noyes 


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Charles F. Holden 


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Linden street 






Cottage street 


Deerlng avenue 




Deering avenue 


M. C. R. R. 




M. C. R. R. 






St. George street 


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Orland street 


Beacon street 




Beacon street 


2 H4 


Delilois stree* 


103 Joseph Tyler 


Fred V. Matthews 


10S 


Albert L. Davis 


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Norman N. McCrillis 




109 Warren P. Doughty 




11C 


Oren P. Weymouth 


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Highland street 




Highland street 


LOWELL 


STREET. 


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WARD 


7. 


Q. 


From 1051 Congress to 478 Portland. 


22, 


24 Burnham street 


13. 


15 A. H. Berry Shoe Co., fac 


26 


Charles E. Milliken 


17, 


19 Cherry street 


28 


William J. Lineham 


21. 


23 Burnham street 






27 


George E. Bagley 


30 


Harry W. Grant 


29 


Charles N. Misner 


34 


Harry P. Holloran 


31 


Charles H. Daicy 


i 38 


Herman H. Roberts 




Arthur Daicy 


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Richard Tway 


37, 


39 West school 


Portland street 


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Portland street 


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STREET. 


WARD 


9. 


o 


From 30 Leland to Evergreen Cemetery. 


1 60 


Cornell A. Barnes 


15 


Fred F. Phillips 


Ql 

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George C. Wiggin 


19 


Abiza'h C. Wilson 


Mrs. Mary J. Wallace 


31 


George E. Shorey 


Walter B. Lopez 


35 


Tlhomas Hennigar 


y- 82, 


84 Best street 


5 9 


Orrington K. Merry 


88 


John D. Boyle 


71 


W. Oscar Hennigar 


98- 


Evergreen Cemetery 


97- 


— Evergreen Cemetery 



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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

MACKWORTH STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From opposite 14 4 Ocean avenue to Back bay. 
13 Levi W. iStearns 
15 Frank A. Farwell 
Back bay Back bay 

MADELINE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Leland northwesterly to Evergreen Cemetery. 
Benjamin J. Cobb 19 David Grant 

Arthur L. Smith William Z. Svlvester 

Melvin L. Smith 

Evergreen Cemetery 



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From 94 Wash 

Mrs. Sadie Marston 
Lawrence Leary 
James K. O'Neil 
Levi M. Blake 
Siewert A. Siewertsen 
Mrs. Marie J. Anderson 
(rear) Jens E. Pederson 
Oscar E. Sanborn 
David Iceton 
William G. Parker 
Vacant, s 

Greenleaf street 



34. 42 County Jail workshop 



48- 



Anderson street 



Evergreen Cemetery 

\DISO.\ STREET. 

WARD 2. 
ington avenue to 73 Anderson. 

1 Karl P. Christiansen 
Niles C. Hanson 
Edward S. McVail 
5 Henry Dlone 
9, 11 Wlnthrop street 

13 Michael Garrity 
15 Mrs. Annie McLaughlin 
19 Frank J. Hayes 
21 Nicholas Anderson 
23 Isabella M. Gallagher 

(rear) Mrs. Lizzie A. Weeks 
29 Greenleaf street 

37 George McAuley, marble worker 
39 Thomas A. Tavlor 
41 Harrv W. Ward 
William G. Day 
45 John Neuner 
4 9 — Anderson street 



MANNERS AVENUE. 



Alverdo R. Small 
Lyman P. Austin 
Wallace W. Clark 
Thomas Moran 
Charles G. McKenney 
J. J. Keating 
Dudley T. Merrill 
Ferdinand De Gruchy 
Walter S. Llewellvn 
Fred F. McNeil 
James S. Llewellyn 
Herbert N. Willie 
Lawrence Ebbenson 



WARD 8. 
From 1163 Congress, northerly. 

— Arthur Connor 

— George E. Marsters 

— Fred L. Ebbeson 

— Arthur H. Clarke 

— Beverley J. Alward 

— Mary A. Bonnevie 

— Tallas Michaud 



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William Reagan 



MAPLE STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5. 
From 339 Commercial to 68 Pleasant. 
22, 24 York street 23, 25 York street 

28 Patrick J. Donahue 27, 29 

George Finnon 

Frank McBrine 
30 Private, st 
32 Thomas O'Donnell 

Patrick Flathery 
3R Michael Cooney 



Brown's storehouse 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



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John J. Sullivan 
b Patrick J. Joyce 

"* Mrs. Margaret Hiltz 

g 38 William J. Gato 

Harmedos C. Hamel 
m 42,44 Diiii forth street 

_ 46 Mrs. Patrick Welch 

John W. Murphy 
46A Joseph Curran 



MAPLE STREET— Continue* 



41. 43 



Danforth street 



50 



5 4 



12 



Michael McDonnell 
Charles C. White 
Joseph H. Harrigan 
James Burns 
Patrick Kelley 
William H. Goode 

Pleasant street 



li» Mrs. Ann Fay 

Patrick Flaherty 
51 Miss Margaret E. Donnell 

Mrs. Bridget O'Homsen 
53 Philip Porrell 

63 — ■ Pleasant street 



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EWOOD STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From 1340 Washington avenue to beyond Knight. 
9 Irving W. Small 

Hannah W. Littlefield 

Abbott street 
Knight street 

MARIE TERRACE. 

WARD 3. 
From 292 Congress. 

1 Joseph Donatelli 
Mary E. Bradley 
3 Samuel M. Deraney 
Mrs. Mary Gillhooley 



Joseph D. Legault 
Arthur E. Thurlow 
George Prince 

Knight street 



Mrs. Bessie E. Rich 

Joseph T. Holt 
Robert J. O'Leary 



10 Mi 



M A RIO N STREET. 

WARD 1. 

From 144 Sheridan to 87 Washington avenue. 
Jennie Magnusson 7 Vacant 



14 


I^arch street 


11 
13 


18 


Thomas F. Landers 


15 


20 


Ephraim LaPierre 




24 


Mrs. Catherine Cummings 






Joseph T. Cote 


19 


28 


John J. Doughter 




30- 


- Washington avenue 


29 



James M. Blanchard 
Patrick A. Landers 
James Vaughan 
John A. MeDonough 
James E. Golden 
Miss Mary A. Cronin 
Mrs. Florence Eaton 
Frank Clahane 
Mrs. Abbie Somers 

"Washington avenue 



MARKET STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4. 
From 153 Commercial to 386 Congress. 



2-8 H. S. Melcher Co.. whol. grocers 
10, 12 H. S. Melcher Co., storeroom 
14 Vacant, s 
16-20 Fore street 

26, 28 Michael Shiling, junk 
30 Frank H. Wheeler, rsnt 
32 Thomas Dyer & Co.. meats 
34 Samuel A. Pierce, grocer 
36 Diamond Bros., provisions 
38 Wilfred W. Dunn, eggs 
40 Fred Goth, gunsmith 
42 Lerov Yates, stoves, ete 
44 Milk street 

46 Vacant, s 
48. 50 Vacant, s 
58 E. C. Jones & Co., ins agts 



1, 11 C. H. Robinson Co., paper 
1 3 Storehouse 
1 7, 19 Fore street 

21 Boothby Public Baths 
29-35 Armory 
3941 Milk street 

43 Russ, Eveleth & Tngalls 

wear mfrs 
45 Willey & Calhoun, steam 
47-51 Vacant, s 
53 Vacant, s 

O Middle street 
69, 71 F. O. Bailey Carriage 
81 Vacant, s 
S3 Vacant, o 
S5 George W. Wells, barber 



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LEFT SIDE. 

MARKET STRE 
Jones Real Estate Co. 
Portland Sporting Goods Co. 
M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. 
Allen, Sterling & Lothrop 
William Senter & Co., jewelers 
National Cash Register Co. 
Frank B. Shepherd & Co.. real est 
74 First National Bank bids 

Middle street 
78 Post Office building 



RIGHT SIDE 



uo 

102 
106 
108 
110 
112 
114 
116 
118 
124 
126 
128 
130 

136- 



Post Office avenue 

Centennial building (rear ent) 

Daily Press, o 

Printers' Exchange 

Eastern Argus Publishing Co., o 

Canadian Express Co., o 

Prince's Express Co., o 

Tucker Printing Co. o 

Federal street 
Vacant, s 

Myles F. O'Sullivan, plumber 
Plummer's Ins. Agency 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 

Congress street 



ET — Continued. 
85 Edwin H. Hosmer, claim agt 

Miss Grace M. Wood, pension at- 
torney, rm 19 
Portland Sewer Pipe & Artificial 

Stone Co. 
J. Emery Harmon, contractor 
McCaskey Register Co., rm 12 
Associated Charities 
Widows' Wood Society 
Maine Children's Committee 
East Jersey Match Co., rm 19 
Children's Protective Society 
Milliken & Philbrook, foresters, 

rm 22 
Henry C. Houston, pension atty 
Mayo Manufacturing Co., sealing 

machines 
Munson & Simonton Mfg. Co. 
Maine Coast Realty Co. 
Louville H. Dyer, lawyer 
Albert W. Tolman, lawyer 
Ernest E. Noble, lawyer 
Jacob H. Berman, lawyer, rm 12 
The W. R. Manufacturing Co., 
gents' furnishings 
S7 Vacant, o 

89 Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. 
91-97 Newbury street 

Federal Court House 
115, 117 Federal street 

119 W. H. Winslow Co., mattresses 
Union Furnishing Co., furniture 
12?> John N. Long, furniture 
125 Vacant 
127 Storehouse 

129 Mrs. Clara Hinckley, rsnt 
129% Mrs. iSadie Austin, lodging h 

Ernest Austin 
131 Wong Chong, laundry 
133 Chemical Engine No. 1 
135 Vacant 
137 — Congress street 



Vacant 
Mrs. Annie Herwood 
Patrick J. Joyce 
Martin A. Sullivan 

Brattle street 



MARTYR STREET. 

AVARD 5. 
From 157 Forest avenue to Brattle. 

9 Canton street 



17 Thomas Duff 

21 Fannica Tabachnick, junk shop 

— - Brattle street 



MATTHEWS STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From Con-ord to 170 Pleasant avenue. 



Pleii.saiit avenue 



Walter H. Dresser 
Charles E. Sayward 
Ardon W. Coombs 

Pleasant avenue 



MAY STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 249 Danforth to 258 Spring. 



Harvey L. Sanders 



3 Ambrose McMillan 
John J. Coyne 
Edward Hinds 



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Andrew M. Anderson 
Stephen U. Libby 
Mrs. Catherine Smith 
Silas H. Redmond, Jr, 
Peter Quincannon 
Edward P. Twomey 
Frank C. Brown 



Wiliam J. Wilkinson 
Charles B. Place 



RIGHT SIDE. 



MAY STREET — Continued. 



18, 20 



Taylor street 



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Ernest A. Ling-ley 
Edward H. Sylvester 
Newton R. Dexter 
Charles F. Roberts 

Spring street 



From 163 ( 
Vacant 

Rev. J. A. M. Rodholm 
Danish Lutheran church 



John L. Lawrence 
(rear) Georg-e J. Collins 
Corbin H. Smith 
Michael E. Collins 
Mrs. William Sawyer 
Fred G. Thompson 
Joseph H. Lynch 



II 



Thomas Curran 
Daniel J. McCarthy 
John E. Ronan 
(rear) Bernard J. Ricker 
John McL. Moore 
F. Haskell Pike 
Mrs. Florence Wihittaker 
Daniel A. Hamilton 
Mrs. Arravesta D. Tarbox 
Melville R. Babb 
Mrs. Rosetta F. Illsley 
Wilfred S. Peabody 
Michael Welch 
John E. Fitzpatrick 
Nathan C. Young- 
Fred D. Fernald 
Charles E. D. Rodick 
Frank E. Fickett 
Edward H. Johnson 
Spring street 



Oxford street 



X 

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42 


Michael A. Foley 


41 


44 


Daniel Earley 


45 


X 




William McCann 




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46 


Edwin C. Dyer 


47 


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Herbert J. Files 




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William Jones 


49 


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William H. Farthing 




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57 


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Lancaster street 


59 


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2 Mrs. Margaret White 



MAYO STREET. 

WARD 2. 
Cumberland avenue to Back bay. 
5 Thomas Dudride:^ 
Michael J. Griffin 
9 . Mark G. Foley 

Mrs. Margaret M. .Smith 
11 Fred P. Gorman 
William H. Gray 
Soren T. Jensen 
(rear) Thomas F. Purcell 
13 Mrs. Mary E. Allen 
15 Charles S. Campbell 

Charles R. Whitcomh 
17 Fred Boyce 

Ernest B. Orne 
Robert Williams 
Charles A. Wiswell 
21 Jeremiah F. Coleman 
23 Wiliam H. Garton 
25 William H. Chute 
33 Oxford street 

35 Charles S. Pennell 
Francis M. Pierce 
Percival A. Cameron 
Theodore L. Gagne 
(rear) Eveline Saunders 
William E. Bell 
Wilbur A. Ricker 
Peter Noel 
William Logue 
William Graffam 
Mary S. Ritchie 
Daniel M. Casey 

Lancaster street 
Back bay 



WARD 8. 
From Hillcrest to Rowe avenue. 

— William Colbi 

— James A. Munroe 
MECHANIC PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 31 Mechanic. 

1 John Murphy 

3 Pete J. Anthoenzen 



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563 Congress St. 
131 Woodford St. 
I 81 Forest Ave. 



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RIGHT SIDE. 


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From 401 Cumber 


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10 


William A. Staples 


5 


Miss Margaret G. Flaherty 
Peter H. Terrio 


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9 


John W. Carr 


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14 


Daniel T. Haley 


13 


John J. Joyce 
Dana W. Graffam 


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(rear) Miss Clara B. Robbins 


16 


Menzies A. Fessenden 


15 


Charles G. Dichards 


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George J. Barker 




Miss Viola A. Smith 








(rear) Charles E. Rickett 


tn 








John B. Flaherty 






17 


Miss Mary E. Trowbridge 








Henry W. Way 


C/3 


20 


Miss Lucy E. Guptill 




(rear) William H. Dwyer 




Frank M. Ellis 


19 


Hans P. Anderson 


>• 




Guy Pettengill 


21 


Samuel Smith 




24 


George A. Currier 


25 


Mrs. Annie M. Johnson 


I 




Albert W. Eustis 




Charles M. Hunt 


5! n 




George B. Lang 


29 


Benjamin F. Tukey 


30 


William F. Moulton 




John K. Parks 




Lewis A. Barker 




Mechanic place 


rf 


3 2 


Otis W. Winslow 


31 


David J. Dolley 


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36 


Vacant 




Mrs. Mary V. Murphy 


E. B. 


40 


Harry E. Davis 


35 


Mrs. Harriet E. Parks 


5' 5' 


42 


Mrs. Mary E. Sawyer 




Miss Charlotte E. Kimball 


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44 


Mrs. Abbie L. Mains 


37 


Henry O'Connor 


r« 3 




Mrs. Florence B. Reid 




Neils C. Neilson 


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46 


Samuel Mason 


41 


Vacant 




Mrs. Sarah A. McGee 




(rear) Mrs. Mary Lawrence 


50- 


- Portland street 


4 5- 


— Portland street 




MELBOURNE STREET. 






WARD 


L. 




From 282 Eastern promenade to 73 North. 


§ 3 


16 


William J. Siteman 


9 


Chester Lawrence 


3 3 




Mrs. Katherine Stockton 




Everett C. Johnson 


Qrq W 


18 


Jeremiah Rogers 


13 


Ralph W. Dyer 


s» 5* 




Claude Edwards 


19 


Alfred M. Boothby 


20 


Emerson street 




Erastus Boothby 


26 


Arthur L. Goshen 


23 


Thomas Cowan 




28 


Albert Wade 


25 


Daniel E. Kerr 




32 


Philip C Levecque 




(Samuel F. Pierce 




40 


Henry N. Skillings 


27 


Arthur R. Elliot 




John M. Marshman 


33 


Arthur Webber 


42 


Thomas F. Small 


35 


Mrs. William F. Bennett 


(Si © 


44 


George E. Manslse 


45- 


49 Willis street 




Mrs. Helen F. Gould 


51 


Michael H. Dailey 


ft) 


52 


Samuel Dealy 


53 


Walter A. Bowie 


83 


56 


Merrill street 




Frank P. Thompson 


58 


Walter T. Thomas 


57 


W T illiam H. Trufant 


62 


Thomas Conley 




Willis E. True 


O 


64 


Ulham A. Coffin 


61 


Henry E. McLaughlin 




Mrs. Margaret Craig 


63 


John W. Lyons 


66 


Peter P. Aaskov 




Archie H. Williams 




(rear) Vacant, st 


71 


Eugene A. Spauldlng 


3fl 


72 


Albus R. Moody 


73 


Mrs. Lenora Flagg 


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Lewis W. Ball 




Fred E. Haskell 


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74 


Edwin A. Boothby 






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76 


Lewis Mansfield 
Mrs. Lucy Pierce 






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80 


Owen S. Swanton 






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LEFT SIDE. 



From 
10 Ermon D. Eastman 
14 Charles D. Booth 
24 Malcolm F. Hammond 
30 George S. Payson 
42 Frederick W. Roofnson 

Mrs. Anna E. Merrill 
4 4-48 Cumberland avenue 

56 Vacant 
60 John A. Kennedy 
62 George O. Jones 
62A Joseph C. Nagle 

Stephen E. Mathews 
64 George H. Blake 
66, 68 Sherman street 

86, 88 Grant street 

90 Joseph L. Doyle 

David F. Maguire 

Peter W. Maguire 
106— Portland street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
MELLEN STREET. 
WARD 6. 

27 Congress to 210 Portland. 

11 James E. Wengren 
15 Robert C. Foster 



25-29 



47, 49 



Deering stree 



Cumberland avenue 



— Sacred Heart church 



67, 6 9 Sherman street 

73 Holy Innocents' Home 
Louis H. Winship 
Thomas J. Desmond 
Harry M. Hill 
89 Gfrant street 

— Portland street 



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107 



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38, 40 



MR I, HOSE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 29 Belmont to junction" Woodfor 

Coyle street 
Clifton street 



52 Mrs. Anna Weber 

Arlington street 



d and Arlington. 
17, 19 Coyle street 

37, 39 Clifton street 

41 Chesley C. Phelan 
51 Thomas E. Thompson 

Woodford street 



MERHILL COURT. 

WARD 4. 
From 77 Chestnut to 44 Stone. 



Stone s< reet 



1 Lafayette M. Chase 

Reginald M. Cross 
3 John E. Marr 

Charles H. Saunders 
5 William W. Kerr 

(rear) Mrs. Lena F. Worm well 
5— Stone street 



MERHILL STREET, 

WARD 1. 



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From S3 Con 

Abner Green 
Pearl W. Johnson 
Mrs. Ethel H. Stormes 
Walter A. French 
J. Franklin Crockett 
(rear) Lewis H. Fuller 
Elias B. Mathew 
Charles F. Young 
Manuel A. Robeiro 
Albert Trickey 

Cumberland avenue 



30 Miss Lillian Young 
32 Samuel E. Hellier 



Cnrleton plaee 



3 6 Vacant 



gress to 52 Melbourne. 
5 O. K. Eaton 

9 Miss Henriette C. Harris, millinery 
13 Arthur E. Pollard 

Ernest E. Ball 
15 Forest L. Storer 

John E. Lindsey 
19 Mrs. Hattie Wilcox 

(rear) Walter Richey 
21 Mrs. EIJa E. Fickett 

Mrs. Harriet Fowler 
23 Frank E. Hoglund 

Erick Peterson 
27 Mrs. Hattie Eldridge 

Samuel J. Barnaby 
29 Randall A. Mundee 

Arthur F. Mosher 
31, 33 Turner street 

35 Mrs. Annie Samuels 
■\1 Jacob L. Littlefield 
41 James W. Brown 



SHOW CASES 
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NEW ENGLAND CABINET WORKS 

71 KENNEBEC STREET 



CABINETWORK 

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LEFT SIDE. 



MERRILL S' 



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William Pride 
Edwin A. ^killings 
John A. Buckley 
David R. Wallace * 
Frank D. Higgins 
James G. Whitten 
Louis A. Starling 
Mrs. Mary A. Fletcher 
Ingwald Farstad 
Fred R. Morton 
64 Quebec street 

E. N. Greely & Sons, o and st 



Melbourne *treet 



RIGHT SIDE. 
'HEET — Con Li n ued. 

43 Mrs. Mary E. Heuston 
45 Mrs. Mary J. Adams 
49 Sidney A. Driskell 
51 Merton E. Pay son 

John F. Callahan 
55 John A. Jacqueline 
57 Elmer W. Jones 

Robert F. Brown 
61, 63 Quebec street 

65 Willis Love 
67 John Dunn 
69 John P. McKenney 

Joseph H. Clayton 
73 Mrs. Stella F. Sweetser 

Thomas L. Libby 
7 9 — - Melbourne street 



MIDDLE STREET. 



From opposite 1 
Max Oransky 
Jake Oransky 
Mrs. Mary A. Haley 
Samuel Livingstone 
Miss Lizzie F. Walsh 
James Collins 
Frank Santanelli 



WARDS 2, 3, 4. 

7 Hancock to Monument 



16 Martin Joyce 

18 Mrs. Margaret E. Kelley 

20 Bernard Goffin 



32 Eagle Hotel 

36 Adam W. Wright, fruit 

36A Nathaniel Sheckner 

Morris Weisberg 

Bennet Fuerman 

Charles Rose 
36BDominick Gentile 
38 R. Clemente & Co., tailors 
40 Louis W. TriDaldi. rsnt 
40ABabi Shoched 

Miar Glen 

Abe Brastalusky 

H. Pellerin 
42 Hyman Blumenthal, variety 
44 Angelo Giasco, grocer 
4 8 Myers Schwey 

Lewis Rice 
50 Max Blumenthal 

Hyman Dratobonet 
52 Antonio Riga, grocer 

Vincence DiBendetto. grocei 
54 Antonio Leo, pool 
56 Surace Brothers, cigars 
58 Guiseppe Pio, grocer 

60 Peter J. Palmer, barber 



1 Florence J. McCarthy 
3 Mrs. Persis Graff am 

Edward B. Smith 
7 Abraham Rapaport 
13 Jeremiah F. L. McCarthy 

Morris Levine 

Michael Shiling 

Jacob Erlick 

Aaron Davidson 

Abel Herman 

(rear) Tony Gillo 
17 Bellinde Rosario 

(rear) Andrew Cafarri 
19 Hyman Simansky 

Mrs. Bridget Mulkern 

(rear) Mrs. Marv Nixon 
23 John Zobbe 
25 Tony Batti 

(rear) Mrs. Amelia Wilson 
27 Charles H. Mayberry 

Nathan Myerson 

India street 
35 Gaspare Vervena 
39 Mikele Paolino, barber 

Jacob M. Weinstein, paint 
41 Felice Palermo 

Val Tierney 
4 3 Anthony R. Ganem 

goods 
45 James L. Murphy 
45 A Jacob R. Ganem 

Deeb Dyer 

Anthony R. Ganem 
17 Anthony R. Ganem 

goods 
49 Lucius H. Cummings. stoves, etc 
49AMrs. Katherine Smith 
51 Martin P. Wold 
51% Reuben Pilot 
53 Julius Radden 
55 Thomas Matthews 

Julius Radden, tailor 
57 Michael Bagano, pool 
51 y 2 Vacant 
61 Lewis Lerner 

Samuel Bemson 

Peter Palmer 



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LEFT SIDE. 

MIDDLE STRE 

62-68 Boston Supply Co., furniture 
70 B. Perverado, fruit 

Hampshire street 

72 Bernard Sulkowitch, grocer 
74 James Nappyolis, barber 

Abraham S. Levy, painter 
76 Charles Blumenthal, tailor 
78 Harris Kodis, tailor 
80 Fred TV. Adams, baker 



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102 
102 
104 
106 

108 



110 
112 
114 
116 
116 
118 

120 

122 
124 
126 
128 
130 
132 



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148 



154 
164 
168 
176 



Franklin street 

William A. Flahertv, drugs 
% William E. Williams 
Chin Hung, laundry 
John L Waite, grocer 
% Vacant 

Max Levi, meats 
Anthony B. Flayfield. dry goods 
A John J. Golding 
•Samuel Sacknoff 
William Sacknoff 
Benjamin Huberman 
B. Huberman, grocer 
B Meyer Goldman 
Jarob Brilliant 
Jacob Brilliant & Son. shoes 

Chatham street 
Julius Levy 

David Shwartz, real estate 
W. C. Tang & Co., teas 
Abraham Weiss, barber 
Maine Tinware Co. 
Joseph Hirshon, pawnbroker 
Harris Geller, tailor 
A National Furniture Co. 
Guen Sing, laundry 
Boston Plumbing Co. 
Joseph S. Schwartz, clothing 

Deer street 
Jacob Judelshon, dry goods 
Miss Elizabeth L. Kriger, millinery 
Moses Sheriff, tailor 
Hvman Rubin, pool 
Abe Ambile, barber 
Elias Greenstein 

Vine street 
-140 Megquier & Jones Co., sh 
Jacob Erlich, fruit stand 
Pearl street 
, 146 Coronet Mfg. Co., shirt waists 
, 152 Parker & Thomes Co., whole- 
sale dry goods 

Silver street 
-160 A. F. Cox & Son, wholesale 

boots and shoes 
, 16C Vacant 

Market street 
-172 First National Bank hldg 
Exchange street 
Mercantile Trust Co., o 



RIGHT SIDE. 
ET — Continued. 

63, 65 Berry Ginsberg, dry goods 
69 Farris Bros., dry goods 

Hampshire street 
71 Harry Katz, grocer 
71% Vacant 

73 Sam Blumenthal, meats 
73% Mrs. Esther G. Shelling 
75 David Josselson, grocer 
75% Vacant 

77 Eli Lerman, shoe repairer 
7 9 Joseph Mack & Son 

(rear) Jewish Synagogue 
79% Bart Peverada 
81 Charles Hatzkelson, grocer 
81% Everett F. Green 

Abraham Staisman 

Mrs. Flora L. Gray 
83 H. Dratobnet, provisions 
83% Anthony B. Flayfiel 

David Scaler 
85 Jacob Silver, shoe repairer 
85% Hyman Bass 

Charles Hatzkelson 
87 Miss Annie Horovitz, dry goods 

Franklin street 
8!) Joseph H. Wolf, clothing 
91 Samuel Serota 

Joseph K. LaRose 
93 Michael Rich 

Harry Silverman 
95 Morris Mack, grocer 
97 Bernard Feuerman 

Harris Feuerman, shoe repairer 
97 % John Peverada 

Harry Fierma 
99 Karlin & Oranskv, clothing 
101-107 Southworth Printing Co. 



105 
109 
111 
113 



117 



119 



127 

131 
133 
135 
137, 



The Clark-Eddy Co., fac 
Wolf Bros., clothing 
Y. W. C. A., East End Branch 
Abraham Simon, shoe repairer 
Jacob Adleman 
113% Abram Goldman, tailor 
115 Bart Peverada 

Garden lane 
Lakeside Printing Company, lith- 
ographers 
Frank H. Emery Co., mfr ladies' 
dresses 
121-125 D. W. Brunei Shoe Co. 
Church street 
William N. Prince & Co., whole- 
sale fancy goods 
Byron Greenough & Co., hats 
B. B. Farnsworth Shoe Co., s 
Storehouse 

141 Cook, Everett & Pennell. 
wholesale drugs 

O Pearl street 
143-147 The Emery-Waterhouse Co.. 

hardware 
149-155 A. H. Berry Shoe Co. 
157-161 Neal D. Smith Co., wholesale 

drv goods 
163. 165 F. O. Bailey Carriage Co., s 
167 Market street 

169-173 Post Office 

Exchange street 
17." John A. Rolfe & Co.. cigars 



H. E. MURDOCK CO., Opticians, 



Glasses Made and Repaired 



Congress Square" 



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Largest Sunday Circulation 
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THE SUNDAY TELEGRAM 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



189 



LEFT SIDE. 



MIDDLE STREET 



176 



178 
ISO 
180 



182 
184 
184 



186 
18S 



%H. A. Dunn & Co., mill supplies 
Benjamin M. Clifford, agt 
Harold H. Rowell, agt 
Harry E. Nixon, lawyer 
The Bowker Press 
Faustino Delavina, cigars 
Donald J. Macdonald, rsnt 

% Levi Greenleaf, lawyer, rra 4 
David H. Drummond, lawyer 
Fred E. Libby, scenic painter 
John F. Proctor, real estate 
George M. Tolford, rm 6 
T. N. Couture, painter, rm 12 
Charles F. Proctor, real estate 
Edwin S. Beal, printer 
Alonzo S. Davis, photographer, 

rm 7 
.Samuel J. Triling & Co.. jewelers 
Lee, Higginson & Co., bankers 

V& Elias Thomas, o 

William W. Thomas, Jr., o 
William W. Thomas, lawyer 
Elias Thomas, Jr., o 
Elias Thomas Co., o 
William H. Willard, agent 
Franklin and Somerset Land and 

Lumber Co., o 
South Branch Improvement Co., o 
Charles H. Gilman, bonds 
Canal National Bank 
Wiliam M. Bradley, lawyer 
James P. Parsons, lawyer 
William S. Linnell, lawyer 



177 

179 

181 

185 
187 



190, 



192 Johnston, 
furnishers 



Bailey Co., house 189 
191 



194 


Eastern Blaugas Co., 


liquid gas 


193 


196 


Smith's Hotel 




199 


198 


Hayden, Stone & Co., 


bankers 


199 



204 



202 IMum street 

Allen & Co.. clothing 



201 

203 
203 
205 
205 



RIGHT SIDE. 
—Continued. 

J. W. Peterson, news-stand 
•Maine News Co., o 
Raffaele Russp, bootblack 
Harry Finks, shoe repairer 
C. F. Holden & Co., clothing 
Chapman National Bank 
Norton Chapman Co., flour, rm 1 
James Maxwell, real estate 
Maine Mercantile Agency, rm 1 
Philip F. Chapman, lawyer, rm 2 
Frederick Pennell, lawyer, rm 2 
Union Carbide Sales Co., o 
Israel H. Caplan, lawyer, rm 3 
Fred A. Blossom, real estate, rms 

6, 7 
W. P. Carr Co., real estate agt., 

rms 6, 7 
Maine State Relief Assn., rms C, 7 
M. P. & H. P. Frank, lawvers, rms 

9 and 10 
Frederic F. Talbot, bonds, rm 10a 
Falmouth Loan & Building Assn.. 

rm 11 
Edward F. Tompson, lawyer, rm 

11 
H. F. Webb Co., canned goods, rm 

12 
The Fidelity Mutual Life Ins. Co.. 

rm 14 
George F. Gould, rm 17 
Blackstone & Smith, masons, rm 

18 
John Calvin Stevens, architect, 

rms 19-23 
.Tohn Howard Stevens, architect, 

rms 19-23 
Charles J. Clement, rm 24 
Rowell Bros., clothing 
Loren D. Austin, o 
Clinton H. Chesley, tailor, rm B 
Horace H. Fogg, tailor, rm B 
Verrill, Hale & Booth, lawyers, 

rms 1, 8 
George G. Hay, ins agt., rms 9. 10 
Silas H. McAlpine, ins agt, rms 9, 

10 
Clifford E. McGlaughlin, lawyer, 

rms 11-12 
Frederick R. Lewis, ins agt 
Fabius M. Ray, lawyer, rms 14. 16 
Arthur Chapman, lawyer, rms 14- 

16 
Harry C. Wilbur, lawyer, rms 11- 

16 
Aetna Life Ins. Co., rms 17, 20 
Edward T. Fenley, lawyer, rm 2 4 
, 197 Casco National Bank 

Farr & Lewis, boots and shoes 
V 2 Fred W. Grosstuck, tailor 
Dugel Zion Association 
Daughters of Israel 
Madams Dawn, massage 
Louis F. Amatruda, blootblack 
Imperial Barber Shop 
Joseph S. Bernstein, jeweler 
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John D. Keefe, drugs 
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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



MIDDLE STREET— Continued. 



208 
210 



United States Trust Co. 

Davis & Cartland, boots and shoes 



212, 214 Falmouth Hotel 



216 
218 



220 
222 



Hunt, Ellis & Co., brokers 
J. B. Brown & Sons, real estate 
Trustees estate J. B. Brown, o 
Falmouth Hotel (ladies entrance) 
York & Boothby Co., electricians 



224, 226 



nion street 



228 T. L. Merrill Co., hardware 
228% A. E. Pool, jeweler 

Moses S. Burbank, tailor 

Edgar H. Dill, barber 

Albert H. Pratt, printer and real 
estate 

Carl TV. Holman, tailor 

230 The Capitol Lunch Co., rsnt 
232 Robert F. Somers & Co., hatters 
234 Portland Bargain Clothing Co. 

236, 238 Chenery Mfg. Co., fancy goods 
242 Burbank. Douglass & Co., crock- 
ery 
24 4 Maine Savings Bank 



» 248, 250 



254 



Cross street 



Prce street 



256-262 H. H. Hay's Sons, drugs 



264 The James Bairey Co., horse fur- 
nishing goods 
266 George L. Homstead, cigars, etc 
266% John B. Reed, real estate 

Irving Stearns, broker 
268 Josef Vonyik, rsnt 
268% William M. Leig-hton. tailor 
270 George F. Junkins, real estate agt 

Clarence H. Brown, jeweler 
272-274 Frank M. Low & Co., clothing 
276 Fred L. Bosworth, barber 

Joseph M Legault. music teacher 
Shaw-Thompson Co., stained glass 
Mrs. Geraldine L Howe, toilet 

specialties 
Charles F. Lowell, dentist 
Leander M. Nute, voilin mfr 
Samuel D. Plummer, real estate 
278 Frank M. Low & Co., clothing 



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225 



207 Coe, the Hatter, s 
209, 217 Temple street 

219 Fred B. Ricker, cigars, etc 

221 George E. Currier, pawnbroker 

223 Maine Coast Cottager 

Samuel A. Packard, dentist 
Samuel A. Packard, Jr., dentist 
Herbert E. H. Packard, dentist 
H. W. Bryant, bookseller 
The Brentwood Print 
A. Ulmer Cutlery Co. 

2251/2 Bearse, Murphy & Co., wholesale 
fancy goods 
H. J. Burrowes Co., picture frames 
George C. Orr, adv agt 
John A. Hadzor, cigar mfy 
Charles E. Davis, sign painter 
G. C. Tainsh Sign Co. 

227 Fred L Martin, toys 

Hogan Bros., clothing 

Bates Butler, Littlefield Co., whol 

fancy goods 
Chadbourne & Kendall, woolens 
Wm. W. Roberts Co., stationery 
Joseph A. Callan. tailor 

235% Arthur W. MacVane, dentist 
The Skillin Co., jewelry 
Herbert S. Kennedy, photographer 
George E. Brown, storage 
Fred A. Kierstead, watchmaker 
239 Louis ,S. Silverman & Co., 

clothing 
W. W. Mansfield Co., jewelers 
Hasty, Hammett, Benner Co., 

wholesale millinery 
Lamson Nature Print Co. 
Finks Bros., boots and shoes 
Louis Winstein, clothing 
Morrill H. Ames, tailor 
Portland Band 

W. E. Chandler, musician, rm 5 
A. W. Laughlin, confectioner 
Shay! or Engraving Co., sh 
Hawes Music Store 
J. T. McCarthy, hatter 
American Clothing Co. 
D. W. Schwartz, hatter 

257% F. H. Butler, millinery 

Charles R. Smith, photographer 

259 Portland Rubber Co., s 

261 F. H. Butler, millinery 

261% F. H. Butler, sh 

The Ricker Co. Print Shop 
Mark Levine, clothing 
5, 267 J L Brackett & Co., trunk 
mfrs 
Talbot, Brooks & Ayer, hardware 
George W. Merrill, drugs 
William D. Buck, ticket broker 
J. Frank Babb, agent 
James F. Rowell, dentist 
J. E. Fickett Co., awnings 
A. H. Scott Co, custom shirts 
George L Warren, o 
John J. Riley, barber 



229 
231 



233 
235 



237, 



241 
243 



245 
247 
249 



251 
253 

257 



263 



269 
271 
273 



275-277 
279 



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William T. McDonough, rsnt 
Federal street 
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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

MILK STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4. 
From 36 Pearl to 29 Exchange. 
2 National Biscuit Co., cracker mfrs 5 Charles P. Sawyer, st 
4 Holmes Confectionery Co. 

S-10 Salvation Army Industrial 11 Silver street 

Home 13, 15 Vacant 

12 Silver street 17, 19 C. H. Farley, storehouse 

20 Auditorium 21, 23 Eastern Beef Co. , 

Armory 25-29 Market street 

2S, 30 Market street 35 Robert A. Brownley, barber 

32, 34 Leroy Yates, stoves, etc 37 Prentiss Loring Son & Co., o 

— Exchange street — Exchange street 



MONTGOMERY STREET. 

WARD 2. 
From 231 Congress to 128 Cumberland avenue 
George A. Penley 1 Vacant 



Cumberland avenue 21 — Cumberland avenue 

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From 1200 Congress near Powsland, southerly. 



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16 Fred C. Robinson 15 Mrs. Annie L. Sherman 

24 Arthur W. Emery 23 William O. Buck 

29 Charles S. Palmer 

32 Philip D. Chamberlain 31 Rufus S. Stevens 

J. H. Lord :! r » Fred C. Bolton 

Amos L. Grendell 

60 Henry R. Trafton 47 Richard Currie 

MONROE PLACE. /-\ 

WARD 7. 3 

From 784 Congress. •£_• 

2 Howard Edgecomb ^ 

Gordon J. Corkum [ 

(rear) Wilbur A. Bailey W < 

2A Augusta Olsen 1 Nahum H. Carr H CD 

2B Mary A. Carey H £j 

Mark Flaherty 3 George B. Sargent U *T 

4 John Fitzsimmons 5 Benjamin F. Chandler CD 



6 Henry Gaudet Mrs. Joseph D. Rigo a **{ 

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From 80 Washington avenue to opposite 56 Anderson. 
Mrs. Mary E. Gantley 3 Philip E. Godfrey 

Frederick A. Brown Patrick Bannigan ^ 



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14 Soren Madsen Frank F. Jones 

William B. Bickford 7 Benjamin Latham 

22 Greenleaf street 9 Dudley D. Conley tt CD 

24 Arthur P. McNeill 13 Peter McDonald 

26 William Seavey 15 William J. Lamont 

28 Arthur P. Morgan 23 Greenleaf street M *"J 

30 County Jail Stable 25-41 Cumberland County Jai 1 

4 2 — Anderson street 43 — Anderson street 



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10 Mrs. Mary A. Brackett William C. Williams 

William H. Nolan 7 Vacant " jjj Q 

12 John T. Caselden 11 Mrs. Catherine S. Dennison M —4? 

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LEFT SIDE. 



From 302 

12 Harry E. Libby 

16 George E. Morgan 

18 Edwin Jackson 

22 Abraham L. Jones 

24 Mrs. Lottie B. Gaskill 

32 Anthony Heanue 
40 Willis street 

42 .Sven Adde 

4 6 Leon A. Shaw 

48 Patrick E. Fitzsimmons 

50 James A. Kilbride 

54 William W. Fossett 

56 Albert F. Purrington 

64 Arthur B. Butler 

66 Lyman H. Richards 
74 — North street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
MONTREAL STREET. 
WARD 1. 
Eastern promenade to opposite 96 North. 



33 James G. McCarty 

37 George P. Reed 

39 Willis street 

41 Edward Huelin 

45 Annie M. Logie 

47 Mrs. Mary J. Steer 

59 Albert Dirwanger, florist 

61 Fred E. Greeley 

63 Frederick V. Schnurle 



North street 



MONTROSE AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 
From 302 Stevens avenue to 547 Brighton avenue. 



14 Jera O. 
16 Gilman 



Fellows street 



Brewer 
H. Phillips 



Brighton avenue 



Fellows street 

13 Elbridge Matthews 

29 Henry C. Larrabee 

35 Walter Gledhill 

41 David K. Fillmore 

43 Franklin A. L<5rd 
Mrs. Anna Baker 

45 John H. Adams 

4!) Frank H. Sherry 

51 Vacant 

77 Wesley W. Bates 

S7 Aubrey I. Long 

89 Mrs. Emma F. McDonald 
— Brighton avenue 



MONUMENT SQUARE. 

WARD 4. 

From 302 Stevens avenue to 547 Brighton avenue. 



7, 9 American Express Co. 1, 

11 King & Dexter Co., hardware 

12 Fred N. Dow, o 

Evening Express Pub. Co., o 
M. D. Hanson, photographer 

13 Portland Evening Express, o 

14 Charles E. Hawkins, druggist 
15, 17 Joseph W. Mitchell, rsnt 
18 Vacant 

Victor Rossi, barber 

William A. Naimey, tailor 

James E. Coombs, pool 

Connery & McGowan, clothing 

Carleton Furniture Co., s 

A. R. Alexander, stoves 

Ellas Hersey Roofing Co., o 

John Cox, cigars 

Talbot Co., clothing 

Edward M. Marshall, photographer 

Talbot Co., clothing 

Congress street 29- 



6 Edwards & Walker Co., hard- 
ware 
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Congress street 



MONUMENT STREET. 

WARDS 1, 2. 

From opposite 91 Munjoy to 57 Mountfort. 
John C Woods 1 Bshara G. Couri 

Chester B. Mitchell 3 Alfred A. Baker 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
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563 Congress St. 
131 Woodford St. 

18! Forest Ave. 



G. H. ROBINSON CO. 



BOOK, NEWS 

FINE WRITING PAPER 

STATIONERY 

151-153 Commercial Street 



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193 



LEFT SIDE. 

MONUMENT S' 

2 Mrs. Lovina B. Staples 
4 William G. Russell 

Mrs. Mary E. Ward 

Miss Flora M. Russell 
6 George W. Pierce 

Romie P. Edwards 

8 George W. Dunbar 

14 John W. Courtland 

Adelbert I. Greeley 
16, IS Atlantic street 

24 Miss Harriet E. Burnham 
26 Joseph F. Fowler 

Albert W. Littlefield 
30 Albert C. Sprague 
34 Private stable 
36 Isambert Davis 
40, 42 St. Lawrence street 

4 4 Michael A. Gleason 
48 Mrs. Anna M. Watson 
52 John Lyden 

Matthew Thompson 

AVaterville str.eet 
5S Clarence A. Rogers 
62 Silas M. Boothby 

James A. O'Rourke 

Mrs. Margaret Day 
66 Alfred N. Johnston 

William J. Matthews 
68 Charles A. Siteman 

Mrs. Augusta A. Harris 
70 Earlos M. Smith 

Daniel S. Elliott 
72-74 KellogK street 

76 Nathaniel Shapiro 

Frank C. McLaughlin 

Abraham Finks 
82 Albert Crockett 

Samuel R. Canales 
86 Mrs. Francis P. Canales 
90, 92 Sheridan street 

98 James E. Malone 
Harry M. Lappln 
Thomas W. Flaherty 



104 William J. Vayo 

Albert P. Bennett 

Eldar Markson 
108 Mrs. Mary Callaghan 

(rear) Mrs. Catherine McKay 
Peter Ross 
James DeStefinis 
112 Bert L. Lepper 

James A. Martin 
114 John W. McGrath 

Arthur M. Rolfe 
1 1 6 James Rose 

Joseph Nappy 

(rear) Antonio Bertino 
120 Martin Jennings 

Samuel Holliway 
122 Samuel Schwartz 

Paul Blumenthal 

Louis J. Finks 
124 William McGrath 

John Gately 

130— Mountfort street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
'REET — Continued. 

3 Henry S. Rogers 
9 Clarence M. Weston 
Harry F. Haskell 



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Atlantic street 



25, 29 Schoolhouse 



39 St. Lawrence street 

41 Alvah C Piper, grocer 
43 Charles D. Libby 
47 Jeremiah Rogers 
51 Albert H. Libby 

James A. McGonagle 
53 Marks B. Sager 

Frank Robertson 
61 Otto P. Bodin 
65 Carroll A. Rogers 

Thomas W. O'Reilley 

Francis W. Buckley 



Kellogg street 



S3 William P. Welch 
87 James P. Ward 

Charles J. O'Brien 
91, 93 Sheridan street 

95 Zion Mission 
97 Rev. Knut O. Storli 

Fred Schonland 

Fred W. Norton 

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Conneen 

Thomas J. Donley 

(rear) William H. Richard.' 

Reuben F. Doughty 

Francis E. Gushing 

Abraham Shatz 

(rear) Malachey Fahey 

Andrew C. Clausen 

Lewis H. Whitney 

Timothy Regan, grocer 

Daniel F. Callahan 

James Logue 

Joseph E. Teale 

Ponce street 

John J. McDonough 



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Timothy Regan 



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127 Miss Mary Hart 

133 — Mountfort street 



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From 158 
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Rev. Clifford Snowden 
Vesper street 

Ellis Leavitt 
Charles A. Smith 
Andrew Orr 
John W. Silke 
Lars Andersen 
Clarence J. Coughlan 
Joseph Bishop 

Beckett street 
Vacant 

Corydon O. Goding 
Frank E. Wiliams 
Harry B. Cobb 
Willis L. Cobb 

Munjoy street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
MOODY STREET. 

WARD 1. 
Eastern promenade to 73 Munjoy. 
9 Rev. David B. Holt 
Elmer E. Fernald 
11 George C. Blackwell 

Porter A. Roberts 
13 Morning: street 

27 Vesper street 



37 Leroy H. Hill, carpenter 



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Beckett street 



45 A. G. Webber, grocer 

47 Michael J. O'Donnell 

Edward J. Dugan 



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Munjoy streei 



16 Albeit J. Cain 

18 William Greanev 

24 Frederick D. Fielding 

26 William H. Page 

— Forest avenue 



MORGAN'S COURT. 

WARD 9. 

From 113 Walton to 974 Forest avenue. 
9 James A. Boyce 



Mrs. Sarah J. Lowell 
George B. Charleton 
Edwin H. Whiteley 
Ansel L. Mitchell 
Mrs. Mary E. McMann 
James M. Gibson 
Peter H. Wall 
Harry M. Bigelow 
Blake N. True 
Leslie E. Mitchell 
William H. Foley 
Fillmore C. Steele 
Arthur W. Kelsey 
Morris E. Dunn 
George B. Boutwell 
Charles H. Winchester 
William F. Birnie 

Wilson street 
Roscoe G. Hilborn 
Joseph F. Webber 
Seth B. Hilborn 
William J. McGowan 
Miss Edna J. Young 
Charles P. Curtis 
Charles G. Keene 
Fred A. Guptill 
Archie T. Stewart 
William R. Miller 

O Moody street 
Mary E. O'Connor 
Isaiah Lord 

Mrs. Catherine D. Alexander 
Frank H. Smith 
Franklin D. Cummings 
Richard F. Foye 



— Forest avenue 

MORNING STREET. 

WARD 1. 
From 84 Eastern promenade to 20 Turner. 
Harold F. Oliver 
13 Mrs. Fannie G. Morrill 
Lyman C. Fowler 



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George B. Verrill 
John H. O'Melia 
George T. <Siteman 
John S. Sawtelle 
William H. Davis 
William Allen 
Isaac E. Strout 
Florence F. Driscoll 
Harry T. Stimson 
Fred A. Millett 
George A. Jones 
Louis H. Lane 

Wilson street 



George W. Strout 
John A. Wellman 
Arthur I. Hamilton 
Homer G. VanCor 
Edmund H. McDonald 
George E. Littlefield 
Arthur N. Smith 
55 The Raymond 
65-6 9 Moody street 

79 Charles E. Palmer 
83 Dr. Elias Caplan 
85 Clarence E. Davis 
William J. Boland 
8 9 Charles M. Butler 
93 William H. Usher 



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Edward E. Cheney 




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Harry M. Babb 






William O. Fernald 




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Charles C. McLean 




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Harry B. Carr 






George E. Roche 




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Charles B. Johnson 




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Neal D. Gould 




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Henry C. Schumacher 






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WARD 9. 

From 1143 Forest avenue, easterly. 



Fred P. Bustin 



M. C. R. R 



Thomas P. Beals Co., factory 



9 Joseph Cabana 
11 Albia J. Smith 

Bell street 
M. C. R. R 

— National Metal .Seal Co., fac 

— G. A. Crosman & Sons, box mfrs 

— Vacant, fac 



MORSE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 744 Washington avenue to 609 Ocean avenue. 
15 Nathaniel Budd 
23 William G. McDonald 

Rev. Francis Southworth 
29 Merritt B. Gay 
37 Irving L. Bowker 
47 Dennis L. Drew 
— Ocean avenue — Ocean avenue 

MOTLEY STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From north of Rockland avenue to 484 Brighton avenue. 
54-58 Rockland avenue 53-57 Rockland avenue 

86 Wesley M. Snow 
108 — Brighton avenue 107 — Brighton avenue 

MOVLTO.V STREET. 

WARD 4. 

From 171 Commercial to 378 Fore. 



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chandlery 
The Portland Paper & Twine Co. 

Mrs. Emma F. Gibbs, h and rsnt 
Hatch & Stockton, barbers 
F. & C. B. Nash Co., stoves 
Fore street 



3 Bicknell Mfg. Co., storage 

5 Timothy B. Sheehan, harness mkr 

7 Garbarino Bros., fruit 

9, 11 Charles Garbarino 

13 Granville Hodgdon 

15, 17 Vacant, s 

21 Samuel Dulitysky, barber 



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Fore street 



John Roman 
Henry Harris 
William F. Reardon 



Newbury street 



MO I NTFORT STREET. 

WARDS 1, 2. 
From 121 Fore to 218 Congress. 

1 Miss Elizabeth Mountfort 
11 John Holloran 

(rear) Michael J. McAleney 
13 Michael Conley 

George H. Bartlett 

Newbury street 
17 James Ridge 
17A Patrick Duran 
Joseph Maloney 



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f . Morgan Lee 

JJ 19AM1SS Anna Ridge 

{2 21 James E. Hassett 



fT DC Patrick Ridge 

^ James A. O'Donnell 

_ 24 Euigi Vestala 23 John Carlson, jr. 

q 26 Federal street George F. Dodge 

q Donald McDonald 



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£ 3 9 Mrs. Hannah Folan 

10 Edward McMain 

Daniel T. Mullin 

Carey lane 

41 James D. Flynn 

Coleman M. Mulkern 
Terrence McGowan 
28-78 Eastern Cemetery 43 Michael McDonough 

William P. Mohan 
Mrs. Catherine Foley 
• (rear) Joseph B. Rich 

Q Coleman Foley 

rf Charles W. Johnson 

\J Mrs. Jane West 

,M Mrs. Margaret O'Mall 

Valentine Conlev 



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William A. Donovan 
53 Michael J. O'Brien 
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55 Monument street 

Q 57 James H. Jordan 

Jabez Schorield 
Thomas Fahey 
O Alfred Dalrymple 

Joseph Nappy, tobacco and fruit 
•*v3 Arthur H. Fowler 
Michael F. Hanley 
Mrs. Hannah Hessian 
Cordies D. Hodgdon 
C>5 Edward J. Malia 
Harry E. Gaylard 
Christian Knudsen 
Charles A. Whalen 

Carleton court 

fl 69 Harry M. Pettengill 

Edward J. Kelley 
George W. Parker 
71 Mrs. Rose Durgin 
Albert W. O'Brien 
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From opposite 17 Eastern promenade to 82 Congress. 

William S. Harriman 11 James G. Sanborn 

Harry Curran 15 Frank W. Corson 

Fred W. Jacques Othniel G. Bryant 

M. Joseph Neales 19 Percy C. Pratt 

Charles A. Stevens Philip J. O'Donnell 

George R. Thomes 23 William H. Anderson 

Mrs. Marcia H. Hill James T. Skelton 

Matthew J. Conley 27 Oscar F. Ross 

Walter A. Morgan Benjamin A. Crook 

Oscar >S. Maxell 29 Miss Alice J. Libby 
Chester J. Lawrence, grocer Hanson lane 

James W. Keirns 39 Vacant 

Clarence H. Willis J3 Miss M. Rose Giles 



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LEFT SIDE. 

MINJOV 
48-56 Wilson street 

60 Enoch N. Brown 

Benjamin T. Morris 

Maynard S. Dean 
62 Charles W. Read 

Eben A. LeLois 
66 Mrs. Alice J. Floyd 

Lester Giles 

William E. Brewer 
68 Private stable 
72 Maurice A. Lubee 
74 Walter F. Libby 
76 Mrs. Sadie C Whitmore 
78 Owen M. Whitten 
80 Michael O'Connell 
82 Vacant 

O Monument street 
100 Private stable 
104 — Congress street 



RIGHT SiL>E. 
STUEET- Continued. 

43 Wallace S. Dunham 

4 7 Fred E. Wallace, carpenter 

51, 53 Wilson street 

65 Sargent-Dennison Co., st 



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Moody street 

Thomas H. Calverley 
Mrs. Lucy F. Cushing 
Mrs. Emily S. Richardson 
Mrs. Martha J. Brown 
Mrs. Abby M. Rice 
Shaw MacKenzie 
John E- Holden 
Arthur Latarte 
Charles B. Pearson 
Joseph Winslow 
St. Lawrence Cong. Church 
Congress street 



MURRAY LANE. 

WARD 1. 
From 81 Washington avenue, easterly 
— Miss Mary A. Burke Frank Ostermyer 



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James L. Green 
John B. Cleary 



Mrs. Addie J. Macumber 
John M. Shaw, drugs 

Cumberland avenue 

George H. McKenney 
Mrs. Carrie N. Day 
John M. Bell 
Herbert L. McKinley 
Charles E. Lord 
Grenville C. Smith 
George R. Stewart 
Mrs. Celia E. Stewart 
Mrs. Carrie Haley 
Louis P. Hollls 

Oxford street 



r 2 James I. Walsh 
G Fred A. Palmer 



— • Miss Lucy A. Kyle 

— Martin J. Barron 

— William G. Evans 

— Joseph Rich 

.MYRTLE STREET. 

WARDS 3, 4. 
From 387 Congress to Back bay. 

1 Heseltine & Tuttle Co., drugs 
3 Elmer A. Smith, barber 
5 Brian E. McDonough, undertaker 
7 Landers Bros., marble workers 
9 Miss Mary E. Doyle 
11 Mrs. Alice M. McCorrison 
13 Miss Ella R. Dodge 
15 Mrs. Julia A. Brazier 
17 James A. Martin 

19 James A. Martin & Son. under- 
takers 
21 Arthur H. Robinson 
23 Mrs. Margaret J. Sawyer 

William B. Copp 
25 Mrs. Annie M. Richardson 

Mrs. Susie C. Moore 
27 Mrs. Anna M. Timmons 
29 Lendall C. Clifford 
3 3 Wallace J. Shaw 
Edwin A. Leighton 

Cumberland avenue 
43 Mrs. Mary A. Conant 
45-47 Mrs. Gladvs Hodgkins, lodging h 
51 Clifford G. Small 

John Duff 
53 John W. MacDonald 

David J. Isenor 
55 John Bulger 

William H. Hofacker 
59 Eugene H. Spoffard 

William H. Cripps 
63 Charles M. P. Steele 

Oxford street 
71 Robert M. Caywood 
75 Josiah W. Baker 
77 William J. Hopkins 



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LEFT SIDE. 

Albert A. Traves 
Horatio A. Orr 
William F. Stack 



Frank M. Taylor 



William F. Lewis 

James W. Queen 
William A. Olson 
Mrs. Carrie M. Jury 
Harry T. Johnson 

Lancaster street 

Back bay 



RIGHT SIDE. 
MYRTLE STREET — Continued. 

77 Clarence L. Hopkins 
O Laurel lane 

Mrs. Inez Merrill 
Alfred J. Weatherbee 
Philip H. Albert 
Mrs. Sarah Peters 
Mrs. Mary L. Babbidge 
Robert C. Baxter 
Alphonzo M. Sampson 
Edgar E. Rounds 
John Murphy, jr. 
Daniel M. Herrick 
James J. Boyle 
Louis J. Christianson 

Laueaster street 
Back bay 



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Augustus H. Hodgkins 
Ansel C. Bickford 
Mrs. Eva DeWitt 



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104 



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132 
134 

138 
142 

146 

150 



Clifford street 
Bowdoin street 

Mrs. Nellie W. Snow 
Samuel McCrum 
Franklin Lawrence 
Mrs. Harriet S. M. Knight 
Ernest F. Gellerson 
George S. Hobbs 

Carroll street 
Charles O. Haskell 
Frederick F. Talbot 
Herbert W. Barnard, jr. 
Harold C. Payson 
Randolph H. Boynton 
Harlan P. Ayer 

Pine street 
George S. Rowell 
Harry E. Baker 
Fielding Bradford 
Charles H. Robinson 
William K. Sanderson 
Miss Frances E. Spring 
Edwin L. Stanwood, investment 

securities 
Albert H. Hinds 
Miss Edith A. Rich 
Charles H. Bailey 

YVest street 
Harry A. McNeally 
William H. Keating 
Cheener G. Conant 
iSeth L. Martin 
John G. Leeman 
James B. Leard 
Fred A. Lord 
Gilbert R. MacPherson 
James J. Murren 
Mrs. Orrin S. Fogg 

Braekett street 



XEAL COURT. 

WARD 3. 

11 Cumberland avenue. 

1 John C. Lawrence 

Ludvig Jorgensen 
3 Samuel Hyman 

William Seeley 

XE.VL STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 375 Spring to 756 Congress. 

Clifford street 



37 Edward O'Connor 
45 McLellan School 

Carroll street 

49 E. Russell Barbour 

61 First Church of Christ Scientist 

69 Vacant 

(rear) William J. Leatherbarrow 

Pine street 



YVest street 

117 Harry A. Rounds 
119 Samuel A. Stevens 
121 Harold Lee Berry 
123 Horace B. Crosby 
125 Howard R. Ives 
127 Worthington Lo-cke 
129 Frederick H. Cobb 
131 Ernest C. Kinney 
137 Charles D. Boyd 

Ernest F. Weed 

Benjamin F. Dudley 
139 Cheever G. Conant 

Ella F. Caswell 

Mrs. Harriet A. Norris 
141 Harvey P. Winslow 
143 Mrs. Anna S. Hooper 

James F. Hawkes 
151, 153 Braekett street 

155 James White 
161 Francis E. Chase 



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DEFT SIDE. 



164 Edmund T. Garland 

166 Vacant 

166% Turner Berry 

168 Mrs. Alice F. Clarity 
Edward E. Crocker 
George W. Norton 
Thomas W. Burbank 
William H. Stevens 
Percy S. Ackerman 
Edward H. Foster 

Congress street 



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172 
174 
176 
178 
180 



RIGHT SIDE 
XEAl, STREET — Continued. 

163 William B. Rowell 
Arthur T. Liscomb 
Michael F. Healey 
Miss Fanny Gilliatt 
George H. Beal 
Deavitt Shampoo Co., 1 

mnfrs 
Charles E. Flies 
Mrs. Maria G. Curtis 
Octavius C. Elwell 

Congress street 



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169 



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WARD 8. 
From 211 Woodford to 2 Concord. 

James F. Hinkly 
Herbert C. Woodman 
Miss Elizabeth P. M. Cobb 
Mrs. Lillian Stockbridge 
Elmer E. Parmenter 
Benjamin Whitcomb 
Mrs. Alice L. Norton 
Cornelius C. Hawes 
39 Saunders street 

Coneord street 

NEW STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 560 Stevens avenue to 133 Leland. 
Alverido H. Best 
Philip Hall 
C. O. Nason 
Vacant 

James P. J. Phillips 
Vacant 

Leland street — Leland street 

NEW 11 CRY STREET. 

WARDS 2, 3. 

From 77 Fore to 89 Market. 

Martin Lee 



Vacant 
Rita Dolfonso 
George A. Martin 
Mrs. Delia O'Donnell 
Vacant 

Angelo Solari 
Pietro Delupo 
Michael Bellino 
John Napoli 
(rear) Vacant 
Agialo Lettiere 
Peter Mello 
Louis Jimmeo 
Mrs. Nora H. Daley 
Joseph King 
Bartolomew Rigo 
John Mullin 
John J. Brogan 

Mountfort street 
Michael Jacobson 
Vacant 

Christopher McDonough 
Bruno Gallant 
Martin King 
Thomas O'Donnell 
Thomas Conley 



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John Dogue 
Michael Mulkern 
Martin J. McDonough 
Charles H. Procter 
Edward Conley 
Patrick J. O'Donnell 
Michael J. O'Donnell 
Alexander Nebasi 
Vincenzo Firo 
Mrs. E. A. Thomes, groc< 
Charles A. Sanborn 
(rear) Fred W. King 
Peter Conroy 
Paul Kilmartin 
Patrick Conley 
Vacant 

William W. Shaw- 
Mrs. Mary E. Rand 
Michael O'Toole 
William R. Martin 
(rear) Peter Niles 
Mrs. Amelia D. McGowen 
Amos W. Burke 
Vacant 
Walter D. Scholes 



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Aaron Goldberg 
Thomas P. Foley 




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William T. Haley 


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James Ridge, grocer 






Arthur Oulette 




Mount fort street 




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Joseph Bean 


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James M. Parks, baker 






John Carr 


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James M. Parks 




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Stephen Davin 


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James G. McLewin 


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Michele Pagano 




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Mrs. Bridget Foley 


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Stephen P. Clancy 


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Charles McElwain 


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Morris Taylor 




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Henry Bragg 




Louis Shabell 




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John W. McAleer 


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William R. Welch 




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Harry Potter 


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John Connolly 




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Louis Goldberg 


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Archille Turgeon 




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Samuel Bromstein 




John A. Wold 






Harry Weisman 


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Hyman Finn 




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(rear) Michael Schwartz 




Nathan Finn 




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Samuel R. Pepper 


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Martin E. O'Connor 




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Joseph Bercovitz 




Isaac S. Santosky 






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Timothy J. Powell 




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Thomas H. Caselden 


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Louis Stanzi 




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Thomas P. McCarthy 


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John J. Murphy 




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Max M. Bernstein 




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John T. McAndrew 


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Mrs. Flora M. Covle 




116 


John J. O'Connor 




Patrick T. Foley 






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Nathan Goldman 








India street 


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William F. Ward 




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Samuel Popkin 




John Martin 






Eli Laman 


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Horace T. Butterworth 




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Jacob Sutran 




Michael Boyle 




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(rear) Joseph Brow 


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Mrs. Susas N. McGrath 




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Isaac Goodman 


129 


Mrs. Catherine A. Lockhart 




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James A. Legassie 




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Samuel Blumenthal 




Indin street 






Samuel Goldstein 


137 


Oscar Tabachnick 




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Mrs. Jacob Branz, grocer 




Peter Tabachnick 




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Harry Kroot 




Samuel Zolov 






Morris Mack 


139 


Hyman Silverman 






Hyman L. Greenberg 




'Samuel Licker 




154 


Miss Maggie Farrell 




Max Levi 




pHBKKX 




Hampshire street 




Louis Rothstein 




GO 


160 


Morris Sacknoff 


145 


Benedetto Bucci 






Max Robinson 


145^ Charles E. Larney 




— ^^% 




Barnet Berenson 




John D. Bennett 




l-V— 


164 


Max Ettleson 


151 


Jewish Synagogue 






Charles Levine 


155 


Morris Lewis 




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Franklin street 




Isaac Weisberg 




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170 


Mrs. Rebecca Robbins 




Benjamin Schwartz 




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172 


Frederick A. Alexander 




Harry Mods 




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Mrs. Sarah E. Hughej- 




Isaac Kolofsky 




174 


Mrs. Jennie Nault 


157 


Joseph Mack 








Miss Amv H. Foster 




Jacob Kaiminsky 




1 


176 


Robert W. Williams 




Alexander Miltzer 




• 


178 


Miss Carrie Kenny 


157*4 Bernard Cohen 




■ 


1S0A Percy A. Quadros 




Samuel Rosenberg 




J2ES^' 




John Meehan 


159 


Bernard Cohen, grocer 




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Frank C. Gerard 


161 


Frank Simonds 




180B R 




Hampshire street 




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William S. Litcomb 


1fi7 


H. Bernard Wolf 




^— r 




Fred W. Anthoensen 




Joseph P. Mullin 




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182 


Cyril F. ~ackson 


169 


John J. Lee 




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Wilbert O. Pitcher 




184 


Cornelius Desmond 




Mrs. Ada J. Deering 





WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

I I 8! Forest Ave. 



C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



151-153 

COMMERCIAL ST. 



201 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



NEWBURY STREET — Continued. 



190 
194 
196 

198 

212 
214 
216, 
228 
232- 



Charles Rosenbloom 
Charles Israelson 
David Robinson 

Garden lane 
Mrs. Rena E. Currier 
George H. Rolfe 
John L. Waite 

Church street 
William A. Guptill 

Pearl street 
Miller & Brown, painters 
Willard G. Hartley, plasterer 
224 Storage 
George W. Wells, barber 

Market street 



169 



185 

189 



191 
197 



201 



239- 



(rear) Mrs. Maggie A. Biogan 
John F. O'Brion 
Franklin street 

Herbert C. Rounds 

Wallace W. Allen 

Fremont place 

Joseph Nemsel 

Joseph S. Schwartz 

Mrs. Fannie Sivolas 

Samuel Goldberg 

Ralph L. Stevens 

Jeremiah E. Foster 

O Church street 
Pearl street 
Market street 



Broadway 



NINTH STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Lexington avenue to Broadway. 

— ■ Edward Rancour 
— ■ Algernon P. Dunn 



Broadway 



NORTH STREET. 



From 129 Congress to junction 
8 Mrs. Lettitia Evans 
Fred M. Harty 

Edgar F. Swett 

Herbert O. Danforth 

Francis C. Kittredge 

Perley W. Coggins 

Alton H. Blake 

Alton J. Keith 

Alexander Duncan 

Harrie H. Bonney 

Cumberland avenue 

William T. Brown 

Louis R. Somers 

V. B. Fuller & Son, grocers 

James E. Dougherty 

John W. Courtland 

Horace A. Hallett 

Daniel D. Lynch 

Sumner court 

Alpheus Griffin 

Merle S. Pennell 

Edward L. Dame 

Reuben Wescott 

Franklin N. Calderwood 

William R. Houston 

William K. Neal 

Roy W. Reed 

Franklin Berry 

George L. Swett 

Milton J. Loring 

C. Bates Tracy 
60 Shailer school 
'8 Fort Summer Park 

Harry P. Pierce 

Charles A. Goodwin 

Michael M. McCormick 

Frank H. O'Neill 
92 Horace Shaw 
96 Eugene W. Thompson 

Robert Laird 
100 Herbert L. Chase 



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14 



16 



18 



26 

28 

30 
32 

34 
36 

42 

44 
48 
54 



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WARD 1. 

Washington ave. and Eastern promenade. 
1 Amraie P. Dennison 
7 Mrs. Caroline M. Chase 

Melville A. Floyd 
9 Jesse C. Estes 
11 Mrs. Lydia H. Tucker 

Arthur W. White 
15 George M. Knowles 

Mrs. Jeanette L. Crandall 
17 Cumberland avenue 

19 Mrs. Huldah A. Beal 

Howard Perkins 
21 Miss Lizzie M. Lewis 
23 George W. Frothingham 

Charles A. Turner 
27 Fred A. Chase 

Roger J. Clark 
29 Fred A. Thomas 

Everett J. Thompson 
31 Frederick H. York 
35 Rev. John M. Arters 
39 Ernest M. Davis 

Mrs. Augusta Huston 

Alfred H. Tracy 
45 Vernal B. Fuller 

Herbert C. Fuller 
47 Frederick V. Schnurle 

Fred W. Poore 
51 Charles E. Keith 

(rear) George W. Stephen 
57, 59 Quebec street 

63 John W. Davis 
67 Andrew M. Whitehouse 

Lewis C. Sterling 
73 Mrs. Lizzie G. Austin 

Frank Maw 
75 Melbourne wtreet 

79 Fred J. Remy 

C. Luther Blake 
81 Vacant 
89 Alexander M. Menish 



91. 93 



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LE\FT SIDE. 



AORTH STREET 



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110 
112 

116 

122 
126 

128 



132 
134 



114 
146 
150 
248 
250- 



Ingram B. Whitlock 

Carl E. Sherman 

William H. Grimsnaw 

Carl C. Wakefield 

(rear) Vacant 

Charles D. D. Turner 

Edward J. Huelin 

Dr. Algernon Fossett, h and o 

Walnut street 
D. Lee Shepherd 
Albert Shepherd 
Harl C. Hascall 
Mrs. Hannah Carter 
Emil L. Abildgaard 
Nells C Horn 
(rear) George Robbins 
Mrs. Silvy Rose 
Freeman D. Harris 
(rear) Albert H. Howe 

L. G. Foote 
James H. Paterson 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Eastern promenade 

Y\ nshiiiKton avenue 



105 



10' 



111 
115 
119 



RIGHT SIDE. 
-Continued. 
Henry H. Hunt 
Thomas A. Ward 
William A. Holland 



Mrs. Sarah H. Field 



Walnut street 

Michael W. Lewis 

Portland Water Co., stand pipe 



Eastern nroiiien:i<l< 



From 

18 Arthur L. Griffith! 
20 Nurses' Home 
22 S. Leslie Curtis 
24 William E. Haskins 
28 J. Seymour Pinkham 
32 Charles H. Morse 

Edward Payson 
36, 38 Amherst street 

40 George A. Wagg 
42 Reul Small 
44 J. Calvin Miller 
46 Alvin C. Harlow 
f.Q Concord street 

8 4— Pleasant avenue 



NORWOOD STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Woodford to 52 Pleasant 



27 Harry L. Smith 
33 John W. Gulliver 

John Loveitt 
41 Clement S. Johnson 



59 Concord street 

83 — Pleasant avenue 



16, 18 
54, 56 

100, 102 

114 

120 
124 
140 
148 



\OYES STREET. 

WARDS 7, 8. 
From 502 Forest avenue to 179 Brighton avenue. 
B. & Sf. R. R. 5 Herbert A. Harmon 

Oakdale street 15, 17 B. & M. R. R. 

Deeriug avenue 23 Reuben A. Packard 

Edgar E. Thurston George A. Fisher 

Leroy C. Thurston Edward B. Dodge 

Mrs. Mary E. Canney 31, 33 Longfellow street 

Charles A. Bradley 99, 101 Deerlnp; avenue 

Freeman C Milliken 105 Sannie B. Rowe 

137 Leon G. Blunt 
159, 167 Devonshire street 

166,168 — Brighton avenue 167,169 — Brighton avenue 

OAK STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5. 
From 79 Pleasant to 394 Cumberland avenue. 

9 Mrs. Sabina F. Cady 
Bartholomew T. Curran 
11 Merle F. Burgess 
Spring street Spring street 



Private 

Vacant 



NEW ENGLAND Manufacturers of Highest Grade 

rARIlVFT WnM« SHOW CASES - STORE, BANK 

CABIIMLI WURK3 AND OFFICE FIXTURES 



KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE. PORTLAND. MA INK * 



SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 

PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



203 



68-', 

80 
84 
86 

90 

94 

96 

100 

102 

104 

108 

108A 
108B 

112 
116— 



LEFT SIDE. 

OAK STREET — Continued 
Y. W. C. A. Gymnasium 
Fred E. Hamilton 

O Free street 



RIGHT SIDE. 



33 



Congress street 

8 The Roll-away Skate Co. 
Stoughton-Folkins Co., garage 
Foster's Forest City Dye House 
Vacant 

Eugene C. Williams 
Joseph A. Macaffee 
Albert Russell 
John J. MacDonald 
Horace Elon Mills 
Elmer A. Smith 
Mrs. Abbie E. Edgerly 
Imperial Hotel 
Portland Bill Posting Co. 
Adelbert R. Reynolds 
Clara E. Huntley 
Alden O. Blanchard 
Elbridge L. Cobb 
Burton A. Newman 
C. & W. B. Jackson Co., plasterers 
Cumberland avenue 



William F. Robb 

Free street 

47 Miss Marion E. McGunigle, floiist 
49 Mrs. Maud F. Lowell, millinery 
51 Eugene M. Willman, paper hanger 
51 A Everett Chambers 

Miss Alice M. Perry 

Sidney P. Nash, millinery 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. 

Miss Alice F. Merrill, rsnt 
Congress street 

Shanghai Restaurant 

William H. Brown, restaurant 
69^ John J. Dugan, plasterer 

Harry Miller, repairing 

Rosanna L. Finnigan 

Rutherford T. Mann 

Friends' church 

Charles A. Corey 

Shepley street 

Frank I. Brett 

Edgar H. Paine 

Crear) James Clarence Smith 

Mrs. Ella A. Libbv 

Eben P. True 

Cumberland nveuue 



53 
55 

57 

65 

67 
69, 

71 
75 
77 
81 

87 
91 

103 

107 
113 
115- 



OA 

From 67 Fa 

10 Walter B. Marshall 
22-24 Fessenden street 

46-48 Pitt street 

70-72 William street 

78 Mrs. Margaret Leyden 
86 Arthur L. Stevens 
John J. Anderson 
92, 94 Dartmouth street 

— Noyes street 



KDALE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Imouth to 56 Dartmouth. 

5 Silas B. Adams, garage 
7 Matthew L. Heald 
21-23 Fessenden street 

33 Mrs. George M. Nelson 
4 5-47 Pitt street 

59 William C. Ray 
John F. Merserve 



69-71 
91, 93 



William street 
Dartmouth street 
Xoyes street 



16 



38 



From 701 Foi 
Arthur A. Tanguay 
Hugh Murray 
Miss Fannie M. Goddard 
William A. Allen 
Mrs. Amanda M. Gordon 
Albert H. Woodford 
Frank F. Abeondroth 
Alfred N. McCracken 
Kennith J. MacKenzie 

Irving- street 
Heseltine school 
Sanford D. Benner 
Warren A. McAllister 
William F. Nutter 
Clement A. Phinney 
Stephen Harriman 
James A. Martel 
Alfred Teague 
Frederick E. C. Robbins 
Mrs. Rebecca A. Abbott 
Albert W. Child 



CEW AVENUE. 

WARDS 8, 9. 
est avenue to Falmouth line. 

15, 17 Hersey street 

23 Albert W. Andrews 



43 Ephraim M. Lowell 



102-104 



Sawyer street 



110 
124 



Mrs. Eliza A. May 
Frank J. Bailey 



59 Fred H. Johnson 

Josiah H. Josnson 
65-67 Chenery street 



7 7 Thomas M. Johnston 

SI Herbert D. Carter 

95 Curtis L. Sawyer 

103 August C. Ahquist 

113 Archie L. Cronkite 

121 Leroy S. Sanborn 

125 Mrs. Jane E. Pierce 



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132 
144 
1G0 

170 

172 
178 

iao 

200 
202 

204 

218 
220 
222 
224 
226 
238 
272 
284 
300 
310 
350 
412 
120 
436 
466 
492 
510 

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528 
5 30 

536 

538 
544 

546 



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554 

568 

582 

612 

640 

650 
672 

696 

702 

752 
794 
80 4 
812 
S52 
890 
996 
1026 

1040 
1062 
1064- 



LEFT SIDE. 

OCEAN 

Charles N. Barbour 

Amos S. Knight 

Dr. Mark Alward 

Daniel P. Train 

Charles A. Andrews 

Sidney Thorne 
-180 Walton street 

William Davis 

Peter T. Stoughton 

Herbert E. Emery 
(rear) N. Frank Dunton 

Guy O. Blunt 

Charles A. Beane 

Harry L. Grey 

Harvey B. Morse 

Archie P. McLaughlin 

George N. Cabana 

William H. Jenks 

Howard L. Wormell 
-27 4 Read street 

Edwin J. Vannah 

302 Bay street 

312 Torrey street 

John J. Frye 

Charles A. Dyer 

Stillman Dyer 

George C. Frye 

Rasmus R. P. J. Kjaer 

Edward B. Winslow 

Arthur L. Farnsworth 

Charles H. Deering 

Charles F. Wood-Legh 

Archie S. Hopkins 

Herbert L. Berry 

Arthur D. Smith 

Vacant 

Thomas Bell 

John A. Kail 

Seth P. Miller 

Herbert L. Smith 

Eben A. Poole 

David F. Murdock 
558 Washington avenue 

Stephen A. Rice 

John W. Whitmore 

Private stable 

Charles S. Mills, shoe repai 

C. S. Mills & Co.. variety 

Charles S. Mills 

Mrs. Edith J. Hatch 

Isaac Abrahamson 

Olaf P. Johnson 

Vacant 

Charles A. Palmer 

Samuel J. Knowles 

Alva E. Powell 

Elmer D. Knowles 

Harry A. Horton 

William L. Cook 

Daniel E. Connor 

Anders N. Bruns 

Charles M. Young 

George Mack 

(rear) Ernest H. Hamilton 

Jorena Doughtv 

Charles P. Knight 

Joseph G. Libby. jr 

Waldrnn T. Butler 
Falmouth line 



RIGHT SIDE. 
AVENUE— Continued. 

143-145 Mackworth street 

159 William R. Robinson 

Joy street 

1S9 Clif-ton F. Swett 

Walter F. Lawrence 

193-195 Georgi' street 

205 Alfred Southworth 



211 


Fred M. Stevens 


217 


George T. Hanson 


243 


Charles H. Harvey 


249 


Charles E. Carter 




Frank H. Emmons 




(rear) William O. Johnson 


311 


George V. Crocker 


333 


Martin Tandberg 


415 


Samuel W. Jordan 


4 55 


Edward N. McCann 



493 



499 
527 



Allison W. Scott 
Herman L. Cummings 
Joshua L. Chamberlain 
John C. Kidder 



551-555 Washington avenue 

559 Frederick J. J. Smith 
579 Hose 11 
587 Cummings school 
601-607 Morse street 

609 George W. Grover 

Henry C Adams 
645 John H. Blake 
661-663 Grafton street 



667 
681 
693 



717 
765 

791 

805 

903 

921 

1007 



William P. Norton 
Frederick A. Potter 
William R. Burke 
(rear) Arthur W. Sawyer 

O True street 
James E. Knowles 
George W. Harris 
Clarence E. Harris 
Vacant 

Mrs. Phebe A. Mercier 
Joseph H. Wieslander, painter 
Vacant 
Lewis C. Libby 

Presumpseot street 



10 63 — 



Falmouth line 



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Glasies Made and Repaired Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11.000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 




LDFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 






OLV.MPIA STREET. 






WARD 9 






From 


226 Veranda to Presumpscot river. 


14 


Asbjorn JEgeland 




Victoria street 




Christian S. Bakke 


19 


Sven Bakke 


26 


Dennis W. Sexton 




Risinark street 


32 


Charles I. Blake 


37 


Jules C. Andrews 


36 


Mrs. Mattie Crilley 


45 


William H. Berry 


44 


Olaf A. Utterstrom 


51 


Francis J. Coughlin 


48 


James Johnston 




Vale street 


58 


(rear) James Louden 


55 


Rasmus Nelson 


60 


Harold T. Halverson 


61 


Frank E. Austin 


62 


Ulrick O. Jackson 






70 


Oscar Williams 






76- 


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Presumpscot rive 



ORAVUE STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From opposite 109 Salem to 262 Danforth. 
12 Patrick McGoldrick 15 Ilond street 

Coleman Dillon 

Roy Famlyn 

George Berryman 

Mrs. Grace Dunning 17 Patrick Conway 

George H. White 0t 

20 Walter L. Kennedy v5 

Columbus W. Burns 21 Miss Margaret E. McCaffertv 30 

22 Roy C. Burns 
24 Herbert Burns 25 James J. Fennessy £3 

Frank H. Harmon 27 Carl M. Anderson O 

3 4 — Danforth street 33 — Danforth street % 



ORCHARD STREET. 

WARD 7. 



Victoria street — Thomas L. Beers 

— Andrew Magnusson — Nelson G. Gregor 

Bismark street — Joseph W. Skinner 

— Presumpscot river — Presompseot river 

ORKNEY STREET. 

WARD 8. 

From 40 Lawn avenue to Stevens avenue. 
14 Vacant 11 Ariel D. L. Hayes 

16 Henry M. Davis 15 Newell A. Johnson 

18 George Houghton 19 Vacant 

24 Walter E. Smart 27 Miss Palema Wyman 

32 Israel P. Butler Mrs. George F. iShaw 

33 Robert S. Laughlin 
37 Henry Landerkin 

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LEFT SIDE. 

ORLAND 
Clarence M. Bowker 
John A. J. Marston 
Marden J. De Shon 

O Beacon wtreet 
Ralph E. Weymouth 
Robert S. Smith 

Longfellow street 



RIGHT SIDE. 



STREET — Continued. 



Beacon street 



Longfellow street 



OXFORD STREET. 

WARDS 2, 3, 4. 
From 60 Washington avenue to 27 Portland. 



William P. McDonald 
John Molloy 
William H. Gannon 
James A. Doyle 
James W. Fillmore 
Ole Oleson 
(rear) Frank J. King 

John O'Connor 

John J. McGrath 
William J. Hassett 
Joseph O'Leary 
John D. O'Leary 
Hans Christiansen 

Cleaves street 
Vacant 

Frederick M. McLaughlin 
John A. Fitts 
John Fitts & Son, grocers 

Anderson street 
James M. Mulhern 
Harry L. Tryon 
Mrs. Mary F. Sullivan 
George H. Brown 
Alfred Soule 
James E. Powell 
Mrs. Frances A. Knowlton 

Smith street 
Albert A. Gagon 
William J. McCrink 
Frank O. Tompkins 
Albert E. Tompkins 
Abel F. Tuttle 
Laban P. Hilton 
Charles Hansen 
Mrs. Mary Marston 
Alvin W. Butters 
Edmund Gullage 
Fred W. Walton 
Frank A. Larochelle 
Alonzo F. Small 
Fred D. Harvey, drugs 

O Mayo street 
Pierce & Son, grocers 
George T. Perrv 
Mrs. Ellen J. Page 
Joseph W. Mountfort 
Eldridge F. Sayward 
Mrs. Bridget A. Riley 
Mrs. Mary M. Bryant 

Boyd street 
Lincoln E. Rogers, grocer 

Miss Almena L. Pratt 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Harmon 



100 Clarence H. Freeman 



Just 



1 Mrs. Ellen A. Donovan 
7 Henry W. Molloy 
9 Philip Levinsky 

Greenleaf street 
.7 Emil H. Christiansen 
9 Hans Peter Jensen 

Warren K. Webber 
!3 James S. Donovan 

Thomas L. Webber 

Charles W. Noyes 

Wilard E. Cole 

Murdo McMillan 

Edward S. McLeod 

Daniel J. Carr 

Samuel H. Ridley, jr 

Timothy T. Malov 

Edward P. Stiles 
35ACarl R. Edwards 

O Anderson street 
37 Vacant 
41 Fred E. Allen 

(rear) James A. Moore 
43 Aubert A. St. Clair 

James J. Kearns 
45 James Hetpburn 
49 Miss Annie E. Dodge 

Mrs. Lizzie MoShane 

Herman Gray 

Smith street 
57 John M. Jeffers 

(rear) C. Dwight 'Stevens 
61 Edward P. Lenham 

(rear) Vacant 

John W. Gannon 

Mayo street 

Vacant 

William J. Towle 

Henry Rodgers 

Theodore B. Davis 

Mrs. Eliza Jane Davis 

John H. Burnham 

Joseph J. O'Brien 

Leon James, laundry 

Reuben Slotsky 

Mrs. Mary K. Lanagan. dry goods 
Bnrd street 

George T. Harding 

Delia A. Churchill 

Louis H. Guevin 

William W. Kerrigan 

Joseph Perry 

Moses J. Laroche 

Warren D. Leighton 

Robert V. Butler 

Ernest E. Powers 

John Bond 

Catlin Bros.. potMo chips 



25 



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35 



65 



85 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



207 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIL>E. 



OXFORJJ STREET — Continued. 



100 Harding- A. Freeman 



Frankliu street 



Albert D. Lovell, grocer 
Wilmot street 



136 Mrs. Bridget Dunleavy 



Myrtle street 



Stone street 

176 George W. Simpson 



ISO William H. Hope 
1S2 George W. York 



100 Chestnut street 

192 Mrs. Mahitable S. Aubens 
Herbert W. Sprague 



19S William S. Dunn 

William E. Randall 
200 Miss Susan P. Purinton 



103 Charles B. Thomas, confectionei 
105 Frank Venzine 
105A George F. White 



107 







109 






111 


114 


Fred S. Knight 


113 


116 


Benjamin D. Porter 
Mrs. Lucy I. Toothaker 


117 


120 


Charles L Catlin 






James Martin 


119 


122 


Ellery D. Libby 
Benjamin Ingram 


121 



123 



129 
131 



US 
140 


Xelson H. Phelps 
Vacant 


141 
143 


148 


Pearl street 


149 
151 
153 






156 
15a 
160 
162 


William E. Herrick 
Frank E. Seavey, bakery 
Josiah H. Dill 
Collins P. Smith 
George H. Long 


155 

159 
161 
163 


164 


Chapel street 


167 

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173 



177 



John W. Pierce 
Carl J. Blom, grocer 

Franklin street 

Morris Anches, shoe repairer 

Robert H. Ward 

Charles B. Thomas 

Vacant 

(rear) John H. Malheson 

Harry Forbes 
E. Frank Ells, h and st 
Daniel Cameron 
Alvin A. Littlejohn 
John T. Hincks 
Herbert Hincks 
(rear) Wesley H. Ginn 
Fred J. Shields 

Wilmot street 
Vacant 

Mrs. Susie C. Thompson 
Miss Lottie E. Knight 
Mrs. Ada M. Howard 
Edwin Hurd 

(rear) William P. Ricketts 
William E. Michaud 
Leonard F. Libby 
James B. O'Rielly 
Mrs. Agnes Loring 
Howard W. Hussey 

Pearl street 
Edwin F. Hillman, grocer 
Edwin F. Hillman 
Walter H. Lyseth 
Arthur M. Gardiner 
Samuel Gerrish 
William Silverman 
John J. Halleran 
Walter W. Sawyer 
James J. Boyle 
Forest A. Dyer 
Thomas M. Ryder 
Albion L. Pierce 
George E. Goodall 

Myrtle street 
Newell E. Hatch 
David Y. Harris 
WiUiam Cop,pen 

O Stone street 
Harlan Leighton 



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179 
181 



185 

187 



189 
193 



195 
201 



203 



Richard F. DeNeill 
James E. Libby 
William G. Hale 
William H. Gay 
Edmund L. Rich 
Frederick H. Kerr 
Nicholas Wright 
Mrs. Mary E. McKim 
John McMonagle 

O Chestnut street 
Miss Phoebe Farr 
Daniel J. Farr 
Edward A. Hanlon 
George R. Evans 
Nathaniel J. Wilson 
Samuel J. Miller 
Eugene M. Leighton 



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LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 






OXFORD STREET- 


-Continued. 


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200 


Mrs. Sarah A. Murch 


205 


Charles B. Stoddard 


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Cedar street 




Albion Bailey 




210 


Mrs. Emma Gardner 




Cedar street 


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216 


Walter H. Collins 


213 


Thomas Gallant 




o o © 




Chalmers J. Barbrick 


215 


Edwin L. Burnham 


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218 


Richard S. Austin 


217 


Robert Pearson 


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James McGonagle 




Thomas G. Smith 








219 


Charles F. Harris 


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Mrs. M. Caroline Cram 








221 


Clarence H. Libby 




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227 


Mrs. Mattie Giloth 


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Leforest C. Berry 


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Elm street 




Elm street 


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229 


Stephen W. McLaughlin 
Miss Margaret Greene 




ill 






231 


Oliver H. Ridlon 




IDDLE 
XCHANCI 


232 


Frank Smith 




Frank Dunn 




234 


Giles H. Farley 


233 


William H. Dougherty 










Patrick H. Foley 








235 


Orville T. Hodsdon 










Henry W. Moore 










(rear) Mrs. Cora I. Packard 








239 


William J. Frost 








241 


Charles W. Coffin 




S III 






243 


Eugene M. Leighton. grocer 






Preble street 




Preble street 




L. 






245 


Henry A. Winship 







248 


James E. Taylor 


249 


Edward E. Bond 




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252 


Lewis Lerman, junk 


253 


Miss Gertrude L. Hennessy 








255 


Harrison R. Waterhouse 












Shirley Googins 




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257 
259 


Arthur S. Cole 
George L. Burnham 




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Herbert Walker 

Alder street 




264- 


— Portland street 


269- 


— Portland street 




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From 54 Park. 




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Mrs. Margaret H. Smart 




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Mrs. Sarah H. Eveleth 


3 


Mrs. June M. Hanson 




6 


John H. Dawson 


5 


Mrs. Caroline C. Dupee 






8 


Frank D. Sterling 




Mrs. Bridget L. Keeley 




Vmmam 


10 


John MacDougall 


7 


Miss Mary J. O'Reagan 




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William H. Grace 


9 


Mrs. Agnes Stevens 








PARK STREET. 




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WARDS 5, 


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From 419 Commercial to opposite 639 Congress. 




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David R. Mahoney 


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11 B. & M. R, R. 




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14 B. & M. R. R. 


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17 York street 








York street 


23 


Alfred T. Whitmore 




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John J. Glynn 




Michael E. Conley 






John Earles • 


25 


Patrick R. McMennamin 




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George S. Place 


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Mrs. Annie M. Coyne 




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30 


Mrs. Miranda Rhodes 


29 


Michael Conley 




L^aa 


32 


Stetson's plaee 




Patrick McCabe 




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34 


Burt L. Johnson 




Mrs. Bridget Martin 




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Leon F. Cummings 


31 


Stevens plaee 




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Mrs. Anna McCray 


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George C. Boothby 






Freeman B. Sterling 




Joseph W. Brown 




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John A. Leonard 




4 8 


Gustus H. Roemer 




Boyd plaee 






Cecil C. Farrar 


15 


Daniel J. Lawler 




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Park plaee 




Mrs. Lena Schofield 






Danforth street 




George A. Ritz 



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563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest Ave. 



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151-153 Commercial 8treet 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



209 



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38 

100 
102 

104 
106 
108 
110 
112 

1 1 4 

120 
122 
130 

132 
136 
140, 
148 
150 
154 
162- 



LBFT SIDE. 

PARK S 

Mrs. Caroline A. Richards 
William W. Welch 
Gray street 

•94 The Sherwood 

William Hebert 

Summer C. Dennett 

Thomas E. Calvert 

Frank A. Mitchell 

Isaac W. Dyer 

Alfred Brinkler 

Walter B. Clarke 

Mrs. S. B. Tibbetts 

Fred C. Stewart 

The Portland School 

Frances L. Gregg 

Miss Louise F. Sterling 
Spring street 

Edwin L. LeButt 

Mrs. Bethia L. Lavers 

Dr. Chauncey R. Burr, h and 

Mrs. Alba S. Burr 

St. Luke's Parish house 

Alexander T. Laughlin 

142 Schoolhouse 

Dr. Frank Y. Gilbert, h and o 

Miss Ella W. Llbby 

Lafayette Hotel 
— Congress street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
1REET — Continued. 

57 Miss Hannah L. Talbot 
59 Oast forth street 

77 Mrs. Ellen H. Phillips 
79 Miss Maud Washburn 
85 Vacant 
89 Frederick S. Vaill 

Edward G. Vaill 
91 Charles E. Wyer 
93 Charles G. Marrett 
95 Mrs. Mary W. Libby 
99, 101 Pleasant street 

103-109 Presbyterian church 
Spring street 

119 Dr. Charles Hutchinson, o 

123 Vacant 

125 Andrew Adams 

129 Charles M. Hay 

131 David W. Snow 

135 Mrs. Sarah E. Rogers 
o 137 Miss Jane Charleston 

139 Dr. Thomas J. Burrage, h and o 

143 Fred O. Conant 

145 Mrs. Susan E. Sawyer 

149 Mrs. Mary E. Somerby 

151 Frank Lee, laundry 

15 3 Vacant 

155 35% Automobile Supply Co. 
O Congress street 



P ARRIS STREET. 

WARD 5. 



From 387 Cumberland av< 
John H. Minott 9 

Clarence A. Noble 

Mrs. Annie L. King 11 

Samuel H. Folsom 

John H. Flaherty 15 

James F. Evans 

Virgil F. Hoffses 17 

James B. White 19 

Mrs. Abbie M. Tenney 
Mrs. Helen A. Banks 21 

(rear) Miss Johanna Anderson 

Mrs. Ida Stevens 25 

Sidney B. Wilson 

Joseph E. Woodsum 29 

Levina Woodbury 

Rilla Roach 35 

Mrs. Harriet P. Kilborn 
J. Blair Waugh 

Portland street 41 



Frank P. Bailey 4 5 

William D. Rooney 

William H. Lord 47 

Rernett F. Kennedy 

Mrs. Eliza J. Smith 49 

John J. Coveney 51 

Mrs. Mary E. Moore 

Thomas H. Knight 53 

Albert C Bailey 55 

Daniel J. Desmond 

Thomas J. Flanagan 59 

Lelan W. Jones 61 

Mrs. Clara Lowe 

Thomas J. Madigan 63 

Llewollyn Wittiee 



mue to Back bay. 

. Miss Anna S. Hooker 

Mrs. Catherine Barrett 

Miss Viola E. Files 

Annie C. Fuller 

Miss Francis A. Atkins 

Horatio H. Gammon 

Mrs. Elizabeth P. Harmon 

James E. Wilson 

Mrs. Mary Twitchell 

James A. Small 

Miss Anna C. Willey 

Mrs. Fannie E. Kimball 

George W. Cooper 

Ervin D. Cobb 

Willis F. Nelson 

Annie M. Whipple 

Irving E. Frank 

Portland street 

Fred L. Small 

Miss Charlotte A. Rideout 

Patrick J. Malloy 

Frank H. Murch 

Miss Fannie E. Gay 

John Howarth 

David Gibson 

Horace G. Wood 

Mrs. Merihah Wilds 

Robert A. Davis 

Mrs. Mary Cook 

Benjamin L. Sawyer 

Herbert Arvanigian 

Jerrv Doueette 

Arthur L. Huff 

Mrs. Alice O'Learv 

Mrs. Matilda Coolbroth 

Durwood W. Lewis 

J. Wesley Lewis 



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92 

100 

94-102 

106 



LEFT SIDE. 



Moses W. Libby 
Harrison Dill 
Charles A. Cutler 
John McLean 
William A. Osmond 
William S. Wilcox 
Mrs. Rebecca McDonald 
Rosoce G. Drown 
Walter M. Taylor 
Joseph H. Sterling 
Cons. Broken Stone & ( 



B. & M. R. R. tracks and 

shops 
Kennebec street 
Baek bay 



RIGHT SIDE. 
ARRIS STREET — Continued. 

65 John H. Marston 

George A. Logan 
67 George W. Davis 

George W. Dowling 

John D. McDonald 
69 Charles D. Hodsdon 
71 Fred J. Murrell 
73 Jabez Freeman 

Walter S. Mora 

(rear) Frank F. Morgan 
•avel Co. 75 Eugene A. Grover 

79, 81 Eureka Fuel Co., coal and wood 
93-103 B. A: M. R. R. 



105 



Kennebec street 
Back bay 



PAYSOJV STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 367 Portland to Durham. 



Longfellow avenue 

B. & M. R. R. 

'Washburn avenue 

66 John McLaughlin 
72 Perley G. Harriman 

Leonard D. Ward 
74 Frank A. Hilton 
76 Mrs. Minnie Boody 



Granite street 

96 Thomas J. Nickerson 
William A. Clough, jr 
William A. Clough, carpenter 

100 Frank E. Plummer 

102 Virgil E. MacAlaster 

106 Murrav F. Kellam 

110 William A. Holman 
Harry H. Robinson 



130 George L. Barber 

— Durham street 



103 



109 
111 
113 

117 
119 
121 
123 



Longfellow avenue 

B. <fc M. R. R. 

Washburn avenue 

Charles F. Waterman 
John Dunham 
William D. Hobson 
George S. Billings 
August Horscyseck 
William M. Looke 
Luther C. Gilson 
Burleigh S. Webber 

Granite street 
Harry A. Smith 
Thomas H. Kelley 
Sidney Smith 
Frederick Z. Butterfleld 
James B. Norcross 
Eli Merriman 
John S. Pierce 
Frank L. Thompson 
Raymond J. Mayo 
Almond M. Rosebrook 
Ralph O. Stockman 
Henry Kaub 

Durham street 



PEARL STREET. 

WARD 3 

From 109 Commercial to Back bay. 

1-7 Custom House 



12-16 



Fore street 

Jno. J. Lappin & C< 



20 A. Soule & Son, st 



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28-34 National 
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Biscuit C< 



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O Milk street 



Fore street 

9 William S. Wolf, drugs 
15 Abraham Fireman, shoemaker 
15% Abraham Fireman 
17 Patrick H. Haggerty 
21 Holmes Confectionery Co 
23 Horace V. Watson, rsnt 
23A Joseph H. McDonough 
25 Horace V. Watson 
27 James Caiazv;o. barber 
27 A Miss Annie Home 
Charles S. Watson 
Joseph Lawrence, cigars 
33 Megquier & Jones 
workers 

O Ashland avenue 
Wolf Shrenskey 



29 
31, 



Co. 



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Show Cases, Store Fixtures 
Bank and Office Furniture 



MANUFACTURED BY 



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71 KENNEBEC STREET 



KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



211 



DEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



PEARL STREET — Continued. 



38 Charles P. Sawyer, st 



60 



W. E. Dunham, blacksmith 
Francis B. Hanson Estate, express 
Frederick Storer, o 

Middle street 

James C. McCaffery, saw filer 

Newbury street 
Federal street 



S4 Francis H. Shaw 
96 Universal Laundry 

Congress street 

08-108 Second Parish church 



114 J. Collie Marr 

116-11 S Roswell A. Jones, lodging h 



158 Joseph B. Allen 

Irving W. Rowe 

Crear) Mrs. Lulia I. Marsh 
162 Andrew J. Rich 
164 Darius M. Hill 

Lewis A. Berry 

Oxford street 



1 74 Michael Cody 

Henry P. Gribbin 
Bert E. Hoy.t 
James S. Bradeen 
George E. Hatton 
Edward T. Breen 
Mrs. Margaret A. Todd 

176 Albert A. Traves. barber 



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77 
70-80 



97 

103 
100 



111 
113 
115 
117 



iron 



whol 



119 



124 


Frank O. Blake 


123 




Edward H. McMenamin 


125 


126 


George F. Soule 


127 


128 


George A. Harford 


129 




Public Kindergarten 


131 
133 
135 
137 
139 




Cumberland avenue 




140 


Private, stable 


143 


144 


Mrs. Sophia A. Russel 


147 


148 


John M. Gould 


151 


150 


Jotham R. Gribben 




152 


Edmund R. Thibodeau 


155 


154 


Fred W. James 





35 Louis Schwartz 

Moses Sheriff 

Mrs. Calda CarVel 
37 Charles H. Hutchins 
37A Charles H. Hutchins, trunks 
39 Michael Galison, fruit 
43-49 Megquier <fe Jones Co., 
workers 

Middle street 

5 Cook, Everett & Pennell, 
drugs 

Storehouse 

Newbury street 
Federal street 
Lincoln Park 
Congress street 

Miss Etta .Stevens 

Knights of Columbus Home 

Mrs. Ella E. Jordan 

Ralph H. Eldridge 

Charles T. Barber 

Miss Alice H. Sullivan, boarding h 

Winfield S. Gray 

Mrs. Mary G. Leavitt, lodging h 

Mrs. Augusta Phillips 

Mrs. Annie C. McLearn 

Mrs. Clara L. Auger 

Charles H. McGee 

Louis Roberts 

Joseph A. Brooks 

Isaac Hadzor, laundry 

Tsaac Hadzor 

William Bassett 

Elmer E. Adams, plumber 

James W. Taylor, storage 

Mrs. Laura E. Bradford 

Charles W. Hanson 

Christian Bruns, shoe repairer 

Edward F. Hillman, grocer 

Cumberland avenue 

Edward T. Silver 

Joseph H. Forrestall 

William E. Waterhouse 

Samuel H. Weeks 

Theodore M. Tolman 

Archibald A. Knowles 

Mrs. Belle E. Herald 
159 Miss Mary A. Cutler 

Henrv M. Russell 

William M. Libbv 
161 Winfield R. Frank 

Daniel Phillips 
165 .Stephen W '. Carle 

William M. York 
167 Daniel Sullivan 

O Oxford street 
171 Charles H. Harlow 
171A George C. Jose 

Moses G. Woodman 
173 Charles H. Stowell 

William S. Shaw 
173ARoseoe E. Brown 
175 Carl C. Verrill 

John L. Moulton 

Charles W. Gray 
177 Herbert E Morrison 

Albert R. Verrill 
170 Fred IT. Stuart 

O Laurel street 



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180 


Walter P. Webster 


181 


Miss Annie Mulkern 


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George A. Todd 


183 


Solomon Karlin, grocer 


C 


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186 


Frank H. Joseph 




•Solomon Karlin 




(0 




Walter S. Hall 




Thomas McLellan 


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188 


Mrs. Mary A. Symonds 




Gedel Scholnich 


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Mrs. Susan A. Simpson 


189 


August Nygaard 


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Lancaster street 


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Lancaster street 


201 


S. S. Rich & Son, stable 


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203 


Hudson J. Moreshead 


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196- 


200 Bennett Mfg. Co., toys 




Kennebec street 


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205 


Miss Isadore M. Merrill 










John J. Shaw- 


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WARD 9. 








From 22 


Veranda to 


Presumpscot. 


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16 


ieorge E. Knight 


15 

17 


Charles T. Benson 
William Nelson 




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WARDS 6, 7. 
From 182 State to 215 Western promenade. 



2 4 
34 
36 
40 

42 

50 

5 2 
54 

56 
60 

6 2 
64 
6 6 
68 



94 

96 

106 



Dr. Herbert F. Twitchell, 

Dr. Fred P. Webster, h 

Vacant 

Charles D. Merrill 

James H. Gilson 

Ernest W. Prince 

Joseph W. Symonds 
"Winter street 

Charles Morris 

William H. Boynton 

Thomas H. Flaherty 

Mrs. Augusta H. Gifford 
O Brackett street 

Vacant 

Mrs. Mary J. Pratt 

Mrs. Cora J. BishoD 

Thomas J. Larkin 

Rosa L. Hussey 

Neils Nelson 

Freeman E. Loveitt 

Miss Ella I. Green 

Private, stable 

Mrs. Sarah S. Petersen, bakery 

Richard H. Ball 

John L. Laidlaw 

Albert E. Ball, barber 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Donahue, perl 
odicals 

Joseph H. Donahue 

Clark street 
76 Walter D. Hinds, taxidermist 

George F. Perry 

Frank W. Boothby 

George C. Kennedy 

Hardy S. Ferguson 

Mrs. Holman S. Melcher 

88 Lewis street 

Harry W. Wade 

Albert G. Donham 

Oscar L. Davis 

Mrs. Ellen A. Peabody 
102 Emery street 

Dr. Jane L. Hersom. h and o 



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Dr. George W. Chase, h 


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13 Methodist church 




15 


Mrs. Lizzie N. Evans 




17 


Benjamin Seabury 




19 


Fred B. Wvman 




21 


Miss Alice C. Furbish 




21AMrs. Harriet C. Leach 




23 


Irwin R. Eaton 




25 


Howard W. Lowd 




27 


Everett Cook 




29 


Mrs. Ellen M. Loring 




31 


Allen H. Cobb 




3 5 


Harrv W. Lothrup 




37 


Mrs. Jane M. Whitney 




39 


Frank H. Morrill 

Stephen Hebb 

Mrs. Mabel E. Fitzgerald 




41 


Alpheus E. Grover 



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Brackett street 

49 Charles B. Shaw 

51 James E. Kilborn 

53 Mrs. J. Ambrose Merrill 

55 Thomas H. Anderson 

59 Fred E. Eastman 

65 Philip I. Jones 

Royal Luther 
67. 69 West street 

71-81 Butler schoolhouse 



87 Dr. Eugene D. Chellis, h and 

89 Mrs. Elinor Maxwell Knight 

91 Paul R. Stevens 

93 Fred H. King 

95 Jeremiah S. Douglass 

97 Horace W. Dunham 

99 James McGlinchey 

101 J. Stuart Maher 

105 Lamartine J. Forbes 

107 Rev. Jesse Hill 



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RIGHT SIDE. 


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STREET — C 


ontinued. 


m 


110 


Frederick W. Kaler 


1 17 


Charles B. Hall 




John F. Cragg 




Albert B. Hall 


J* 


114 


Melvin P. Frank 






116 


Philip C. Kilborn 






G m& 


118, 


120 Thomas street 


119 


Alfred H. Berry 




122 


Horace W. Shaylor 


123- 


127 Carleton street 




124 


James M. Steadman 






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126 


Horace B. Crosby 








130 


John H. Vose 








138 


Charles A. Robinson 








140 


Mrs. Maria C. Blake 






r* 


142 


Robert Braun 






144 


Rev. James F. Albion 


1 13 


Thomas F. Keating 


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Neal street 




Neal street 


146 


William P. Hyde 


1 17 


Harry T. Harmon 


*5 


148 


Edward H. Nash 


149 


Charles W. Allen 




Vaughan street 


151 


Henry M. Maling 


184 


Vacant 


161 


Eleazer W. Clark 


186 


Warren W. Mansfield 




V aughan street 


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Chadwiek street 




Chad-wick street 


192 


Elmer H. Waterhouse 






208 


James W. Parker 


191 


Fenton Tomlinson 


212— 


Western promenade 


211- 


AYesteru promenade 






PITT STREET. 




From 434 Forest 


WARDS 7, 
avenue to 99 


8. 
Brighton avenue. 


12 


Oakdale hall 


9 


Willard B. Darton 






11 


■Walter C. Fogg 






23 


Robert B. Huntley 


3^ 


30 


Mrs. Marv E. Wheeler 


3 3 


Gilbert K. Crocker 




William H. Litchfield 


39 


Clifford A. Plummer 


34 


Jacob F. Coombs 


41 


Abner A. Kezar 


36 


Vacant 




Alexander M. Murray 


*•< 


44 


Charles H. Crocker 


45 


Amasa E. Smith 


48 


James B. Soule 


47 


Arthur Winslow Clark 


54 


Fred E. Pinkham 


51 


George W. Hamm, jr. 










Clarence Bangs, stable 


56 


Charles W. Blake 


55. 


57 Vacant, school bldg 


62, 


64 Oakdale street 


61, 


63 Oakdale street 


o 


72 


George J. Elliott 


67 


Dr. William C. Rich 




John S. Harris 




Bruce N. Van Fleet 


■ 


76 


Austin N. Wellman 


69 


Samuel Goodey 




84 


Wallace E. Easton 


73 


Ralph E. Bailey 




90 


James B. Baxter 


77 


Clarence A. Leighton 




92 


Herbert S. Crawford 


81 


Charles E. Kelley 






George W. Mitchell 


89 


Merton N. Prince 




96 


Mrs. Maria J. Liseomb 


93 


Frederick N. Colesworthy 




98 


Frank M. Liseomb 




George A. Bynon 


ASHMfe 


102 


Samuel N. Barnes 


97 


Charles P. Blackwell 


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William F. McKenzie 


L03 


James P. Butler 


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Ivory Phillips 


105 


John A. Webber 
Pearl T. Gray 


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116 Deering avenue 


113, 


115 Deering avenue 


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119 


Edward Southworth 


122 


Dr. Edwin M. Northcott 


129 


Charles J. Perkins 


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130 


Constant Southworth 


139 


Samuel H. Whitney 


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Brighton avenue 



4 William E. Jackson 
Henry A. Rackleff 

8 James N. Read 
22 Clarence A. Weston 
32 Isaac W. Hanson 



PLEASANT AVENUE. 

WARDS 8, 9. 
From 738 Forest avenue to 37 Leland. 

9-11 Clark Memorial chuvch 
17 Charles W. Hanson 

Mrs. Maria S. Worthley 
25 Charles F. Weatherbee 
29 Mrs. Martha W. Gould 



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LEFT SIDE. 

PLEASANT AV 

Blaine J. Harmon 
Dr. Charles T. Fiske, h and o 
Florence J. Driscoll 
Walter E. Spring 
Henry L. Bremner, hulled corn 
Enoch O. Greenleaf 
56 Norwood street 

Oliver L. McLaughlin 
Royal V. Libby 
A. Milton York 
Mrs. Nancy M. King 
Dr. Walter Witham, h and o 
Albion L. Chapman 
Asa F. Abbott 
Edwin W. Waterman 
C. Fred Berry 
John A. Motley 
Mrs. Felicia E. Motley 
Miss Caroline H. Hooper 
126 Glenvvood avenue 

Thomas E. Malone 
Everett A. Hanson 
Hannah B. Percy 
Arthur I. Corser 
146 Lawn avenue 

George E. Geary 
Clarence B. Godley 
Elisha A. Clark 
John S. Russell 
172 Matthews street 

Mrs. Emma C. Harmon 
Henry L. Forhan 
Thomas J. Farley 
Edwin A. Gray 
204 Stevens avenue 

Victor M. Hodgdon 
Lewis C. Shaw 
Wesley C Freese 

Harry L. Metcalf 
Frank H. Freese 
Mrs. Katherine Dolley 
Iceland street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
ENUE— Continued. 

31 Mrs. Angie A. Coffin 
41 John A. Getchell 



55 George W. Simonton 

Eugene A. MaxAvell 
57-61 Hunt street 

63 Harry P. Sweetser 
73 Miss Charlotte A. Dean* 

John A. Peterson 
7 9, 81 Florence street 

85 Mrs. Annie L. Curry 
97 Mrs. Nellie M. Hussey 
William D. Dole 
101 Walter R. Jacobs 
103 Samuel S. Boyden 
105 Win.ield S. Thurston 

William H. Gailey 
111 Ernest L. Small 
117 Jabez True 
123 John B. Keating 
125 Herbert N. Maxfleld 
133 Rev. Frederick C. Rogers 
147 Neal institute 



161 Briceno M. Eastman 
169 Mrs. Ella P. Locke 
177 Earl E. Richardson 

Mrs. Caroline F. K. Smardon 
181 Joseph C. Colesworthy 



201 Joseph M. Strout 



203. 205 



Stevens avenue 



223 



227 
233 



239 
251 



253- 



Mrs. Ellen N. Pride 
Frank S. Waldron 
Mrs. Mary E. Lane 
Mrs. Helen A. Ladd 
Mrs. Celia A. Twitchell 
Peter J. Craigin 
Ernest D. Drown 
Mrs. Emily R. Wheldon 
Lelnnd street 



From 42 
James T. State, drugs 
Michael J. McDonough 
Patrick Gorham 
Coleman Foley 
8 James J. Connolley, 



PLEASANT STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5. 
Center and 521 Fore to 109 Park. 



10 Michael J. Connelly 



12 



John P. McGinty 
John H. Quinn 
John J. Conley 



15 



John J. Moody, cigars 

Martin A. O'Toole, barber 

Seavev & Boxstein, bottles 

Mrs. Nellie Welch 

John Coyne 

Peter Welch 

(rear) Ezekiel Boxstein 

Max A. Edwab 
Private storage 
Vacant, s 

Mrs. Coleman Cane 
Matthew Curran 
Mrs. Winifred J. Donahue 
John Brown, cigars 
Peter Howard 
James C Corbett 
Patrick Mulkern 
James Brown 
Mrs. Emma Pearse 
Edward A. Hopkins 
Michael Curran 



COAL 



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SARGENT, DENNISON CO. 

174 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



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22 

24 
30 



32 



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40 



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78 
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84 
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90 

92 

98 

110, 
120 

124 
130 
132 
136 
142 
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1.BFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

PLEASANT STREET — Continued. 
15 John Kane 

John Brown, grocer 



George F. Meserve 
Mrs. Abbie Flynn 
Linehan & Haley, bakers 
Thomas Burke 

Pasnage way 
William Carroll 
Fred H. Wilson 
Dudley Fitzpatrick 
Joseph M. Flanagan 
Michael King 
James Foley 
38 Private stable 
Edward Malia 
Coleman McDonough 
John Curran 
Guy Solilitto, variety 
Gaetano Solitto 
Mrs. Frances Cinquinni 
52 Martin S. O'Hare, cigars 
Leander A. Surace 
Domenico Chiarovolloti 
Mrs. Maria Curran 
Miss Marv J. Gorman 
John J. Welch 
Henry A. Marsh 
Patrick Naughton 
Michael M. McGee 
Hubert J. Eagan 
Martin Flaherty 
Peter Cinquinne 
Dennis O'Leary 
Edward T. Darkin 

Maple street 
Patrick Barrett 
John C. Collins 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Alexander J. Busby 
William H. Mordaunt 
John Burns 
Harold A. Matson 
John N. Bracy 
John P. Welch 
Ralph M. Caldwell 
Clinton D. Wiggin 
Charles H. Ray 
Mrs. Mary J. Williams 
George P. Bickford 
Mrs. Una Ulmer 
Charles F. Ulmer 
112 TTlerh street 

John W. Leavitt 
Mrs. Mary A. Mors? 
Frank P. Cummings 
Miss Mary E. Harding 
Mrs. Sophia L. Zimmerman 
Miss Marv P. Burnham 
Mrs. Duel la D. Thompson 
"Park street 



23 



Roscoe R. Reed, grocer 

Mrs. Sarah Conley 

Mary Mil en 

Patrick Ne.v 

Thomas Foley 

Patrick E. King 

James P. Welch 

James Myatt 

William H. Goode, shoemak< 



29-33 



South street 



43 



57 



71 



Vacant, s 

Mrs. Hannah J. Frates 

Michael Nee 

Mark Coyne 

Edward Foley 

Patrick Tracey 

(rear) Thomas Decker 

Thomas Flaherty 

Mrs. Daniel B. Libbv 
49 Mrs. Bridget E. Welch, gr 
Mrs. Bridget E. Welch 
John Rafferty 
John Flynn 
59 Mrs. Hannah McDonough 

Brown court 
61-63 Calderwood's Bakery 
65 William P. Lee 
67 John C. Collins, grocer 
Michael Coyne 
Martin Conley 
Mrs. Margaret De Costa 
John Curran 
Patrick Conley 
Roger Coyne 
Thomas Curran 
(rear) Patrick Foley 

Frank Foley 

Pleasant street place 
John M. Bowen 
William Welch 

Oak street 
Ohipman Smith 
Ernest deB. LeProhon 
George W. Jackson 
Andrew J. Steward 
George F. Sturgis 
Henry E. Littlejohn 
Fred E. Lowell 
Miss 'Susan T. Tlsley 
Cesare Bertolucci 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Siddons 
Frederick J. Tucker 

High street 
Mrs. Jane M. U. Webb 
Fritz H. Jordan 

Presbyterian church 

Park street 



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133 



141-147 

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PLEASANT STREET PLACE. 

WARD 4. 
From 77 Pleasant. 



James S. Foley 
Michael M. Flaherty 



Temple Wall Paper Co., 

Complete line of Wholesale 

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LEFT SIDE. 



2-8 Lincoln E. Hall, st 



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20 Consolidated 
station 



Vacant, o 



Electric Light Co., 



36, 38 Ingalls Bros., o and bottlers 



Ernest A. Bodge, laundi 
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Middle street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
PLUM STREET. 
WARD 4. 
From 415 Fore to 198 Middle. 

5-13 The Leighton Valentine Co., o 
Casco Mfg. Co., shirt waists 
Charles E. McDonald, locksmith 
Nathaniel J. Hodgkins, painter 
John Jensen 
James A. Sullivan 
Gurney Co., coal and wood 
Moses & Derry, horseshoers 
Thomas Barker, furniture repairer 
Vacant 

Portland Water District, o 
Foreside Water Co., o 
Munjoy Land Co., o 
Corham Water Co.. o 
Gospel Temperance Mission 
Stephen Berry Co., printers 
Smith's Hotel 

Middle street 



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From 
George S. Hall 
Benjamin W. Rivers 
Joseph S. Pelton 
Charles S. Glines 

Forest avenue 



POLAND STREET. 

WARD 9. 
53 Stevens avenue to 1078 Forest avenue. 



17 Red Men's Hall 



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WARD 1. 
From 115 Monument to 190 Congress. 
2 Henry Thomes 7 David Finkelman, junk 

Mrs. Mary Hannagan 
George Allard 
8 James H. Gorrivan 

Jeremiah E. Supple 1 1 

14 Thomas Joyce 13 

Thomas Coyne 
Martin Nelson 
Dennis D. Powell 
16 Vacant 
— Congress street — 

PORTLAND STREET. 



Lewis Proferino 
Patrick E. W T elch 



Congress street 



WARDS 
From 62 Preble 



2-6 Preble chapel 
8 Mrs. A. H. Mealier 
12 Mrs. Jane Hennigar 

William F. Knight 
16 John J. Griffin 

(rear) Frank C. Hatch 
18 Mrs. Annie L. Doughty 
22 Thomas W. Scott, upholsterer 
24 Elmer E. Maguire 
28 Michael H. Hargadon, painter 
30 Vacant, s 
32 Clifton C Leighton 

Alder street 
38 Arthur Bourdelais 
Edward M. Norton 
40 Harry L. Billiken. blacksmith 
44 Myer Goldman, tailor 



4, 5, 6, 7. 

to Llbby corner. 

1 John H. Hamel, drugs 
3 Benjamin Ingram, shoe repairer 
5 Rocco Ginino 
7 Joseph Pio, pool room 
9 Abner L. Littlejohn, fish 
Fred R. Nelson 
Mrs. Mary M. Mason 
11 Edward W. Knight, sauerkraut 
*mnfr 
Louis Lerman 
15 Mrs. Mary V. Coffin, birds 
Herbert Graffam 
Mary E. Shaw 
17 Alphonse L. Laflamme, barber 
1 9 Vacant 
21 v Vacant, s 
23 Mrs. Lillian M. Fairbrother 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 
131 Woodford St. 
181 Fores t A ve. 



C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



151-153 
COMMERCIAL ST. 
WRAPPING PAPER. BAGS AND TWINE 



96 
98 
102 
106 
110 
116 

120 
124 
128 
136 
148 
156 
158 
164 
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217 



LEFT SIDE. 



PORTLAND STREET 



Hart & Stetson, confectionery 
Hanover street 

Maurice Cowen, tailor 

Vacant 

Edward B. Southard 

Herbert R. Arvanigian, barber 

John F. Brett 

Frank W. Webster 

Joseph K. Brett 

John O'Rou 

James K. Lynch 

Jenness Mfg. Co., extracts 

Albert L. Addison, lunch 
Parris street 

Charles O. Scribner, grocer 

George A. Ritz, shoe repairer 

Thomas R. Perham 

Lillian E. Danforth 

George A. Pratt 

Alfred Richards 

Carroll Cooper 

Thomas F. Christy 

Horace E. Crockett 

Mrs. Hattie Hughes 

John E. O'Connell 

James E. Kennard 

Mrs. Emma K. Frye 

Mrs. Cornelia Smith 

Perley H. Busswell 

Edward Smart 

Alexander Smart 

Charles Smart 

American Press Shop, tailors 

Albert Dingley, grocer 

Alonzo Day 

William Hannaford 

Mrs. Lizzie Spiller 

Margaret M. Farrell 

James K. Lynch & Co., plumbers 
Mechanic street 

John H. Charles & Co., grocers 

John H. Hoage 

Robert J. Swett 
\z William P. Mitchell, news-stand 
~Cobb & Trefethen, fish 

Fennell & Burnell, grocers 
, 108 Forest avenue 

-114 Sullivan & Osgood, grocers 

George W. Atkins 

Mrs. Sophia C Dill 

William F. McKenzie, milk 
. 126 Hlgrh street 

Flckett Bros., grocers 

Second Advent church 

Joseph W. Mitchell 

William H. Woodbury 

Walter I. Locke 
, 168 State street 

Reynolds L. Nicholson 

Arthur G. Spear 

Henry L. Moody 

Fred W. Boothby 

Preble Davis 

Samuel H. Howes 

Frederick A. Harris 

Jesse L. Wood 

Robert S. Tvler 

George H. McDuffee 

Hugh M. Warren 



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RIGHT SIDE. 

-Continued. 

Vacant 

Joseph H. Thompson, grocer 
Oxford street 
O Alder street 

George F. Horner, grocer 

George L. Conant 

William N. Culleton 

Fred O. Edgerley 

William W. Jewett 

Vacant 

(rear) James F. McGonagle 

Martin F. Tuttle 

Percy E. Wescott, coal and wood 

Albert F. Hamlin, variety 

Albert F. Hamlin 

Hanover street 

Chauncey E. White, grocer 
il l / 2 Mrs. Jennie P. Holcombe 
49 Joseph Oransky, shoes 
4 9V 2 Mrs. Sarah J. Bailey 
51 George E. Barbour 

Charles L. Mavberrv 
53 Henry E. Huff 
55 Philip H. .Silva 

Mrs. Mary F. Toye 
59 Morris B. Miles, grocer 

Morris B. Miles 
61 Chee Rung Tong 
63 George King, laundry 
Parris street 
65 Asa F. Abbott, drugs 
65^ Peter L. Lawson 
67 Edward L. Poore 

Joseph Alexander 
69 Herbert F. W. Morse, shoes 
71 Samuel Mason, carriage mnfr 
73 Archie H. Dove, carriage painter 
75 Talbot & Moulton, carriagesmiths 
77 Henry C. Leary, baker 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Smardon 
Brattle street 
81 Miss Frances M. Swett 

John W. Thomas 
S3 Edwin H. C. Tompson 

Llewellyn N. Hapgood 
89% Herbert W. Olds 
93 Mathias Moulton 

Canton street 

Louis Rutstein, shoe repairer 

Mrs. Harriet Ramsey 

George Sandv, fruit 

William Graffam 

William J. Flanigan, drugs 
Forest avenue 
109. Ill J. M. Edwards & Sons, grocers 

Mrs. Ellen Dollev 

William Waddell 

Charles W. Thornton 

George S. Hodgson 

Miss Abbie R. Edwards 

William E. Knowlton 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



PORTLAND STREET— Continued. 



196 Charles D. Decelle 

Frank R. Jones 
198 Walter M. Tapley 
200 Vacant 

212-216 Mellen street 

218 Dana C. Douglass 
220 Samuel E. Sommers 
222 Vacant 

212 Mrs. Annie L. Henderson, milliner 
25 4 Charles T. Vose 
2.") 6 Mrs. Vina P. Thompson 
258 George J. McCrum 

W. Guy Getchell 
268-274 Deering avenue 

2S0 Miss Lillian M. Stevens 

Sylvester S. Merriman 
2S4 Mrs. Lizzie Currie 
2S6 Charles W. Hamilton 

Jens N. Jensen 
288 Adam G. Barron 
290 James R. Pratt 
292 Joseph T. Keating 
296 Henry L. Carey 
298 Miss Nellie C. Miller 
300 Charles A. Higgins 
306 Arthur C. Mann, grocer 
308 Louis E. Stebbins 

Melvin H. Clark 
310 John J. Callan 

Joseph Sheridan 
312 Charles N. Putnam 
314 Christopher J. Hagen 

Patrick H. Connell 
316 George S. Betts 
320 James L. Stockford 

Willis E. Trask 
322 Vacant, s 
324 James C. Norton 

Eugene F. Cunningham 
326 Alfred A. Dimock 

Weymouth street 
344 Clifford H. Bachelder 
348 Lars C. Peterson, milk 
364 Edward J. Mayo 
364A Michael E. Conley 

Donald W. Clift 
366 Charles P. Riggs 

Forest street 
374 Joseph V. Melanson 
376 Frank D. Magee 
378 Morris Vinik 



388, 390 
398 



Oilman street 



Miles Gould 

William J. Greene 

Valley street 
St. John street 
124, 426 M. C. R. R. bridfie 

'Marston street 
462 Levi R. Dunham 
164 Manfort Cusack 
166 Maria F. Jones 

Stephen Flaherty 
4 68 Vacant 
470 Edward Fubler 
'74 James H. Pike 
478 Mrs. Bridget Quinn 
180, 482 T-owell street 

484 Mrs. Sarah E. Berry 

Ernest W. Berrv 



267-273 



DeeriiiR avenue 



Mrs. Linda C. Waldron 
Vacant 



311 The Maine 
Blind 



Institution for the 



325 Vacant 



333 Frank C. Goodrich 

335 Weymouth street 



367-371 



Payson street 



401 S. F. Engine No. 6 
415 St. John street 

417 George Singer 

419 John H. Mountfort, coal and wood 

4 27, 429 M. C. R. R. bridge 

Samuel B. Densmore, brick mnfr 



143-447 Deering Ice Cream Co. 
Portland Creamery 
Sebago Lake Ice Co. 
George Lynch 

(rear) Frank E. Bemis. blacksmith 
Vacant 

Alvin W. Griffin 
Thomas Moran 
Patrick O'Donnell 
Michael Thornton 
William J. Curlew 
Vacant 



4 55 



4 57 
4 75 
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485 
487 
189 



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Store Fixtures 71 KEN NEBEC STREET Descriptions 



KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 







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STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 




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POTTER'S LANE. 

WARD 2. 
From 148 Washington avenue to 21 Hammond. 
15% Moses A. Elliot 

Mrs. Jennie Petersen 
Hammond street Hammond stree 

POTTER'S LANE. 

WARD 5. 
From 12 Brattle to 117 Forest avenue. 

— Private stable 

— Vacant, sh 

— Private stable 
Forest avenue — Forest avenue 

POWSLAND STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From opposite 1276-1278 Congress to M. C. R. R. 



74 

76 

84 

102- 



Temporarv Home for Women and 9 

Children 25 



Coleman Conley 29 

Edward Libby 41 

Joseph E. Turcotte 43 

M. C. R. R. 99 — 



Vacant 

Thomas S. Brown 

A. Wellington McCullah 

William H. Roach 

Seth S. Parlin 

Frank L. Oliver 

Fred C. Eaton 

M. C. R. R. 



PRE RLE STREET. 

WARD 4. 
From 471 Congress to Back bay. 



2-12 T. F. Foss & Son, furniture, etc 
16 Harry L. Levin, tailor 
18 Joseph Stein, jewelry 
20 B. F. Keith's Theatre 
22 Patrick King, billiards 
24 The Clark-Eddy Co., wholesale 

dry goods 
28 B. F. Goodrich Co., auto tires 
30 Flaherty & McCabe, furniture 
30A The Wadsworth 
32 .Staples Piano and Music Co.. 

warerooms 
34 Vacant, s 

36 John A. Peterson, pianos 
38 Scandinavian Mission 

Charles H. Stowell 
10 Freeman Pharmacal Co. 

The T. C. Tibbetts Mercantile Co. 
12 George E. Morrison, marble 

George E. Morrison Auto Co. 
4 4 Cumberland avenue 

46-54 Preble chapel 
56-60 Portland street 

62 Edward Rumerv 
68 Miss Ella F. Perrv 
70, 7 2 Oxford street 

76 Mrs. Eliza Smith 

Elmer F. Cross 



7. 9 George C. Shaw Co., grocers 
1 1 Portland Theatre 
13 Maine Furniture Co. 
17 Tolman Bradford Furniture Co. 
17% Samuel Chelekis, bootblack 
19 A. W. xiiggins, mason 

Maine Artificial Stone Co. 
19% George F. Johnson, barber 



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37 

39 

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51 

53 



Harrigan Bros., dye house 
John J. Frye, plow mnfr 
Augustus M. Benner, barber 
William A. Cruikshank, furniture 
Albert E. Spear, st 
35 Standard Furniture Co. 
Chin Chang, furniture 
Levi Strout, fruit 
4 3 Cumberland avenue 

Howard B. Thurston, boarding h 
Charles L. Maloney 
55 Patrick J. Lyte, harnessmaker 
55A Charles L. Mavberrv, cigars, etc 
57 Preble 'Street Saw Works 

(rear) George G. Babcock, ma- 
chinist 
59 William H. Oldham, rsnt 
61 Preble Furniture Co. 
33 D. E. McCann's Sons, carriage 
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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



PREBLE STREET — Continued. 



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144 
146 
148 
150 
162 
164 
166 
174 
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230 



Margaret A. Moore 
Thomas Cioakos 
Andrew Mercury 
(rear) Mrs. Leona Lowe 
George A. Brown 
Louis Mastoromargry 
Neal D. Winslow, oil dealer 
Frank H. Fiske 
Fred A. Lane 

98 Joseph K. Brett, carpenter. 
Frank H. Merrill, pattern maker 
Joseph E. Hollywood 
Joseph A. Hollvwood, variety 
108 Louis Abbling 
Marion Gilmore 

John W. Burro wes Co., carpenters 
122 II. <fc M. R. 11. 

Kennebec street 

o Somerset street 

Back bay 

PRESl MPSCOT 



91 

97 
99, 

105 



Oxford street 

Southworth Machine Co., o and fac 

F. A. Nickerson Co., o 

F. A. Nickerson Co., garage 



Chas. N. Barbour, carriage maker 
Locke & York, carriage mnfrs 
Preble Fuel Co., coal and wood 
103 Lancaster street 

Cobb & Webster, carpenters 



1 19, 121 Vacant, station 

Kennebec street 
O Somerset street 
Ilaek bay 
STREET. 



WARD 9. 



From 597 Washington avenue t< 

Ephren J. Herbert 

Harold S. Hut chins 

Ralph H. Ames 

Patrick A. Vaughan 

Melville C. Cole 

Joseph P. Demaggio 

James Bendelow 

Herbert E. Waite 

Daniel E. Connor 

Frank W. Meserve 

John T. Champion 

Savoy street 

Sherwood street 
Vacant 

Peter Peterson 
George H. Bryant 
Charles E. Roberts 

True street 
Roeco Pompeo 
Roy De Resi 
(rear) Mrs. Phoebe Bell 
Roy C. Packard 
Alexander Wright 
Charles Brazier 
George E. Slocum 
Henry Plummer 
Fred W. Jenney 
Fred W. Jenney, jr. 
John Cameron 
John J. Ryan 
John J. Driscoll 
William W. Miller 

Ocean avenue 



nearly opposite 458 Ocean avenue. 
5 Francis E. Haines 
Frank C. Trimble 



19 East Deering Primary school 
Sherwood street 

51-57 Grand Trunk round house and 

storage 
63-71 Grand Trunk machine shop 
SI -93 Grand Trunk Railway, sh 
115 (rear) Grand Trunk stock yards 
147 (rear) Port. Rendering Co., wks 
149 S. A. Maxfield Co. 



183 Charles H. Felt, painter 
Sumner J. Van Tassel 

219 Maynard G. Marston 
Oeean avenue 



From 444 Deerin 
Fred J. Stubbs 
Frank A. Huston 

M. C. R. R. 

Nelson M. Sweeney 
George H. Hudson 



avenue 



30 Clarence E. Fickett 



PROSPECT STREET. 

WARD 8. 

o 269 Stevens avenue. 

M. c. n. R. 

9 Alvin A. Noyes 
15 Joseph H. Thompson 
19 Mrs. Lizzie Archambeau 
21 Mrs. Emma E. Hayes 
29 Frank R. Jordan 
2 9% Vacant 



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Glares Made and Repaired Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11.000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
East of Boston. 



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221 





LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 




PROSPECT 


STREE1 


— Continued. 


32 


Fred. L. Tower 


31 


Samuel F. Bearce 


34 


Albert H. Adams 


33 


Elmer N. Bachelder 




O Beacon street 




O Beacon street 


42 


Henry T. Hooper 


39 


Frank E. Allen 


46 


Ervin C. Huston 


43 


Mrs. Lucretia J. Adams 


48 


Edward W. Cornet 




Royal W. Mixer 


52 


Walter E. Morrill 




Highland street 




Highland street 




Glenwood avenue 




Glenwood avenue 


87 


Claudius N. Needham 


• — 


Stevens avenue 


— - 


Stevens avenue 



QUEBEC STREET. 

WARD 1. 
From 292 Eastern promenade to 57 North. 
Edward A. Baker 
Mrs. Ellen Coyne 
George McConnell 
Mrs. Almeria Perry 
Ralph B. Nichols 

Emerson street 
Albert S. Mundee 
Ernest G. Nichols 
Leamon C. Fickett 
Clarence H. Sparrow 
Mrs. Harriet E. Sparrow 
Gustavus H. Curtis 
Jens Hendricksen 
Alger S. Flood 
Ira G. Chandler 

Merrill street 
Mrs. Mary A. Greely 
Hezekiah S. Roberts 



Andrew H. Ward 
William J. Ward 
Morton W. Peterson 
Frank M. Vickerson 
Cyrus Thompson 



28 


Emerson street 


17 


30 


William H. Pollard, carpenter 






Mrs. Ellen Bowie 


21 


32 


Robert H. Ferguson 
Mrs. Ellen S. Dunham 




3 6 


Harry Blackburn 


27 


40 


Vacant 


39 


42 


John Nelson 


4 3 




Harold Waters 


45 




(rear) Lemont W. Littlefield 






Frederick W. Woodbury 






Edwin A. Moore 


49 


44 


Howard S. Lowell 




4 6. 


4 8 Howard street 


51 


52 


Martin S. Burke 




56 


Frank E. Needham 


61 


62 


Merrill street 


65 


66 


Mrs. Mary E. Bennett 
Isaac G. Babb 
(rear) Vacant 


67 


70 


Nicholas Peterson, milk 






Peter Jensen 


7 5 


76. 


78 Lafayette street 




SO 


Patrick Honan 


77 


S4 


Mrs. Helen E. McDonnell 






William P. Bennett 


81 


86 


Charles O. Baker 
Mrs. Annie Atwood 




90 


Samuel F. Wood 
John M. Roach 




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— North street 


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James A. Quinn 
12 Nathan Shelling 

Edward P. McKay 
14 Mrs. Lizzie F. Babcock 

W. Edward Leonard 
18 Mrs. Abbie Fickett 

Mrs. Julia A. Nickerson 
20 Mrs. Mirian E. Snowman 

William S. Letteney 
24 James K. Wilson 

Hubert M. Percival 
26 Edward C. Appleby 

Myer Karlin 
30 Henry L. Foster 

Murdock MacEachern 
28 — ■ Cumherlnnd avenue 



QXINCY STREET. 

WARD 3. 
333 Congress to 210 Cumberland avenue. 
7 Mrs. Sarah N. Ruby 



11 



21 



William W. Ruby, jr. 
Abraham J. Bernstein 
Alden S. Woodls 

Robert B. Bernstein 
Frank H. Sampson 
John H. Donovan 
Clarence M. Merriman 



Walter J. Macdonough 



Cumherlnnd avenue 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



RACKLBFF STREET 

WARD 8. 
From opposite 118 Highland to 



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30 


Mrs. Sarah E. Elder 


25 


32 


Charles N. King 


27 < 


46- 


48 Glenwood avenue 


45-4 


56 


John Massure 


61 


60 


William H. Whipple 


73 


62 


Charles W. MacKinnon 


77 


7 2 


Frederick W. McCarthy 


85 


82 


Ira H. Morrison 


89 


90 


A. Iver Poulsen 


93 


94 


Phillipe E. Keith 


97 


98 


Vacant 


103 


06- 


— Stevens avenue 


107— 



3 4 


Andrew L. Sampson 


38 


Ralph S. How 




Julius Foster 


42 


Charles L. Norburg 


IS 


Michael J. Conly 


50, 


52 Front street 


78, 


80 Water street 


— 


Back bay 



306 Stevens avenue. 

William E. Gilman 

Mrs. Mary Brewer 

Almon F. Hill, real estate 

George F. Rowe 

James B. Crist 

Sherburne H. Sleeper 

Vacant 

Joseph T. Adams 

Charles W. Briggs 

7 Glenwood avenue 

Edward K. Milliken 

Henry A. Osgood 

Mrs. Mary E. Blackstone 

Mrs. Benjamin H. Lewis 

Thomas L. Berry 

Burton Densmore 

Vacant 

George W. Lovejoy 

Stevens avenue 



RANDALL STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 558 Washington avenue to Back bay. 
33 Andrew Hanson 
37 Ludwig P. J. Jorgensen 
45 Jens M. Axelson 
4 9-51 Front street 

55 Charles H. Jones 

Fred E. Barton 
65 Martin Hansen 
77, 79 AVater street 

— Back bay 



RAY STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 1045 Washington avenue to 523 Allen avenue. 



100 
188 



Alonzo Hlght 
Charles A. Lucas 

William S. Berry 
Vacant 

Allen avei 



From 272 Ocean a 



M. C. R. R. 
Bell street 



Forest avenue 



9 


Andrew Jackson 


11 


Thomas J. Forrestall 


47 


John A. Moreshead 


— 


Rifle Range 


137 


Mrs. Mart'ha E. Shattuck 


221 


Wallace Spiller 




Allen avenue 


READ STREET. 


WARD 9. 




Lvenue to 1097 Forest avenue. 


33 


Fred D. Wish 




J. A. McVarnum 


39 


Wallace B. McCausland 


51 


Edwin A. Smith 


63 


Frank E. Haines 




M. C. R. R. 




Bell street 


139 


Andrew G. Spinney 


145 


Ellery Starbird 


■ — 


Forest avenue 



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223 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



26A 
2S 



4 4 



From 630 
Mrs. Ida Whitman 
Nelson D. Cross 
George E. Mitchell 
Mrs. Marcia L. Lermond 
Rodney B. Humphrey 

Deerlng avenue 
James R. Johnston 

M. C. R- R. 
Percy E. Frost 
Charles C. Bolton 
William W. Carman 
Charles H. Kennison 
William H. Drew- 
Thomas L. Haskell 
Clarence E. Sawyer 
Edwin P. Jillson 
Will A. Gilman 
Leonard W. Libby 
Vacant 

Beaeon street 
Mrs. Harriet E. Morton 
William I. Tower 
B. Frank Stevens 
Henry E. Richards 
•"rear) James E. Anthony 
Vacant 
Ira Berry 
Matthew J. Baker 
George E. Donnelly 

Highland street 



REVERE STREET. 

WARD 8. 
Forest avenue to 
3 



opposite 7 Highland. 
Augustine I. Howe 
L. P. Senter & Co., bakery 



Deerlng avenue 

7 Engine 8 
11 Frank A. Walker 

Frederick W. Patrick 
M. C. R. R. 

15 Fred E. Young 

Benjamin F. Woodbury 
17 Edwin R. Brown 
19 Ira C. Strout 

William A. Sawyer 
21 Fred Butler Estes 
25 Cecil Clay 

Walter W. Fenley 
27 Thomas D. Sale 
29 Ralph Goodwin 

Adelbert J. Bird 
::i Daniel W. Freeman 

Phyam P. Alexander 
33 Miss Ellen C. Whittemore 

George A. Donnelly 

Beacon street 



Highland street 



RICHARD SOX STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 94 Leland to opposite 12 Best. 



Miss Emeline S. Dyer 
Frank H. Haskell 
Mrs. Sarah Kelley 
Charles F. Hart 
Edward J. Precourt 

Rev. Judson B. Bryant 
Best street 



9 Alfred A. Stevens 

13 Frank H. Monahan 

19 Frank L. Hutchins 

29 Mrs. Ellen C. Jones 

33 Mrs. Nellie J. Crocker 

4 3 Arthur W. Brown 

59 Miss Lillian M. Carter 
— Best street 



RIGGS STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From West Essex easterly to Essex. 

— St. John Anderson 

— Charles Franzen 
Essex street Essex street 

RIVERSIDE STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From opposite 1184 Brighton avenue to 1926 Washington avenue. 



114 
1 20 



124 
132 



14S 

200 



OB.* M. R. R. 

Mrs. Eunice G. Douglass 

John E. Hillock 

Bert Black 

Vacant 

Samuel F. Tufts 

Warren avenue 
A. Augrustine Cilley 
Xeal D. Lunt 

Ben.iamin F. Morgan 



67 

97 

101 



111 



245 
259 



Gilman B. Grant 

Vacant 

David Hunt 

Edwin F. Hunt 

(rear) Annis S. Campbell 

B. * M. R. R. 
Fred Belter 

Warren avenue 
Charles O. Davis 
Willard G. Hartley 

Auburn place 



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Slabs and Edgings. 

Charcoal In any Quantity. 



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RIVERSIDE 

3 22 Fred E. Irish 
Albert Le Beau 

Forest avenue 

448 Miss Caroline Jones 
570 Walter H. Hawkes 
636 Thomas C. Cribb 
64 6 Charles A. Tracy 
648 Clarence W. Bailey 
660 Henry Crossman 

H. C. R. R. 

— \\ iiMhinurtou avrnue 



ROB 

From 99 Washb 
George F. Kavanough 
Jens C. Bruns 
John J. Driscoll 
James L. Minott 
Irving G. Bracy 
George W. Betts 
Mrs. Mary J. Stearns 
Albert F. Marco 
Mrs. David D. Hannegan 
Joseph McGowan 
George H. Garrison 
Clarence W. Kavanough 

Granite street 
Fred E. Berry 
Walter H. Small 
James E. Campbell 
John A. Mace 
Sherman Hapgood 

John M. Haines 
Delbert E. Marean 
William B. Bradford 
Sidney A. McTaggart 
John H. Westwood 
George A. Milliken 
Wilmot W. Wells 
George S. Chase 
William D. Sawyer 
Harold H. Rowell 
DeForest H. Perkins 
Fred D. Holland 
Charles B. Berry 



RIGHT SIDE. 



36 

3S 

40 
46 

50 
52 
54 
56 
58 
60 
62 
64 
66 
68 
70 
72 
80 



STREET — Continued. 

267 Edgar Bradbury 

275 Benjamin M. Andrews 

279 Charles B. Gordon 

285 Elihu T. Gordon 

289 Edwin A. Watkins 

301 Vacant 

313 Ulysses G. Hamilton 

321 Albion H. Field 

Forest avenue 
443 David Jones 

M. C. R. R. 
701 Sumner K. Reed 
— AYnshlncrton avenue 



ERTS STREET. 


WARD 7. 


urn avenue, northwesterly. 


7 


Clarence E. Garey 


9 


Henry C. Houston 


11 


Henry J. Bradbury 


17 


Amos E. Chick 




Herbert W. Caldwell 


19 


Arthur H. Moulton 


21 


He'rman A. Russell 


23 


Joseph F. Brown 


25 


Edward G. Baker 




Granite street 


33 


Rev. Carl M. Gates 


39 


S. Major Hammett 




Millard F. Gilpatrick 


41 


Elwin T. Hubbard 


43 


Maurice S. Ricker 


4 5 


Leon L. March 


47 


Gerry L. Brooks 


51 


Daniel K. Smith 




George W. LeGrow 


55 


Frederick Rines 


57 


Charles W. Raymond 


59 


Bert E. Baldwin 




George W. Lyons 


61 


Dr. Joseph P. Bodge 


65 


Scott A. .Simpson 




William G. Marston 


71 


John B. Staples 




Fred A. Munson 


73 


Joseph A. Fickett 




Fred S. Pine 


75 


William O. Peterson 


77 


George C. Whitmore 



ROCHESTER STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From foot of Lightfoot to foot of Surrenden. 
9 George B. Smith 



I 1 



Surrenden street 



Benjamin R. Scammon 

Surrenden street 



ROSBMOXT AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 
From 503 Woodford, northerly. 



1 8 Louis H. O'Brion 
Cecil H. Rumerv 

24 Eben F. York 

Fred S. McRonald 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 
I 3 f Woodford St. 
I 81 Forest Ave. 



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LEFT SIDE. 



LIIGHT SIDE. 



Rl \ XEI,LS STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From Belfield to Montrose avenue. 



20 Henry W. Caldwell 

Rev. Isaac C. Bumpers 
28 John T. Knight 
36 T. Eugene Davis 
40 Harry M. Blake 
— Montrose avenue 



3 John F. Hill 

5 Claudlan H. Hall 

21 Ernest O. Woodman 

35 George W. Irish 

— Montrose avenue 



22- 



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RUSSELL STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 8 Hill to 331 Brackett. 

1 Joseph F. Marston 
3 Charles A. Scott 

James M. Kenney 
5 Harry T. Gould 
7 Frank Saunders 
9 .Sidney St. Clair 
11 Thomas A. Graff am 
21 — Brackett street 



RYAN'S COURT. 

WARD 6. 
From Dermot Court. 

— Eben S. Emery 

— Samuel R. Swett 

— William T. Cann, carpenter 

SALEM STREET. 

WARDtS 6, 7. 
From 56 Brackett to 19 Emery. 



8 Peter Miseones 

Sam Rosen 
16 Michael W r elch 

James Gillespie 

Peter O'Toole 
18 Robert Elliott 
20 John H. Lee 
24 John J. Quinn 

Charles E. Miller 
30 William P. F. Carroll, grocei 

Clark street 
32 Charles O. R. Foss 

Ahram Rosen 
34 Wlady Kozlakowsky 

Michael Beatty 
36 Martin J. Connolly 

Patrick McSwee/tey 
40 Thomas J. Hinds 
42 John H. Flaherty 

Michael Herrick 
44 Mrs. Bridget T. Quinn 
4 6 Vacant 
JS Peter Butkievitz 

Joe Batura 

Vincenty Tumasy 

Stephen Maslowski 
")2 Daniel Jiro 

Paul J. Kelley 
54 Patrick J. Flaherty 

Mrs. Marv Cummings 
.16 Patrick Coughlin 

William Dixon 
76 John H. Johnson 

Matthew Kellev 

Augustine Murphy 



23 



Miss Emily A. Whalen 
Michael Mclsaac 
Mrs. Ellen McLaughlin 
James Horton 
Mrs. Annie M. Foley 
Mrs. Annie S. Biggins 
Charles E. McMonagle 
Crear) Patrick Foley 

Alphonso Berry 

John Tracy 
Vacant 

George F. Ladd 
Thomas J. Smith 
John T. Welch 
James Madden 
Joseph E. Murphy 
Thomas H. Catterson 
Patrick H. Smith 
Charles D. Webster 

Clark street 
Benjamin Pottie 
Patrick F. Quigley 
Miss Mary J. Driseoll 
John Donlan 
James Curran 
Bartley Flaherty 
Martin Concannon 
James Feeney 
John Hines 
John Foley 

BHkk's street 
John C. Sullivan 
Arthur G. Weymouth 
(rear) Bartholomew Conn 

Peter Graney 



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80 



92 



96 
100 
102 
104 



H 108 



112 

116 
136- 



LBFT SIDE. 

SALEM ST 

Herbert E. Drew 

Mrs. Ernestine Burns 

Henry W. Cody 

Martin Curran 

A. Abrams, grocer 

Vacant 

Matthew Kane 

Bartley O'Toole 

John Zawacki 

Joseph Lesneski 

Frank Lerndrkes 

Antony Kassell 

Ravrienski Taref 

Coleman Chisholm 

John Curran 

Patrick Bennett 

(rear) Jeremiah H. MiCormkk 
Arthur E. Crossland 
John J. Gannon 
Mark J. Donlan 
Vacant 

Clarence A. Pennell 
Ernest F. Brown 
George H. Reilly 
Mrs. Johanna Leary 
Joseph A. Sloan 
Luke Foley 
Peter Paluske 
Patrick Coyne 
Albert Pincanez 
Wlady Yendrasko 

Emery street 



RIGHT SIDE. 



REET — Continued. 



63 (rear) Mrs. Annie Foley 
67 Coleman O'Toole 

Michael Conley 

(rear) James E. Woods 
Michael Balcolski 
Anthony Vessell 

Jacob Gitlin 
71A Jacob Gitlin, fruit 
75 Joseph H. Ramsdell 
School street 

Mrs. Fannie A. Brewster 

Michael F. Joyce 

Thomas F. O'Connell 

John Foley 

Robert Dahl 

Thomas McCabe 

Peter J. McDonough 

Stephen A. Delaney 

Jules J. Gingras 

Joseph A. Ballantine 
Orange street 



69 



71 



93 



97 

105 



Emery streel 



M. C. R. R. 

Mrs. Clara E. Saunders 
Rupert A. Saunders 
Mrs. Sarah J. Pinkham 
Mrs. Lovisa Bradford 
Elwin M. Stuart 
William Eugene Wfllard 
William S. Elwell 
Walter W. Walker 
Daniel M. Avery 

Nevens street 



SAUNDERS STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 69S Forest avenue to opposite 28 Nevens. 





M. C. R. 


11 


Joseph D. Wyman 




True C. Foss 




Fred G. Lewis 


15 


Charles W. Bryant 


19 


Fred I,. Campbell 


21 


James W. Haggett 


25 


George Smith 



Nevens street 



SAVOY STREET. 

WARD 9. 

From 1 4 Presumpscot, westerly. 
Ellsworth A. Currier — ■ Gustavus A. Bell 

Liston A. Willey — John F. Tllton 

— Charles C. Harris 



From opp< 
Mrs. Emma E. Dawes 
Clarence Akers 
Walter O. Ham 
Edward Conley 
Thomas Abrahamson 
28 Bryant street 

Joseph A. Tanguay 
William T. McElwee 



SAWYER STREET. 
WARD 9. 

)site 103 Ocean avenue to M. C. 



R. R. 



21 Vacant 

25 Hans Hansen 

29 Rev. James Wright 

Jesse E. Lowd 
33 Reuben Small 
37 Chauncey B. White 
Kent G. Newbert 
41 Harold A. Seavey 



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227 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



SAWYER STREET — Continued. 



36 Mrs. Elizabeth McElwee 
42 Alonzo T. Thompson 
44 Joseph W. Benner 
48 Burton W. Shaw 

Charles W. Hamilton 
54, 56 Irvingr street 

66— M. C R. R. 



41 Ivan M. Sonln 
45 Conrad A. Seiders 
Charles E. Nutter 
49 Almon F. Russell 
51 Nathan O. Reynolds 
53-55 Irvine street 

65— M. C. R. R. 



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SCHOOL STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 81 Salem to 242 Danforth. 



12 Jeremiah T. McCarthy 

Mrs. Margaret McSwigen 
14 Bond street 

18 Thomas Curran 

Alexander Brow 
20 Mrs. Catherine Daly 
22 Mrs. Katherine Clonln 
24 Thomas F. Cooney 

Mrs. Catherine P. Clonan 
26 Thomas Donahue 

Mrs. Margaret Donahue 



34 — Dau forth street 

SEVENTH STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Lexington avenue to Broadway. 

— Mrs. Katherine Adams 
— Broadway — Broadway 



1 


John J. Donahue 




Martin J. Gilmore 


3 


Mrs. Mary A. Crane 


5 


Patrick Flaherty 


7 


John J. Cannon 




George W. Huff 




Charles Huff 


9 


Gerald Ober 


13 


James A. Millet 


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Private, st 


25 


Dennis J. Corkrey 


27 


Charles J. Fairweather 


29 


James Rielly 


33- 


Danforth street 



SHEPLEY STREET. 

WARD 5. 
From 26 Casco to 87 Oak. 



10 Samuel T. Peck 



12 George F. Grant 

14 Harry R. Morton 

16 Miss Mary E. Pillsbury 

20 Mrs. Demareta J. Dutton 

26 — Oak street 



13 



25— 



Mrs. Lida G. Fisher 
Thomas Tucker 
John G. Turner 
R. Samuel Rand 
Erastus B. Delano 
Mrs. Hannah O. Hanson 
Sylvanus M. Libby 
Mrs. Nellie M. Chase 
Mrs. Frank D. Campbell 
Edgar C. Holmes 
Mrs. Etta L. Holmes 
The Fessenden Apartment; 
Fred E. Libby 
Miss Sarah A. Libby 
Oak street 



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WARD 1. 
From 62 St. Lawrence to 65 Waterville. 
1 Leslie M. Wilson 

Cornelius V. Rogers 
3 Harry E. Woodward 
Peter A. Foley Charles W. Whittier 

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From opposite 52 Adams to beyond 87 Walnut 
5 Mrs. Mary K. Ney 



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(rear) James Kelley 
Carey lane 

Gustave A. Nystrom 
Patrick F. Buckley 
Duncan McKeoug^h 
Emil E. Hybert 
Daniel Lax 
James C. Moran 
Michael J. McKeough 
David Beckelman 
Coleman Devine 
Joseph T. Sylvester 
Ralph S. Dunton 
Joseph Mitchell 
Cornelius A. Mannix 



Monument street 



John 
John 



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Corridon 



62, 64 Congress street 

74 Charles A. McDonald 
Michael Welch 

82-86 Cumberland avenue 

88 Mrs. Bridget Reardon 



92 Hugh P. Devine 
Frank E. Devine 

100 George W. Bowman 
Mrs. John Lynch 

104 John Davis 



110 Edward A. Flaherty 
112 James Hanley 

Joseph B. Roerers 
116 Mrs. Bridget Crane 

Mrs. Jane T. Lee 
122 Henry F. Little.iohn 

David H. McDonald 
134 Francis W. Gorrivan 



174 Marlon street 

188 Walnut street 

196 Mrs. Jessie M. Lamont 
Frank W. Blaisdell 



11 Michael M. Cook 

Mrs. Mary A. Connor 

John F. Kane 
13 Thomas J. Craven 

William J. Baker 

Charles Spruce 

21 Patrick A. Mahonev 

23 Michael H. Myers 
John A. Feeney 
Thomas W. Flaherty 
Thomas C. McCarthy 
John McCarthy 
Frank C. Dyer 
John E. Welch 
Daniel McGowan 
Frank Gimond 
Christian Jensen 
Oscar Johnson 
(rear) John A. Flint 
Edward P. Gorrivan 

41-43 Monument street 

49 William M. Lowell 

49A John .Shields 

Charles E. Lang 
Mrs. Sarah Connor 
John W. MoCallum 
Charles A. McBradv 

55 Patrick H. Flaherty 

5 7 Joseph A. McDonald 
Arthur J. Brymer 

65, 67 Congress street 

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105 

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James F. Gordon 
Mrs. Catherine Connolly 
Michael F. Swp^tiey 
87 Cumberland avenue 

John Mullins, jr. 
John Reidy 
Carl Stanwood 
Private stable 
Vacant 

William J. Kerrigan 
Thomas H. Scully 
Mrs. Margaret Logue 
Walter A. O'Brien 
Henry A. Sweeney 
John H. Tolan 
Fred C. Harding- 
Edward S. Huff 
Dennis A. Carey 
James H. Reidy 



Tames Chipman 

(rear) Chapman J. Lewis 
125-135 Mun.ioy Gravel Co. 
165 Mrs. Annie P. Siteman 
167 Vacant 
169 Fred W. Doughty 
171 Henry Rogers 
173 William E. Kennedy 

Beniamin F. Pellerin 
177 Arthur Willis 

Alonzo Nash 
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RIGHT SIDE. 



SHERMAN STREET. 

WARDS 5, 6. 



From 214 High to 31 Deening avenue. 



George H. Doughty 

Charles H. Foster 

Wendel Kirsch 

John J. Carroll 

Immanuel Lutheran rhurch 

Fred A. Blossom 

Alfred Johnson 

John D. Keefe 

Arthur R. Alexander 

Mrs. Janette B. Clark 

Frank I. Moore 

Walter G. Hay 

George Gwynn 

Franklin C Talbot 
40, 46 State street 

52 Anson M. Perley 
54 William O. Derrah 

Mrs. Gertrude A. McClutehy 
56 Mrs. Sarah E. LeGrow 

Charles W. Smith 
56 V*> Joseph B. Dang 
58 George W. Sylvester 

Charles W. LeGrow 

Charles W. Fenn 

Woodbury S. Curtis 

William C. Lambert 

Harry H. Hanson 

Charles M. Brooks 

Rev. John O'Dowd 

Church of Sacred Heart 



10 



22 



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62 
64 
66 

68 

SO 
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94, 98 



Mellen street 



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108 



112 



116 
120 
122 
124 
126 
130 
132 
136 
138 
140 

142 

146 

148 

150- 



William M. Wood 
Vernon H. Vaughn 
Richard Kennedy 
Fred E. Sanborn 
John Leighton 
Harold A. Putnam 
Harry A. Dolan 
Mrs. Clara B. Winslow 
Forest Eaton 
Louis A. Townsend 
William J. Dennis 
Herbert S. Gray 
William E. Plummer 
John D. Casey 
William E. Donovan 
John W. Springer 
Mrs. Albert N. Kelley 
Ralph E. Seabury 
Frank M. Burr owes 
Joseph H. Wish, jr 
John T. Nichols 
Mrs. Rose T. Needham 
Ferdinand E. Stevens 
Mrs Eleanor M. Davis 
Deerlnp avenue 



1 Wilmot P. Lord 

G. Hazen Waldron 
3 Leonard C. .Staples 

Frederick E. Roberts 
5 Frank E. Winship 
7 Mrs. Bertha M. Babb 

J. Oscar Skillin 
it Leonard D. Marshall 
11 Lee F. Corthell 
15 Miss Louise E. York 
17 Bernard L. Greely 
19 Dr. Samuel J. Bassford 
21 Orlando L. Edwards 
23 Everett G. Benner 
29 Mrs. Julia C. Rumery 

John M. Shaw 
31 Walter S. Smith 

Charles M. Billings 
39-45 State street 

r>5 Arthur C. Corev 

John P. Harvell 
57 David Pratt 
61 Sylvanus Bourne 



73 Mrs. Martha A. Harmon 
Charles A. Rainsborough 
- 5 Stephen E. Thompson 

93-97 Mellen street 

101 Francis J. Stubbs 
103 John E. Johnston 
105 Fred A. Drinkwater 

115 Eugene W. Meserve 
John R. Dillon 
Mrs. Lucy A. Nason 



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72 (rear) Harry W. Gifford 

78 William J. Lappen 

80 George M. Crowell 

82 Charles F. Moore 

84 Nathan Stewart 



Veranda street 



102, 104 

Mrs. Sarah D. Woy 



116 



RIGHT SIDE. 
SHERWOOD STREET — Continued. 

65 Andrew Gunders^n 
71 Loring Bryant 
77 L. W. Philbrook 
81 Robert Lucas 
87 Fred Lomas 

William Clark 
89 Paul Robinson 

John H. Washburn 
101, 103 Veranda street 

115 Charles A. Bruns 
Neils A. Bruns 



126 Mrs. Nellie S. Evans 



140 Mrs. Eleanor H. Pierce 
144 Mrs. Mary J. Mclntyre 
198 East Deering primary school 

208, 210 Presuiupseot street 

222 Harry C. Quimby 
224 Alfred H. Littlejohn 

Harry White 

Joseph E. Moore 
228 Soren C. Neilson 



imes H. Woodis, shooting gallery 
Fore street 



4-20 



Auditorium 
Armory 



22-26 

32 Vacant 

34 Vacant 

48— 



Milk street 



Middle street 



117 Vacant 
119 Vacant 
125 Herman W. Lunt 
Jeremiah M. Lunt 
129 Mrs. Elizabeth Ladner 

Herbert A. Hatch 
141 Myron M. Fairbrother 
197 Charles P. Graffam 
Frank Kincade 
(rear) Veko Jensen 
209, 211 Presumpscot street 

221 Mrs. Lillian Leighton 
225 Newell N. Hodgkins 
227 Milo R. Thacker 
Isaac L. Kirk 
Frank Huff 
SILVER STREET. 
WARD 3. 
From 139 Commercial to 152 Middle. 

Fore street 
1 George H. Powers, barber 
3 E. M. Lang Co., die works 
7 Stable 
11 A. Soule & Son, st 
15, 17 Storage 

19, 21 Salvation Army Industrial Home 
23 Milk street 

25 Charles P. Sawyer, st 
31 Emmons E. Bolo 
47 — Middle street 

SIXTH STREET. 
WARD 9. 
From Lexington avenue to Broadway. 

— Harry L. Sampson 

— Fred L. Tibbetts 
SMITH STREET. 

WARD 2. 
From 253 Congress to Back bay. 



12 Matthias H. Thomsen 

Harry E. Nixon 

Charles C. Wells 
14 Frank H. Sawyer 

Mrs. Nettie C. Jordan 

Samuel F. Ferris 
18 Mrs. Ada L. Longfellow 

Owen J. Flaherty 



20 Mrs. Abbie M. Webber 
Mrs. Amy G. Barnes 



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19 



21 



The Stanley 

Joseph H. Knight 

Clifford S. Winslow 

Francis M. Garden 

David Albert 

Lavater W. Sanborn 

Charles N. Knight 

Mrs. Margaret E. Sullivan 

Frank E. Dunn 

George O. Flaws 

William B. Frazier 

Mrs. Mary E. Fickett 

John E. Frates 

James C. Robinson 

Mrs. Annie Smith 

Frank O'Brion 

Mrs. Mahala M. Dingley 



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DEFT SIDE. 



22 Arthur D. Kidder 



RIGHT SIDE. 



SMITH STREET— Continued. 



Cumberland avenue 
32 Coleman J. Feeney 

Edmund J. Young 
36 John A. Rogers 

John J. Herbert 
38 Cornelius Harris 
42 John J. McKeown 

James F. Harris 
4 6 Clarence E. Small 

James Small 

(rear) Frank E. Haggett 



50 Carroll G. Watson 

Eugene A. Scott 
52 Mrs. Catherine Driscoll 

Ralph Anderson 



58 Robert J. Collins 

Lemuel H. Stover 
60 Oxford street 

64 Timothy F. Kerwin 

Martin F. Dugan 
66 Michael J. O'Day 

James McCrea 
68 Hans C. Kriby 

Frank Purcell 
70 Mrs. Rebecca H. Brackett 
74 George Hamilton 
76 Ore Seitzbere: 

Samuel Dulitzky 
78 William H. Rollinson 
80 Edmund H. Shaw 
86 Lancaster street 

94 Arthur H. Gallant 

John E. Hanson 
— Back bay 

SOMERSET 



Charles B. Sym 
25 Clement S. Johnson, groc 
Cumberland avenue 

Joseph Devine 
William T. Bradford, jr 
Eugene S. Jewett 
Norman L. Tuxbury 
(rear) William J. Malone 

Isaac Wattson 
Thomas Mulkern 
Thomas J. Silke 
David M. Mc.Pherson 
Herbert W. Dodge 
Raymond E. Ridley 
George F. Johnson 
George F. Kimball 
Horatio Farr 
George S. Meserve 
Patrick F. Bradley 
Herbert W. Legrow 
Thomas G. Ennis 
Sigurd I. Simonsen 
Lewis F. Downing 
Miss Mary E. Carroll 
Charles F. West 
Harry L. Burgess 

Oxford streel 
George Williams 
William H. Day 
Mrs. Adelia L. Tripp 
Horace W. Cole 
Walter A. Whitney 
Vacant 
James P. McCormick 

Lancaster street 
Fred R. Walker 
(rear) Mrs. Lydia F. Dyke 

Antonio Oddario 
Oscar Frappier 
Burton Graffam 
- — ■ Back bay 

STREET. 



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Prom 128 Wllmot to 151 Kennebec. 



20, 22 



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108, 
128, 
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110 
130 



Pearl street 

Chestnut street 
Cedar street 
Elm street 
Preble street 
Kennebec street 



127 
147 — 
SOUTH STREET. 

WARD 4. 



9 Gutterson & Gould, junk 
25-47 Vacant 

— B. & M. R. R. freight yard 
87, 89 Cedar street 

125 William A. Allen Co., planing 
Allen Drawer Slide Co., sh 
129 Preble street 



Kennebec street 



From 25 Pleasant to opposite 81 Free. 



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Charles M. Davis 
Joseph S. Thaxter 
Martin Joyce 
Thomas Duffy 
Otis L. Sudbay 
James J. Hopkins 
Martin J. Cofneld 
Mrs. Annie Costell 
Martin Dunlap 
Michael Norton 
Anthony Joyce 
Mrs. Mary Perrv 
Matthew J. Burke 



John Thornton 
John J. Deetgen 



Frank B. Underbill 
Coleman Geary 
John Murray 
Michael Curran 
Martin Lowery 
Mrs. Celia T. Cady 
Luke V. Whalen 
Hans J. Smith 
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RIGHT SIDE. 



SOUTH STREET — Continued. 



Martin Conley 
Edward G. Price 
(rear) Joseph E. Woods 

Miss Mary Gallagher 
Miss Mary M. McMahon 
Miss Margaret O'Neill 
Michael Fay 
John J. Gilmore 
Veteran Firemen's Association 

Spring; street 
Peter J. Quincannon 
Abram H. Chapman 
Joseph E. T. Connolly 
John T. Anderson 
Free street 



(rear) Mrs. Hannah Flaherty 

Jeremiah McCarthy 
Michael R. Fell 
Christian Jorgensen 
19% John A. Frates 
Mrs. Mary Grimes 
Arthur L. Frame 
Bruce KIrvan 
Mrs. Rosie Werner 
Burt Richards 

Spring: street 
The E. T. Burrowes Co., fac 
Maine Motor Carriage Co., auto- 
mobiles 

Free street 



19 



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SPRING STREET. 

WARDS 4, 5, 6, 7. 



From 84 Center 



4 Mrs. Bridget Conley 
James Coffey 
Matt Noonan 
6 John Conroy 

Philip Conroy 
8 Michael Flaherty 

Mrs. Bridget Flaherty 
10 Mrs. Ann O'Neill 
12, 22 The E. T. Burrowes Co., fac 



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60 

74 
78 

84 

86 

92 

94 

106 

116 

118 

120 
122 
124 
126 
130 
122 
134 
136 
144 



William A. Stanford 
Mrs. Emma Nelson 
South street 

Frank R. Holden 

William S. Colson 

William Allen 

Mrs. Charles Lewis 

J. Harold Lehan 

William E. Leighton 

Herman F. Grant 

Charles H. R. Sears 

Nelson D. Newton 

Elias T. Holbrook 

Portland Athletic Club 
Oak street 

Fred I. Albee 

Thompson Art Co. 

Fred C. Phelan 

Francis Wiggin 

Edward F. Tompson 

William B. Desmond 

Lorenzo P. Hawkins 
High street 

Miss Susan Harkin, bdg h 

Dr. Harriet M. Lewis, h and o 

Mrs. Achsa A. Lewis 

Mrs. Henry P. S. Goold 

William H. Stevens 

Mrs. Mae L. Macdonald 

Albert S. Woodman 

James E. Morgan 

Adam M. Lalng 

A. M. Laing & Son, gilders 
Park street 

Charles M. Emery 
148-150 Mrs. Clara B. French 
152 Frederick W. McKenney 
154 Bernard Shatz, tailor 
154^4 Michael Glynn 

156 Nester Wahlsten. shoe repairer 
Siaie Ntreet 



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51 



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1-25 The E. T. Burrowes Co 
S6uth street 
Henry Andren 
Henry F. McGee 
47 "The Elks" Apartment 
Allan D. McLean 
(rear) Vacant, st 
Franklin B. Gile 
James Tilley 
Edwin A. Springer 
55 Thomas J. Foster 

Michael Conroy 
57 Thomas J. Conroy 

Alexander Eagles 
65 The Bovd 
69 William C. Haggett 
71 Edith A. Newton 

Oak street 
75 Y. W. C. A., rms 
79-85 Maine 'School for the Deaf 
91 Annex to the School for the Deaf 
97 Charles C. Bickford 
103 Sweat Memorial 

High street 
Dr. Samuel B. Thombs, h and o 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Deering 
Charles H. Walker m 

Charles E. Mansfield ^ 

Spring: street place 
Mrs. Marzetta A. Snow 
Mrs. Clara E. Chandler 
Robinson Williams 
Dr. Charles Hutchinson 

Park street 
James W. Greely 
John W. Carter 
Mrs. Adelaide N. Moulton 
Henry A. Lappin 
Michael J. Lynch 
145A.Tohn J. Flanders 

Harry A. Dillingham 
147 Clifford Hillier 
147A William S. Ward 



121 
125 
127 



129 
131 
133 
135 

137 

139 
141 
143 
145 



149 
151 



155, 
179 



J. Frank Phillips 

Leroy S. Page 

Herbert H. Huntoon 

157 Steam Fire Engine No. 4 

State street 
Andrew Tempte 



179% Wilbur J. McKenzie 



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131 Woodford St. 

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RIGHT SIDE. 



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188 
194 
196 
200 



202 
204 
206 
208 
216 

220 

222 

226 
230 



Edward L. Foss 
Samuel H. Colesworthy, jr 
"Winter street 

Samuel A. Pierce 
Frank H. Pierce 
Cyrus E. Horelln 
Mrs. Mary Connors 
Charles Flynn 
Harry O. Noyes 
Charles E. Tenny 
Miss Adeline B. Loud 
John S. Morris 

Brackett street 
William H. Ohler 
William H. Ohler, jr. 
James McCorrison 
Peter J. Hollywood 
Henry J. Hammett 
Robert P. Jewett 
Mrs. Henry W. Anderson 
Charles A. Twigg 
Michael Malia 



232 William H. Fagan 

Edward A. Hodgdon 
Mrs. Jennie S. Bain 



Clark street 



240-244 Russell P. Swan, automobiles 

Portland Taxicab Co. 

William B. Thombs, automobiles 
246 Mrs. Elizabeth G. Goold 

Mrs. Isaac Hussey 
250 Mrs. Lizzie N. Williams 

Carroll E. Davis 
252 L. H. Nelson Co., paper goods 
254 Chester C. Snow 

Thomas A. Carey 
258 Philip R. Burrowes 

Gardiner L. Nelson 
260 May street 

262 Mrs. Anna M. Vickery 
268 Mrs. Josephine B. Kennard 

Chauncev W. Lombard 



27 2 Mrs. Mary H. Rowe 
276 John Cushing Merrill 



278 Josiah L. Marr 

282 Melville R. Berrv 

286 Milton B. Field 

292 Martin H. Hogan 

294 Vacant 

296 Mrs. Ella F. Nickerson 

304 Fred E. Rundlett 

306 Clinton W. Davis 

Emery street 



183 Mrs. William W. Stevens 
187 James E. Hewey 

Winter street 

197 Mrs. Margaret M. Lee 
199 George C. Cannell 
William W. Foss 
•Sylvane Shurtleff 
Albert R. Stubbs 
Mrs. Amanda C. R. Nesmith 

Brackett street 
Colcord & Washburn, drugs 
Mrs. Addie L. Peters 
Frederick F. Sears 
Mrs. Clara A. N. Eaton 
John H. Edwards 
Calvin I. Kimball 
Schwartz & Schwartz, tailors 
Charles S. Weaver 
Fred H. McDonald 
Vacant 

William C. Haggett, grocer 
Moses Abbott, barber 
Rufus D. Rogers 
(rear) Moses M. Gerrish 

Richard F. McNabb 
Mrs. Alonzo Bibber 
Walter V. Fiefield 
Frederick A. Taylor 
Edward E. Philbrook 
Charles E. Kelley, grocer 

Clark street 
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Conlon 
Samuel H. Pettengill 
Albert S. Marr 
Vacant 

Henry H. Ramsdell 
Charley Goon, laundry 
Edward Bourke, shoemaker 
George B. Coolbroth 
(rear) Mrs. Alice Dyer 
William Moses 
Dexter Linscott 
251 Ji^d L. Fernald, variety 
251ABertram T. Bourke 
255 Mrs. Jennie L.' Horr 

Edwin Coolbroth 
257 Arthur P. Strout 
Simon G. Estes 
Charles W. Strout 
Mrs. Helen R. Potter 
James H. Vickery, florist 
Mrs. Mary M. C. Rogers 
Mrs. Martha J. Palmer 
Hartwell H. Waldron 
Charles H. Bailey 
Mrs. Mary G. Fleming 
Walter W. Morse 
(rear) James F. Edrehi 
Mrs. Leila V. Bain 
Joseph E. Cole 
Daniel F. Nash 
Mrs. Harriet M. Bain 
Henry H. Geyer 
John H. Greenough 
George H. Libby 
Arthur P. Howard 
Mrs. Mary E. McGregor 
Wilson D. Clark 
George F. Morse 

O Emery street 



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209 

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326 
330 
332 
334 
338 
342 
356 
364 

366 
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384 
388 
392 
398 

400- 



LE'FT SIDE. 

SPRING 

Seymour W. Peregrine 



Thomas J. Murphy 
Leslie L. Mason 
Edgar R. Payson 
Edward S. Anderson 
Vacant 

Storer street 
James H. Dyer 
Charles Cook 
Mrs. Sidney W. Thaxter 
George C Frye 

Fletcher street 
Jonathan H. Fletcher 
Mrs. Margaret Bursley 
John W. D. Carter 
Mrs. Abbie A. Jones 
Thomas L. Talbot 
Miss Cora L. Leavitt 
Miss Lottie B. Stetson 

Vaughan street 

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RIGHT SIDE. 



STREET — Continued 

309 
311 
315 



Samuel H. Gilkey 
Edmund A. Ward 
Albert L. Burbank 
(rear) Hiram W. Warren 
Mrs. Angelia Millett 
Nelson J. Selleck 
Victor C. iStubbs 
Mrs. Elizabeth N. Webb 
Mrs. Eleanor S. Hay 
Henry W. Swasey 
Walter W. Sabin 
George C. Owen 

341, 343 Thomas street 

345 Vacant 

357 Mrs. Seth L. LarrabeeL--" 

365 Ammi Whitney 

369, 371 Neal street 

375 Robert F. Chapman 

Horace B. Wentworth 
George H. Fletcher 
Miss Sarah P. Swan 
John W. Dana 

Vaughan street 



317 
319 

321 
323 
327 
331 

335 



381 

383 
393 
395 
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WARD 5. 



From 127 Spring. 

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WARDS 6, 7. 
From 14 4 Brackett to 31 Thomas. 



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74 

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William H. Casey 
John Milan 
Richard J. King 
Mrs. Sarah G. L. McLellan 
Lewis P. Coolbroth 
Miss Carrie J. Dollof 
Mrs. Carrie M. Coffey 
Mrs. Leonora H. Webster 
Frank C. Beardsley 
George C Cobb 
Edward Duffey 
Elizabeth Powers 
Harry W. Lovejoy 

Clark street 
John A. Fay 
Edward Bourke 
, Walter E. G. Easier 
Mrs. Elvira S. Armsbey 
Mrs. Mary L. Libby 
Alvah C Piper 
Edward O. Baker 
Drusilla L. Baker 
Arthur M. Hanson 
David H. Drummond 
Melvin A. Holden 
Miss Ella S. Glysson 
Clement A. Edgecomb 
George A. Butman 
Thomas F. Lamb 
Joseph F. Neely 
Miss Sarah E. Ladd 
Clarence H. Waterman 
Sylvan B. Phillips 
William B. Hay 
Jonas Hammond 
Frank C. Allen 



5 William G. Crocker 
7 Sethley Hall 
9 Hiram McLong 
13 Mrs. Lucinda Libby 

(rear) Edward C Jackson 
15 Mrs. Clara A. Duroy 
17 Frank E. Morton 
19 Lemuel G. Milliken 

Harry C. Cook 
21 I. Newman Libby 
William H. Hiles 
25 Mrs. Eliza Scholes 
27 Clark street 

33 Alexander Drinnan 
Frank L. Bourke 

37 William F. Bartlett 

Alphonso Rollins 
29 Frank S. Pote 



43 Fred H. Littlefleld 
51 William P. Millay 
53 Miss Almira K. Hasty 
57 Percy F. Bailey 

Granville Staples 
59 Stephen D. Knight 

Seth C. Smith 
63 Samuel C. Gould 
65 Henry S. Bryant 

Miss Carrie B. Mulnix 
67 John S. Conley 
69 Ralph H. Corey 

William O. Thompson 
73 Charles A. Wade 
77 Mrs. Catherine Sullivan 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



235 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SII>E. 



SPRUCE STREET — Continued. 



94 
100 
104 
106 

108 



116- 



James A. Broe 

Emery street 

Frank N. Tucker 
James O. Dobson 
John M. Gooding 
Carl D. Moody 
Carroll M. Warren 
George B. Illsley 

Thomas street 



Henry W. Noyes 

Miss Mary A. Thompson 

Charles D. Alexander 

Frances E. Rafter 

Mrs. Mary E. Walsh 
91, 93 John M. Dunn & Co., grocers 
95 Emery street 



89 



115— 
STATE STREET. 

WARDS 5. 6. 



'homas street 



From 461 Commercial to 162 Portland. 



8 Martin Conley 
10, 12 B. & M. R. R. 

14 Frank Burke, shoe repairer 
York street 

22 John F. Curran 

24 Bertrand S. March 

26 John J. Silva 

28 Mrs. Alice T. McConville 

30 Mrs. Annie Desmond 

Mrs. Louise A. Wood 

T. Ernest Harmon 

John Hamel 

Fred B. Bosworth 

Robert MacArthur 

Arthur M. Pearson 

Francis Ferguson 

Mrs. Ida A. Alderson 

Neil W. Cox 
38 Morrill Allen 

Mrs. Robert B. Dunn 

Mrs. Estelle Beebe 
42 Miss Eliza A. Taylor 
44 William J. Stephenson 
46 Norman Black 

Mrs. T. D. Sullivan 
48 Mrs. Anna Reynolds 

Warren H. Chase 

Frank D. Turner 
52 Daniel H. Carrigan 

Ernest Miltimore 
54 Alphonso L. Gilkey 
58-64 Female Orphan Asylum 

Danforth street 
76-84 St. Dominic's church 
Gray street 

Mrs. .Nellie Hibbs 

James L. Rackleff 

Mrs. Hanno W. Gage 

Charles A. Kennard 

Percival B. Rolfe 

Mrs. George F. Thurston 

Harry R. Virgin 

Charles H. Randall 

Miss M. K. Longfellow 

Charles J. Bailey 

Spring: street 

Albert S. Young 

Mrs. W. F. Milliken 

Charles A. Plummer 

Mrs. Helen M. Shepley 

William L. Putnam 

Albert S. Rines 

(rear) Vacant 

Dr. Willis B. Moulton 

Frederick Storer 



7, 11 



II. * M. R. R. 



32 



36 



86 

88 

92 

94 

98 

106 

110 

112 

116 

118 

122 
142 
148 
156 
166 
172 

180 

182 



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York street 

21 Mrs. Ruth C. Jordan 

Daniel E. McCann 
27 James E. Coombs 

Charles W. Cross 
2 'J Arthur F. MacKeil 

Almon R. Spanieling 
31 Mrs. Abbie E. Lunt 

Mrs. Harriet C. Jose 
33 Mrs. Thankful O'Neil 
35 Frank E. LaDue 

George C. Wright 

Mrs. Georgia L. Perry 

51 The Churchill 

ft Danforth street 

65 Waynflete School 

69 Linwood L. Morrill 
Frederick A. Smith 

71 James T. State 

77 John M. Fox 

Mrs. Mary C. Fox 

79 Mrs. Marv E. Keazer 

81 William R. Webb 

83 Miss Sophia A. Dow 
Gray street 

S5 Michael C. Connellan 

87 Miss Frances Russell 

91 The Parkhurst 

93 G. Mortimer Barney 

97 William E. Craighill 

99 Frederick Hale 
103 Hugh J. Chisholm 
105 Everett Smith 
111 William H. Milliken 
117 George O. Packard 

Dr. Arthur S. Gilson. h and o 
Spring: street 
119 Miss Marion Stephenson 
121 George A. Cushman 
125 Herbert J. Brown 
131 James H. McMullan 
137-141 St. Luke's Cathedral 
143 Rev. Robert Codman 
153 Rev. Frank L. Vernon 
155-159 State Street church 
165 Mrs. Augusta M. Hunt 
169 Mrs. Lucia W. L. Barrett 
171 Charles S. Cook 
173-177 Hebert Sisters 
179 Mrs. Florence P. Locke 
181 Dr. Wm. L. Cousins, h and o 



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LE'FT SIDE. 



KIOHT SIDE. 



STATE STREET— Continued 



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192 



206 

208 
212 
21S 
222 
234 
236 
238 
240 
242 
24 4 



256 
260 

264 
272 
2 76 



2.80 
2S6 
294 



Pine street 

Dr. John F. Kelley dentist 
Louis D. Greenwood 
Dr. Henry Gilman, dentist 
William C. Sherburne 
William E. P. Fullam, artist 

Congress street 
Miss Edith Anderson 
Dr. William H. Bradford, h and o 
Charles McCarthy, jr. 
Richard C. Payson 

Deerfng street 
Mrs. Nellie L. Brazier 
Edward A. Shaw 
Neal D. Smith 
Arthur D. Hamblin 
Miss Mary A. Eastman 
L. Lester Woodbury 

Cumberland avenue 
Mrs. Tobias Lord 
Horace G. Parkman 
Lincoln G. Gurnett 

Sherman street 
Mrs. Charles F. Tobie 
John Howard Hill 
Georg"e E. Dow 
Leroy E. Dow 

Grant street 
Eben Swasey 
Edward E. James 
288 Tihe Windsor 
— Portland street 



185- 

201 

203 

207 

209 

211 

235 
243 

257 

261 

263 
265 
273 



279 
2S7 

289 

291 
293 
295- 



191 Congress street 

Philip Q. Loring- 

Vacant 

Mrs. Lyman A. Bachelder 

Miss Olive C Young 

Dr. J. F. Thompson, h and o 

Deering street 
Roswell F. Doten 
Rev. Rudolph Schuett 

Cumberland avenue 
Mrs. Carolyn B. Howison 
Andrew B. Chase 
Herbert W. Rich 

O Sherman street 
Edgar K. Wilson 
Benjamin F. Haskell 
Walter H. Brown 
Lendall W. Osgood 

Grant street 
Freeman M. Grant 
William M. Hoffses 
Charles P. Hatch 
Clarence G. Davenport 
Henry K. Meriweather 
George A. Mercier 
Lester A. Mercier 
- Portland street 



Harry L. Stephens 
Cleon B. Record 
Joseph Duggan 
Miss Ella J. Warren 
Robert Coyle 
Patrick H. Joyce 
Peter V. McCue 
John H. Conway 



STETSON'S PLACE. 

WARD 6. 
From 40 Park. 

7 Mrs. Judith G. 



Elwell 



11 Halbirton A. Bryant 
James B. Lunt 
Perley W. Hunt 

15 Colin C. Jeans 

Alexander M. McCoy 



EVENS AVENUE. 

WARDS 8, 9. 



From 1373 Congress to 
S Fred W. Sawyer 
42 Eugene B. Butler 

Erwin Fitts 
88 Edward C. OBrion 
106 Frost street 

108, 110 Caplslc street 

148, 150 June street 

174 Rocco Carlo 
192 Stewart D. Worster 

Worster & Wilson, contractors 
234-238 Brighton avenue 

302 New Jerusalem church 
310, 312 Montrose avenue 

314 William B. Johnson 
326 Frank A. Rumery 

332, 334 Woodford street 

338 Parker J. Page 

354 William R. Foss 

356 Dennis J. Murphy 



H7o Forest avenue. 
47 Ernes* E. Gamage 
Malcolm S. Winslow 
Grover C. Hanson 
61 Gilbert P. Harmon 

Miss Abbie C Tibbetts 
93 Mrs. Alice C. Curtis 
113 William E. Watson 
129 Arthur S. Milliken 
209 John E. Baker 
211 213 Ivy street 

217 Frank Lorello mason 
231-235 Brighton avenue 

285, 287 Belknap street 



Albert Flower 
James E. Smith 
Harry A. Warner 
Mrs. Mary E. Emerson 
Sharles M. French 

305-307 Raekleff street 

313 John F. Grant 



293 
299 



301 



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Glasses Made and Repaired 



Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11.000 CIRCULATION 

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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



237 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



STEVENS AVENUE — Continued. 



414 
432 
434, 
454 
456 
4 66 

474 
476 

478 
480 

488 
494 
500 

502 
504 
510 
520 
524 
526 
528 

542 

550 
552 
554 



560 
580, 
596 
612 



628 

642 
652 

672, 
686 
688 
696 

706 

712 
716 
732, 
740 
746 

750 

756 

764 
766 

772- 

788 

790 

798 

S04 

S06- 



Leonard Perry, snoe repairer 
Leland school 
, 436 Concord street 

Longfellow school 

Pleasant avenue 

Central Square Baptist church 
Brentwood street 

Frank L. Winship, drugs 

Hoegg hall 

Mrs. Mary Emerson 

Elmer F. Ridlon, grocer 

Freeman K. Lamb, barber 

(rear) George L. Legrow, tailor 

Joseph H. Hutchins 

William H. McDonald 

Goddard's Greenhouse 

(rear) Lewis C Goddard 

Patrick Kane 

Vacant 

Lewis C. Lackee 

Deering High school 

Almon S. Gustin 

Miss Alberta A. Stevens 

Frank H. Plummer 

Crosby street 

Fred A. Nickerson 

John L. Best 

Vacant 

Arthur F. Berry 

Mrs. Mary A. Best 

(rear) Charles D. Rice 
New Street 
582 Evergreen Cemetery entrance 

Thomas Murphy 

George B. Stevens 

(rear) Joseph E. Sawyer 
John J. Deakin 

Eben Waldron 
Laura E. Sampson 

Thomas .N. McCann 
J. Elliott Smith 

674 Evergreen Cemetery, entrance 
Leroy A. Bisbee 
William L. Bennett 
Thompson A. Potter 
Rev. Harrison S. Whitman 
Harry S. Ballard 
Oscar H. Perry 
All Souls' church 
730 Westbrook Seminary 
734 College street 

William W Roberts 
Howard O. Merrill 
George W. I. Stevens 
Angus N. Paterson 
Mrs. Sarah E. Fielding 
James W. C. Roberts 
Theodore S. Moses 
Alvah C. Joy 
Mrs. Mary Louise Joy 
778 P. R. R. Co., car house 
Rev. Herbert L. McCann 
Free Cong, church 
Edward E. Colby 
George F. Alden 
808 Mrs. Mollv Morin 
Arthur H. Hawlett 
Cyrenus S. Trowbridge 
Odel A. Wilson 



357 
361 



365 
367 



313 Ervin W. Grant 
317 William F. Little 
321 Frank L. Winship 
329-333 Highland square 

335 Woodford street 

349 Wilbur C. Jordan 
353 Frederick King 

Mrs. Rachael A. Hobbs 
Higrgins atreet 

James E. Lennon 

Fred H. M. Witham 

Fred K. Owen 

Charles W. Waterman 
381, 383 Orkney street 

385 Connor & Ward, grocers 
397 Vacant 
399 Frank H. Forbes 
401 Eugene E. Cutler 
405, 407 Trcmont street 

411 William N. Howe 
427, 429 Coneord street 

453, 455 Pleasant avenue 

467 Daniel B. Smith 
469 Dr. Ralph F. Goodhue. I 
471 Judson B. Bryant, real 
473 Frank H. Freese, grocer 

Lewis Graves 

Harley J. Gilman 

Mrs. Mary A. Hoegg 
4 81, 483 Clinton street 

493 Harry M. Berry 

Frederic W. Fogg 
503 Hartley street 

Isaac H. Johnson 

Nason Brown 

Henry I. Nesmith 

Charles W. Starbird 



i and i 
estate 



475 
479 



499 
501, 
511 

515 
519 



523-525 



Baxter street 



5 27 Albert H. Small 
535 Dr. Ada O. Fogg 
565 (rear) Chauncey D. Mason 
605 St. Joseph's Convent 
St. Joseph's Academy 
647-649 Walton street 



653 
659 

675 

697 
701 
703 



705 
713 

721 
725- 
735 
743 

751 

753- 
761 

763 

765 
771 



George W. Leighton & Co., gran- 
ite construction 
Herbert Carmichael 
Jerry Hayes 
Cyrus M. Benson 
St. Joseph Rectory 

Elmwood street 
Frank D. Roberts 
Dr. William C. Whitmore 
Mrs. Margaret Kierstead 
William L. Minot 
Hiram A. Babbitt 
Dr. Harry S. Emery, h and o 
r 27 Waverly street 

Horace O'Brien 
Miss Caroline M. Goodrich 
Mrs. Harriette G. Loring 
George F. Seal 
C. Oscar Moses 
"55 Poland street 

Mrs. Mary T. Bell, florist 
Silas E. Strout 
Miss Mary Connery 
John J. Connery 
William W. Blake 



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STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 




LEFT SIDE. 






RIGHT SIDE. 




STEVENS 


AVENUE — Continued. 


806- 


808 Lester Willard 




773 


Mrs. Alice J. Houghton 


812 


Harry W. Monson 




783 


A. True Moses 


814 


George A. Spear 




785 


John J. Noonan 




(rear) Hodgdon's Express 




789 


William B. Barnett 


820 


George C. Roberts 




791- 


793 Arbor street 


824 


Ichabod M. Leighton 




797 


John C. Murphy 


826 


Charles H. Wight 






Alphonse Dumont 


832 


Dr. Frank H. Gardner, h and 


o 801 


Walter L. Smith 


838 


Perley Grant 

Mrs. Jessie F. Chick 




805 


Miss Elizabeth L. Shirley 
Thomas H. Bustin 


844 


Mrs. Amelia C. Boothby 




807 


Edwin E. Morse 




Mrs. Annie J. Curran 




809 


Vacant 




Rufus I. Stoddard 




815 


Edwin H. Hartshorn 


846 


Fred W. Fitch 






Mrs. Sarah B. Sinnett 


848, 


850 Bishop street 




821 


Mrs. Elizabeth Hodgdon 


852 


Vacant 




835 


Robert E. Timmons 


860- 


- Forest avenue 




841- 


— Forest avenue 



2 Alexander H. Crandall 
Mrs. Mary McPhee 



Matthew Foley 
Martin Coyne 
Patrick Martin 
Peter Wade 
John McDonough 
Thomas Flaherty 
Patrick Flaherty 



STEVENS COURT. 

WARD 3. 
From 43 WdLmot. 



STEVENS PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 29 Park. 

1 Patrick Malloy 



Michael Duffy 
Bartley Costello 



Patrick McDonough 
Bartley J. Connolly 



ST. GEORGE STREET. 

WARDS 7, 8. 
From 211 Brighton avenue to Longfellow. 
20 Mrs. Mary C. Lisk 
28 Erlon Dimock 
Harold D. Eaton 
Fred S. Roberts 
32 Abraham H. Rudman 
— Longfellow street — 

ST. JOHN STREET 



Longfellow street 



WARD 7. 
From 495 Danforth to 182 Brighton avenue. 

93-109 P. R. R. Co., shops 
117-129 P. R. R. Co., car house 
143 Charles P. Holmes 



158 Norman W. Pettes 
Harley W. Knox 
Mrs. Ella P. Foye 

162 Vacant 



178 



David R. Wark 
Mrs. Emily Gresley 



147 

155 
157 

161 

165 
167 
169 
173 
175 

177 



John Bellefontaine 

Walter H. Kimball 

Mrs. Ella P. Foye, confectionery 

Raymond C. Messer 

Harry M. Braley 

John Morrill 

Merton C. Leonard 

Charles H. Coughlin 

Richard McSweeney 

Thomas J. Johnson 

Michael M. J. Hanrahan 

John H. Rumerv 

Hugh J. McMann 

Levi B. Latham 

Frank E. Roberts 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



239 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



ST. JOHN STREET — Continued. 



177 







181 


194 


George A. Norton 


189 


222 


David S. Clark 




224 


Mrs. Dudley H. Leavltt 


209 


226 


Amos J. Pray 


213 


230- 


232 M. C. R. R. offices 


215 


23S 


M. C. R. R. offices 


229 

233 
237 
239 
243 


242- 


296 Union Station 


245 
249 

253 
261 
269 
271 






277 

279 

281 

283 
285 




• 


287 
289 




Congress street 


301 


350 


Richard S. MacWilliams, black- 


301 




smith 


303 




Herbert C. Harrison, church organ 


303 




builder 


305 




Portland street 


307 


364 


Vacant 


309 


380 


Hans P. Blom 


311 


382 


Prank E. Brown 


313 




Frank E. Doten 


315 


384 


Stephen E. Doten 




392 


Alonzo F. Harmon 
Merrill S. Jordan 


367 


396 


Frank E. Robinson 


369 


408 


Hiram E. Thorndike 


371 


412 


William F. Gray 


385 


416 


Freeman C. Blake 


389 


420 


Herbert B. F. Siddons 




424 


Joseph E. Davis 


391 


428 


Edward J. Harmon 




432 


Edward C. Flint 


395 


436 


Miss Elizabeth B. Aageson 


399 




Charles F. Jose 


403 


438 


George D. Brown 




440 


William S. McGeoch 


407 


442 


Wesley C. Wyer 




444 


Fred T. Googins 


411 




Joseph H. Blanchard 


417 


448 


Frank B. W. Welch 


423 




Percy B. Moore 


427 


460 


Jere E. Martin 


435 




Mrs. Annie B. Moody 


439 


464 


Oliver F. Varney 


443 
451 


472 


Dana L. Brackett 


4*53 


4 7C 


Freeman H. Dearborn 




John IT. McKinery 





(rear) Henry E. Brosseau, jr 

John A. Rhedin 

William E. Harmon 

James A. Clark 
Clarence H. Houghton 
George Miller 

D street 
William C. Stevens 
Mrs. Isabel Hutcnlnson 
Herbert W. Hutchinson 
Mrs. Susan Burke 
Miss Sadie Malloy 

C street 
Charles F. Bolton 
Mrs. Ada M. Danforth 
Charles W. Coombs 
Vacant 

George F. Williams 
Ernest C. Gerry 
Harry Tripp 
Miss Alice F. Merrill 
Mrs. Albion H. Moulton 

A street 
George W. Billings 
(rear) George M. Handlon 

Chisholm Bros., storage 
Corporation Trust Co. 
Chisholm Bros, news agents 
George H. York, custom .tailor 
Philip E. Fitzgerald, barber 
, 295 West End Hotel 

Congress street 
George W. Burgess, barber 
A Jacob B. Schlosberg, shoe repairei 

Charlie Goon, laundry 
A Edward E. Bean 

T. Wilbur Ferris, fish dealer 
iS. Rosenberg, fruit 
West End Station, P. O. 
Calitus Richardson, tailor 
William L. Valentine, barber 
Golden Cross Hall 

O Portland street 
Richard K. French 
Fred H. Libby 
Fred H. Libby grocer 
-375 Washburn avenue 

George O. Stetson 
James J. McGrath 
Charles A. Manchester 
John F. McWilliams 
Moses S. Burbank 
George B. R. McLaughlin 
Will L. Skillings 
Royal Boston 
Charles H. Hobson jr 
Willard S. Hobson 
Edward R. Howard 
John H. Mountfort 

Granite street 
Charles A. Skillings 
William Heiber 
Franklin A. Merrill 
Newell E. Thompson 
Charles M. Mower 
George E. Patterson 
Harry S. M. McCarthy 
Chesley E. Scott 
George F. Huston 



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LEFT SIDE. 



JOHN 



480 
486 
492 



Lewis P. Knight 
Frank C. Thurston 
Winslow B. Rowe 
John L. McNeill 
George W. Mills 

Brighton avenue 



STREET 

463 



485 



RIGHT SIDE. 
-Continued 
George O. Durgin 
George E. Durgin 

Durham street 
Thomas M. Riley 
Frank H. Eaton 

Brighton avenue 



2 Alden T. Stubbs 
Mrs. Clara E. Davis 



ST. LAWRENCE PLACE. 

WARD 1. 
From 51 St. Lawrence. 

1 John G. Donaldson 
3 Alexander G. Desilets 
Peter Goodreau 

ST. LAWRENCE STREET. 

WARD 1. 

From 15 Fore to 116 Congress. 





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John C. Wallace 


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Mrs. Mary E. Varney 


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Mrs. Anna M. Johnson 


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Charles E. Owen 


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John C. Jaques 


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12 


Mrs. Kate E. Hession 


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111 




Albert Werner 




16 


James M. Sullivan 




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Harry E. Hinds 







20 


Ernest M. Wiley 




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Mrs. Herman Achorn 




24 


Elmer E. Burbank 








Peter Johnson 






28 


Mrs. Emma Cabana 
Patrick J. Reilly 






32 


Arthur L. Wood 

(rear) Harry L. Milliken 






36 


Charles E. Weeks 






40 


Charles W. T. Goding, grocer 






42 


Davis E. Goding 






44 


Charles F. Mountfort & Co., , 
cers 






46 


Charles F. Mountfort 
Gilbert lane 






50 


Charles W. T. Goding 
(rear) Private stable 






52 


Winfield Trefethen 






56 


Charles F. Guptill 






60 


Simon Krinsky 


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62 


Simon Krinsky, dry goods 






64 


Sherbrooke street 



72 Fred W. Sergeant 
74 Albert A. Austin 
George W. Keeble 



Moumnent strce* 

86 Alvah C. Piper, grocer 
90 Oliver F. Cole 
92 Mrs. Alida C. Berry 
94 Isaac Webber 
96 Otto H. Lange 
106 — Congress street 



WATKINS 



1 


John A. Sinclair 


9 


John H. Sylvester 




Patrick H. Malia 




(rear) Alton B. Clough 


23 


William E. Holden 


27 


Ephraim F. Townsend 


29 


Andrew M. Heseltine 




Gilbert A. Johnston 




William H. Rooke 




Arthur O. Downes 


33 


Alfred C. Frost 




Isaac M. Gerber 


35 


Charles T. O'Malley 




Frank W. McGowan 


37 


George W. Barbour 




J. Delbert Dyer 


13 


Harmon C. Crocker 




S. Frederick French 




Gilbert lane 


47 


Mrs. Sarah E. Brackett 


ro- 


Elton J. Brackett 


49 


.lohn Wallace 




Charles H. Warren 




St- Lawrence place 


55 


Howard E. Thompson 




Mrs. Grace Farnsworth 


57 


Frank H. Simonton 


59 


Henry M. Smith 


59A Harry Dalton 


61 


Joseph Brener 


61 A William C. Dow 




Harry Ingersoll 


63 


George F. Griffen 


65 


Henry S. Wagner 


67 


Joseph A. DeGagne 


69 


William E. Capen 


71 


Ora A. Small 


73 


Mads M. Nansen 




Clifford F. Nansen 


77 


William H. Wescott 




Dixon B. Wescott 


S3 


Miss Hat tie S. Whitney 




Mrs. Rosa A. Whitney 




Monument street 


S7 


John E. Feeney 


S9 


Hatch Bros., boots and shoes 


91 


William A. Hatch 




Mrs. Ellen M. Santn 


95 


Clarence E. Merrill 


. 99 


Vacant 


105- 


Congress street 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest Ave. 



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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

STONE STREET. 

WARD 4. 

From opposite 262 Cumberland avenue to 138 Lancaster. 
Fred W. Hooper 
Frank E. Durgin 
J. Arthur Hanson 
Daniel Moynihan 
Orvila P. Masse 
John P. Berry 

Arthur M. Melville 1 1 

Samuel B. Carr 

Newton J. Johnston 13 

John J. O'Malley 
Mrs. Martha W. Curtis 
Henry G. Schilling 
Mrs. Lottie E. McCue 
Wilford N. Goodnow 
Lrank T. Spear 

Oxford street 
Harry H. Robbins 
John E. O'Hara 

John B. Johnson 35 

Wilford Kingston 39 

James A. Hoage 41 

Mrs. Mary C. Weeks 
Philip H. Jewett 
George F. Wormwood 
James McLeod 
Daniel P. McKenney 

Merrill court 
John A. Gillis 
Albert T. Ashton 
Mrs. Isabelle M. Auspland 
William B. Curtis 
Amos W. Whitlock 
George A. Fearebay 

LuncnNter street 55- 



Charles F. Curtis 
William A. Miller 
William C. West 



O Oxford street 

Robert Copeland 
Mrs. Agnes A. Moran 
Fred A. Jackson 



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STORER STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 323 Danforth to 338 Spring. 
Clinton L. Baxter 19 Grayhurst Park 

Edward D. Noyes 25 Rev. Raymond Calkins 

27 J. Alcide Smith 
Spring street 37 — Spring street 

SUMMER STREET. 

WARDS 6, 7. 
From 32 Brackett to 59 West Commercial. 



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John F. Newman 




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Timothy Hopkins 




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Daniel Lyden 




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Edward Cash 






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Michael King 




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(rear) Georere Hanrahan 


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Patrick J. Flynn 






Daniel Richard 




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Michael Ridge 




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Matthew O'Donnell 


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John Coyne 






Charles Baker 


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Lawrence McGinnis 


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Patrick F. McHugh 






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Melvin W. Herrick 




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Patrick McArdle 




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William Royles 






Matthew O'Brien 


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Daniel J. Feeney 

Bernard T. McGuire, boot and shoe 
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LEFT SIDE. RIGHT SIDE. 

SUMMER STREET — Continued. 

39 Peter J. Scanlan 
41 Michael Dabrawalski 
Warren Woods 
(rear) Lawrence O'Connor 
43 William H. Maley 
Thomas Welch 
(rear) Patrick McNulty 
45 Timothy J. Reagan 
49 Michlot Brturs 
51 Michael Yankowski 
William Yarusewich 
(rear) Joseph Kamilewecz 
Steven Rymsza 
53 Mrs. Bridget Maley 
57 Patrick E. Hinds 
Coleman Conley 
Antony Gazukewez 
B. «fc M. Railroad 67-85 B. & M. Railroad 

West Commercial .street 97 — "West Commercial street 

SUMMIT STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 654 Allen avenue to 2061 Washington avenue. 
William S. Brooks 5 William F. Shaw 

Albert S. Dresser 7 Joseph P. Linsky 

John A. Folwartschny 39 Carl Garsoe, mason 

Harry P. Lowell 43 Preben J. Garsoe 

Harvey C. Farr 115 Ernest Dodge 

Harold C. Garsoe 133 George J. Mackay 

(rear) William F. Babb 
Summit Street school 165 Willard E. Cobb 

175 James F. Cobb 
195 Charles H. Carter, milk 
Mrs. Jennie M. Grush 
Auburn street Mrs. Henrietta W. Carter 

222 John W. Guptill O Auburn street 

Lambert street O Lambert street 

— Washington avenue — Washington avenue 

SUMNER COURT. 

WARD 1. 

From 30 North. 

1 Joseph Gonyon 3 Vacant 

Fred N. Craig 5 Howard W. Milliken 

7 James R. McKay 

SURRENDER STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Rochester to 84 Bedford. 

— Eugene F. Sawyer 

— Ravmond D. Fickett 

— Luther P. Vaill 

— Story H. Ross 

— Charles D. Fullerton 

— Frank H. Merrill 

— "* Bedford street — Bedford street 

TATE STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 219 York to 172 Danforth. 
4 Joseph Lane 7 Malachi Craven 

David A. Thorne Martin Conroy 

Peter Kane 9 Tihomas J. Curran 

10 Patrick O'Donnell Patrick H. ConnoTley 

Martin Concannon 11 William T. Riley 



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RIGHT SIDE. 
Continued. 
Mrs. Kate Wallace 
Mrs. Annie Curran 
Daniel Clancy 
James E. McCrink 
Thomas J. Cawfleld 
Ellas Thomas, storage 
John Talbot 
Peter Larsen 
Elias Thomas, st 
Enoch G. Curry- 
Mrs. Margaret Wren 
Martin Welch 
William McGonigle 
Miss Emma F. Ross 
Mrs. Jane Beaird 
Joseph M. Cushman 
Thomas E. Talbot 

Danforth street 





L.EKFT SIDE. 






TATE 


STREET— 


12 


Michael N. A. Sweetman 


11 




James J. Graney 


13 


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John F. Leonard 






Mrs. Elizabeth Donahue 


15 


16 


James Maloney 






Anthony Martell 


17 




William J. Wilbur 


21 


20 


Mrs. Charlotte Oliver 
Frank Boyle 


25 


22 


Mrs. Katie Bowman 


29 


24 


Michael A. Malia 






Mrs. Mary Sullivan 


31 


28 


Mrs. Catherine Kearns 


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William S. Grimmer 

Mrs. Marah E. Brown 

Henry McCormick 

Clifton M. Fogg 

Mrs. Catherine Sears 

Vacant 

Mrs. Catherine M. O'Brien 

Vacant 

Edwin D. Lehan 

William E. Dunham 

John L. Barker 

Frank M. Brown 

Ansel C. Tucker 

Charles F. Porter 

Emery street 



TAYLOR STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 20 May to 67 Emery. 

3 Mrs. Fannie Pike 
5 Frederick M. Gibson 

Mrs. Margaret E. Plumme 
7 (rear) Moses Abbott 



29 Walter S. Beckett 
Mrs. Jessie D. Dean 

31 Clement V. FIckett 
Arthur L. Jordan 

35 Miss Ida H. Jenkins 
Charles A. Davis 

43 — Emery street 



TEMPLE STREET. 



WARD 4. 



From 207 Middle 



S A. Ulmer Cutlery Co. 
10 Fred L. Martin, toys, etc 
12 Hogan Bros., clothing 
16 Wrn. W. Roberts Co.. stationery 
18 The Astor Cafe 
20, 22 Hotel Temple 

26-38 Globe iSteam Laundry, o and 
works 

O Federal street 

48 Bryson & Welch, printers 

50 Chin Guey, laundry 

52 Albert Dirwanger, florist 

52A Charles F. Carr, tailor 

54 Miss Alice Merrill, rsnt 

56 LaMode Shoe Polishing Parlors 

— Congress street 



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to 424 Congress. 
1 Coe, the Hatter 
3 T. B. Davis Arms 
goods 

William Henry Soule, gunsmith 
5 Printwell Printing Co. 
7 Vacant 

9 Portland Gas Light Co., o 
11 Portland Gas Light Co., applianc 

store 
13 William H. Lowery, rsnt 
15 Eureka Steam Laundry 

Portland Typewriter Exchange 
15M>-23 New Adams House 
25 Daniel Schwey, tailor 
27 Rov B. Carpenter, barber 
29,31 Michael T. Mulhall 

painter 
33 George B. Oliver, rsnt 

Federal street 
51 H. H. Hatch, umbrella mnfr 
Charles E. Downs, watchmaker 
The Congress Theatre 

Congress street 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE 



THOMAS STREET. 



From 345 

Arthur P. Champlin 
14 Clifford street 



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20 Edward P. Staples 



30 Williston church parish house 
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Carroll street 



56 Frank W. Woodman 
58 Loren D. Austin 
62 Mrs. Ann L. Steadman 
64 Mrs. Sarah E. Trickey 
70 James F. Bigelow 

Miss Caroline Gerrish 
78 — Pine street 



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5 Harry Butler 


15 


William Serrter 


17 


Mrs. Mary J. Swett 


19 


Frederick B. Frost 


21 


Miss Ella Sanford 


25 


Mrs. Anna A. True 


27 


Henry A. Kelley 


31 


Spruce street 


35 


Walter B. Parker 


41 


Mrs. Hiram M. Cox 


45 


George M. Seiders 


47 


Vacant 


51 


George H. Owen 


53 


Charles S. Webster 




Walter M. Lovejoy 


55 


Frank N. Strout 


65 


Mrs. Justina Rea Worcester 




Perfection Specialty Co. 


69 


Thomas I. Jordan 


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— Pine street 



THORNTON STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From south to opposite 265 Brighton avenue. 

47 Andrew O. Utterstrom 

Wells Rogers 
49 Roscoe H. Kneeland 
Charles E. Lombard 
Brighton avenue • — - Brighton avenue 

TOLMAN PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 543 Congress. 



6 Tolman Hotel 



Mrs. 'Sarah J. Dennett 
Mrs. Clara A. Wood 
Vst Charles P. Ilsley 
Henrv Moxcev 



TORREY STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From opposite 311 Ocean avenue to B. & M. R. R. 
William H. Swan 
Orris S. Maloney 

B. «fc M. R. R. — 



B. & >f. R. R. 



TREMONT STREET. 



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WARD 8. 
From 66 Lawn avenue to 411 Stevens avenue. 

George D. Pratt 







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Charles R. Flood 
Edward P. Sanborn 
Carl A. Weber 
William A. Pratt 
Fred E. Smith 
Albert L. Skinner 
Mrs. Emma I. Noyes 

Stevens avenue 



11 George H. Hodgkins 

13 Charles E. Gurney 

17 Mrs. Alice M. Marshall 

21 A. Tihurlow Bartlett 

23 Mrs. M. M. Dennison 

27 Harry H. Oolesworthy 

33 Ellery P. Blanchard 

37 William E. Perkins 

4 3 Mrs. Emma F. Mosman 
1 — Stevens avenue 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDI- 



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TROWBRIDGE PLACE. 

WARD 7. 
From 287 Brackett. 



Mrs. Lucy A. McKenney 

Paul M. White 

Mrs. Caroline Laughton 

Davis Jack 

(rear) Vacant 

John H. Coyne 

John R. Spaulding 

Arthur Corey 

Mrs. Mary McGinn 



Albert S. Witham 
Bartley Riley 

Mrs. Lillian D. Worthen 
John J. Dolan 
Charles E. Nelson • 



From 100 



TRIE STREET. 

WARD 9. 
Presumpseot to 

1 



681 Ocean avenue. 

William A. Spencer 

William W. Wing 

3 Eugene D. Ellinwood 

13 Andrew T. True 

41 True Bros. & Humphrey carpenter 
Frank E. True 
Ocean avenue — Oeean avenue 

TURNER STREET. 
WARD 1. 
From 232 Eastern promenade to 35 Merrill. 
Proposed street 



18 Morning street 

Frederick F. G. Hellier 
Alvarado B. Carter 
Fred Sharp 

(rear) Christian Chrlstensen 
Henry M. Littlefield, fish 
Maurice F. Bragdon 
36 Emerson street 

Michael D. Cavanaugh 
Edward H. Nolan 
Guy W. Thompson 
William H. Mason 
Willis B. Crockett 
Harold R. Carleton 
Frank Q. Twitchell 
Thomas H. Mitchell 

Howard street 
Elmer W. Chambers 
John A. Divney 
Howard C. Sturgis 
Clarence A. Turner 
Jorgen C. Jorgensen 

Merrill street 



Charles M. White 



35 



Emerson street 



41 Joseph H. Thorndike 



Howard street 



Frank L. Herbert 
Christian Larsen 
William E. Stack 

Merrill street 



TYING STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 487 Commercial to 158 Danforth. 



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Mrs. Ellen Connolly 
(rear) Sidney A. Shaw 

Mrs. Margaret O'Neil 

Ynrlc strrel 

Michael M. Dee 
John Foley 
George M. Rich 
Mrs. Mary O'Connell 
Thomas Conley 
James Lyden 
John H. MeDonough 



17 Mrs. Catherine Burr 
Calvin E. Shain 
Bartholomew Conley 
Michael R. Keough 

23 York street 

25 Thomas Ball 

Ole A. Anderson 
■Severt Peterson 

29 Severt Peterson, sh 

33 James W. O'Donnell 
James E. Cleary 
William .7. McLaughlin 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



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Patrick Qulnn 
William C. Chick 
John Donahue 
Patrick Costello 
Elias Thomas, sh 
James A. Murphy 
Lora H. Collins 
John W. Blair 
Fred W. Brice* 
Patrick C. Nugent 
Timothy Ahern 
John W. Leathe 
Mrs. Margaret Craven 
Patrick E. Cady 
Vacant 

Dauforth street 



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43 

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UNION STREET 
WARD 4. 



James P. Murphy 
Edward R. Clark 
J. B. Clark & Sons, sand 
Clark court 

Miss C. J. Curlin 
Mrs. Jane McLaughlin 
(rear) Eli Crossman 
William J. DeWolfe 
Thomas W. Wiley 
Miss Annie McCrink 
Michael Quincannon 
Fred Stuart 
Frank L. Copp 
Mrs. Susan J. Smith 
Thomas E. Gill 

Dan forth street 



From 237 Commercial to 222 Middle. 



Passage way 

12 Schonland Bros, sausage mfrs 
R. O. Conant Co., garage 
James B. Whitten, blacksmith 

Fore street 
Daniel Schwey 
Jacob Lindenburg 
Benjamin F. Harmon 
Edward W. Fullerton, horseshoer 
William H. Howard, painter 
W. B. McCausland, carpenter 
James I. Barbour, pattern mkr 
Otto H. Lange, upholsterer 
42 Portland Paper Box Co., sh 
54 C. M. & H. T. Plummer, plumb- 
ers' supplies 
Arthur B. Fels, heating and ven- 
tilating 
O. P. Peterson Co., plating works 
Benjamin F. Foss, hinges 
John M. Fox & Co., electrical sup- 
plies 
The Smith & Abbott Co., plumbers' 

supplies 
Bohemian Club, rms 
74 The Smith & Abbott Co., 

plumbers' supplies 
78 William W. Oarman, steam 

heating 
Order of Owls 

82 N. E. Redlon Co., masons 
Argonaut Association, rms 
Jeremiah E. Foster, paper ruler 
Salvation Army Hall 
James E. Stephenson, truckman 
Middle street 



Passage way 

R. O. Conant Co., canners' machin- 
ery 

A. E. Stevens & Co., wheels 

(rear) Charles E. Babbitt, storage 
Fore street 

John F. Fox 

John H. Hubner 

Max Selikoffsky 

Samuel Levitch 

Louis H. Berenson 

William H. Silk 

Israel Simmonds 
33 Consolidated Electric Light Co., 
garage 

37 Haines & Messer, blacksmiths 

Private way 
43 Haines & Messer, blacksmiths 

John C. Newman, carriage painter 

C. H. Hobson, carpenter 

Charles H. Hawbolt, metal worker 

R. A. Godfrey, plumber 

Williams Show Case Co. 

Charles H. Hawbolt, sheet metal 
61 R. Gatley & Co., plasterers 
67, 69 Portland Shoe Mfg. Co. 

Engine room Falmouth Hotel 

Myers & Mahoney Plumbing Co. 

Arthur H. Moulton, steam heating 

Falmouth Hotel, baggage rm 

Chester I. Orr, baroer 



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Middle street 



UPLAND AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 

From 107 Veranda southerly to Casco bay 



;20 Lewis J. Kier 

'24 Andrew Molbeck 

26 Frank M. Stevens 

28 Lewis B. Huntley 

32 Vacant 

34 Albert H. Carr 

,44 Rasmus Andersen 

Island street 



31 Thomas J. Eagan 
Allen W. Whittier 



19 Charles S. Smith 



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174 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 



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LEFT SIDE. 

UPLAND 

74 Marcellus S. Campbell 

78 Vacant 

80 Vacant 

— Case© Bay 



RIGHT SIDE. 
AVENUE — Continued 

63 William H. Bloomer 
67 Everett O. Little 
75 Ernest E. Russell 
— Casco Bay 



WILL STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 53 Olympia street, northerly. 



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4 


Vacant 

John P. Gregor 

James R. Molony 

James Mulloney 

Vacant 

Vacant 


VALLEY STREET. 

WARD 7. 

From 931 Congress to Portland 



David Clark 

Mrs. Carrie A. Pomeroy 

(rear) Christopher A. Ross 

John Dumas 

George Shane 

Charles E. Taylor 

Archie H. Downs 



Portland street 



William Westwood 
Ellry D. Cook 
Coleman E. McDonough 
Francis E. Pearson 
John P. Collins 
Mrs. Inga Johnson 
Albert S. Conant, dye house 
Joseph Morris, horseshoer 
Portland street 



Frank E. Moore, carpenter 
Christian Nielson 
Mrs. Inez Gallant 
John B. Fournier 
Miss Kate C. Cuskley 
Clark street 



VARNUM STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 164 Brackett to 161 Clark. 

9-17 Edwin L. Babbidge, st 



Clark street 



From 
2-76 Western Cemetery 



78-80 Bowdoin street 



100 Vacant 
108 Vacant 



138 F. D. Marshall 

150 Fred E. Richards 

156-160 Pine street 

166 Charles H. Pay son 

176 Frederick V. Chase 
194, 196 West street 



VAUGHAN STREET. 

WARD 7. 
395 Dan forth to 63 Bramhall. 
15 John F. Gould 
17, 19 Orchard street 

25 Lyman H. Nelson 
27-41 Spring: street 

57-61 Clifford street 

75 Edward Woodman 

79 Bowdoln street 

Philip G. Brown 
James H. Waugh 
James P. Champlin 
Frank D. True 
121 Carroll street 

Henry B. Pennell 
Mrs. Alice H. Laughlin 
Morrill N. Drew 
J. Frank Lang 
Edward L. Piper 
159 Pine street 

Mrs. Margaret S. Fogg 
Mervin W. Clark 
Stuyvesant T. B. Jackson 
Nathan A. Cushman 
195 West street 

197, 199 Vaughan St. M. E. church 
201 John E. Kimball 



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175 
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212 
216 



Charles E. Noyes 
Vaughan Hall 



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203 

207 

209 

211 
215 
217 



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222-246 Reservoii 



248 Brackett street 

256 Cyrus H. Farley 

258 Rev. Asa Dalton 

260 Charles H. Tolman 



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Brnmhall street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
-Continued. 

Patrick R. Quincannon 
James T. Carians 
Ralph Peaslee 
George R. McDonald 
Mrs. Julia N. Gosse 
Rev. Robert S. Leard 
Mrs. F. E. Simonton 
George P. Dewey 
Mrs. Clarence H. Corning 
Albert E. Colcord 
Carl W. Smith 
Mrs. Harriet B. Fassett 
Arthur H. Gould 
Edward L. Anthoine 
William L. Fraser 
William C. Murray 
(rear) John R. Lincoln 
Mrs. Patrick J. Dunn 
Clifford M. Currie 
(rear) Mrs. M. A. Brennan 

227 John F. Downes 

229 Aubrey Godfrey 

233 School house 

245. 247 Braekett street 

257 John W. Deering 

259 David E. Moulton 

261 Mrs. Albert I. Randall 

267 Charles R. Lewis 

271 Vacant 

273 — Brnmhall street 



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VERANDA STREET. 

WARD 9. 



From 511 Washington avenue to Falmouth line. 

Joseph Gouin, barber 
Malcolm J. Smith 
Malcolm J. E. McDonald 
David B. Hayes 
Charles P. Garland 
George G. Perkins 
Vacant 

William W. Merrill 
John E. Strong 



39 Sherwood street 

Edward B. Sargent 

Mrs.- Lizzie H. Lunt 

Stuart Russell 

Dennis D. Callahan 

John F. Kelley 

Ernest H. Raymond 

Charles O. Oberg 

(rear) Winfield L. Chase 

Edward S. Waite 
85 G. T. R. 

97 Victoria square 

Mrs. Syrnena Tripp 

Upland avenue 

Ezra A. Hodsdon 

Robert A. Brownley 

George F. Devine 

Fairfield street 

Alpheus Richardson 

John W. Johnson 

Fayette street 

William A. Turner 



2 


William J. Lucas, grocer 


3 


4 


William J. Lucas 




7 


8 


William E. Bowden 
Joseph Gouin 






14 


Mrs. Julia M. Knapp 




13 




Mrs. M. Jennie Sargent 


15 


20 


George W. Davis 




19 


22 


Pembroke street 


21 


28 


George H. Philbrook 
Nicholas R. Goss 




27 


32 


Mrs. Mary S. Russell 






36 


Edward W. Atlms 






38 


Dr. Edgar E. Barker, 


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37 


42, 


44 Sherwood street 


41 


54 


Edward F. Mann 






56 


John W. Doyle 




53 


62 


Mrs. Ellen Evans 




57 


66 


James T. Hayes 






70 


George H. Philbrook, 


grocer 


61 


72 


Edward Tompson 






74, 


76 Dalton street 






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88 G. T. R. 




69 




G. T. R. Station 




73 


106 


William R. Sparks 




93 


108 


Joseph Valente 
Hartley E. Hamm 




107 


110 


Mrs. Joseph Valente, 


grocer 


115 


116 


Tony Sylvester 




117 


118 


John Chadwick 






128 


Edward W. Murphy 






130 


Seth L. Chipman 




145 




Arcadia street 




147 




Hawthorn street 




164 


Warren E. Bickford 




157 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
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563 Congress St. 
131 Woodford St. 
I 81 Forest Ave. 



C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



151-153 
COMMERCIAL ST. 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



249 



LEFT SIDE. RfGHT SIDE. 

VERANDA STREET— -Continued. 
164 Leon C. Pullen 169 Charles A. Tracey 

Wordsworth street 

182 Edwin N. Robertson 

190 Jurgenson & Jensen carpenter 

206 Vacant 

O Whittier street 
218 Charles T. Farris 
220 Walter A. Messer 
226, 228 Olympla street 

232 Fred A. Chambers 
244 Emil F. C. Jensen 
256 Charles F. W. Stockton 
264, 266 Oregon avenue 

278 Ervin T. Johnson 
282 Mrs. Edward R. Flint 
376 Martin Point bridge 

— Falmouth line 



331-339 U. «S. Marine Hospital 



375 



Martin Point bridge 
Falmouth line 



Mrs. Addie J. Macoraber 
Charles H. Thomas 



VERNON PLACE. 

WARD 5. 
From 669 Congress. 

Miss Elizabeth E. Deering 



Mrs. James A. Whidden 
Walter Partridge 
Vacant 
Vacant 



VESPER STREET. 



From 54 Easter 

John E. Ward 
Albert E. Hanson 
Edward H. Locke 
Thomas J. Collins 
Alton M. Hayden 
Sherman I. Gould 
Peter W. Rowe 
Mrs. Lucy A. Wallace 
Charles W. Woodman 
Gilbert P. Powers 

Hanson lane 
Mrs. Ida F. Benner 
Wendell Leighton 
Albert S. Morse 
Mrs. Susie E. Staples 
Eugene A. Hallett 
Fred W. Littleiield 
Joseph Winslow, jr 
Howard W. Leignton 
Daniel F. Patterson 
Horace M. Soule 
54 Wilson street 

•66 P. R. R. Co.'s car house 

Moody street 
Irving C. Libby 
Ernest E. Raynard 
Harry Ferrier 
Lewis M. Bryant 
Harry K. Griggs 
Richard S. Johnson 
Walter Clowes 
George M. Fozzard 
Pierce A. Somers 
Eugene A. Hallett 
Edward H. Colcord 
Charles F. Crockett 
Mrs. Annie M. Bruns 



WARD 1. 
n promenade to 50 Congress. 

11 Grenville M. Donnam 
15 Daniel I. Sloane 

John Sexton 
19 Mrs. Kate M. Berry 

Thomas W. Skolfield 
23 Frederick C Merriman 

George H. Upham 
27 Vacant 
31 George E. Lefavor 

Alfred W. Plummet- 

Daniel Goodhue 
33 Maurice Pillsbury 
39 Arthur H. Gray 



41 Calvin S. Lane 

47 Frank E. Seavey 
Albert E. Davies 



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AVilson street 

Caleb K. Newcomb 
Charles Williams 
Mrs. Edith M. Page 
George H. Ranslow 
Frederick A. Usher 

O Moody street 
Franklin Skillings 
Perley J. Leighton 
Charles L. Legrow 
John E. Abbott 
John J. O'Brien 



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LEFT SIDE. 



92 Edward C. Bangs 
94 Jacob Schiebe 

Daniel Carey 
96 George L. Walker 
96A Ernest E. Soule 

Arthur Ingersoll 
104 — Congress street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
VESPER STREET — Continued. 

91 Charles A. Boothby 



Manley F. Littlefleld 
Clinton E. Howard 



103— 



Congress street 



VICTORIA STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From 19 Olympia, northeasterly to Oregon avenue. 
— ■ Lawrence B. Olsen 
— Jep A. Kier William E. Chambers 



Mrs. Mary A. Hamilton 
Oregon avenue 



Fred Matthews 

Oregon avenue 



VINE STREET. 



From 30' 



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Stable 

Carmal Mastrono 
Patrick J. Connolly 
Israel Shuman 
Tony Caso 



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workers 
26 Ashland avenue 

28-42 Megquier & Jones Co. 

4 4 — Middle street 



WARD 3. 

Fore to 132 Middle. 

3 Z. Agger 

Hod Mayberry 

5 Mrs. Carrie L. Glidden 
Abraham Garfink 

7 Joseph Monto 

9 Jacob Benjamin 
Nathan Mack 
Gimpa Lermon 
Morris Gavitsky 
David Shuman 
Hyman Levi 
Abram Goldman 
Israel Erlick 
Nathan Gallason 
ll^Mordecai Ehdelman 
Jacob L. Simonds 
Jacob L. Simonds 
Mark A. Sulkowitch 
Thomas Warren 
Richard J. Walsh 
Max Talon 
Jacob Cox 
Richard Peter 
Bracia Severino 
Agrippino Severino 
Joseph Fagane 



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WALDO STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From opposite 1393 Congress to 146 Westbrook. 
Everett H. Cressey 
Albry B. Emmons 

AVestbrook street — Westbrook street 

WALKER STREET. 

WARD 6. 
From 724 Congress to 227 Brackett. 
Dr. George B. Swasey 1 Dr. John E. Gray 

Mrs. George E. Dole 3 

James E. Marshall 5 

Mrs. Herman Kotzchmar 7 

Frederick H. Cross 

Miss Rebecca C. Robinson 11 

Fred H. Marr 

Brackett street 29 



Leon V. Walker 

Miss Dorothy I. Hogan 

Mrs. Hezeklah Smith 

(rear) Walker Street Garage 

Charles D. MacKinnon 

Brackett street 



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LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 


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WARD 9. 






From 1423 Forest avenue, easterly. 




Lexington avenue 


Pascel Arsenault 


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C. Varney Richards 




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WALNUT STREET. 


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From 316 Eastern p 


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137 Washington avenue. 


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32 


William Belfontaine 


37- 


55 Reservoir 


s 


34 


* Willis street 


57 


Frank L. Towle 


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42 


Mrs. Thomas A. NacNeill 




North street 


^^ 




James W. Davis 


71 


Mrs. Lydia A. Jordan 


r 


44 


Abel T. Learned 


77 


Clarence J. McGowan 


46 


Albert Dirwanger 




Frank J. Foley 


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56 


George E. Spiller 


79 


George A. Foley 




North street 




Francis H. Jackman 


»> 


72 


Daniel J. Hayden 


83, 


85 Sheridan street 




Charles H. Taylor 


87 


Charles T. •Sandison 


86, 


88 Sheridan street 


89 


William J. Rogers 


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91 


John J. Krelby 






95 


John H. Hanley 






99 


Mrs. Hattie McFadden 


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Antonio Teixemia 






101 


Dennis P. Towle 


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105 


Mrs. Mary A. Broderick 


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Mrs. Lillian Earley 






107 


Vacant 


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109 — 



Washington avenue 



WALTON STREET. 



WARD 9. 



22 

26 
30 

32 

34 

38 
42 

50 

54 
58 



96 
100 

106 

no 

120 



From 178 Ocean 
Fred W. Ware 
Raymond E. Hodgkins 
Deering Sanitary Co., contractors 
Francis Sargent 
Martin Curran 
Henry S. Worth 
Ralph A. Worth 
Robert C. Schmidt 
D. B. Schmidt Glove Cleaning Co. 
Edwin M. Jillson 
(Ernest H. Wade 
Charles A. Smith 
Frank S. Whitney 
Frank S. Whitney 
Boswell C. Chessman 
Frederick W. Wormell 
Walter C. Hamilton 

M. C. R. R. 

Forest avenue 
Joseph W. Parsons 
Marshall Libby 

Fern street 
Leander Leighton 
Nathaniel H. Cobb 
St. Joseph's Home chapel 



Stevens avenue 



avenue to 647 Stevens 
5 Vacant 



avenue. 



Gardiner Sawyer 

Mrs. George F. Pollock 

Charles S. Barnes 

William E. Shaw 

George Green 

Vacant 

Alvin W. Newcomb, wool 
O M. C. R. R. 
Forest avenue 

Maurice B. Durgin 

Morgans court 

John J. Morgan 

James E. Kirwan 

Joseph H. Finney 
119A John J. Morris 

DIngley court 

Vacant sh 

Lorenzo T. Plummer 

William J. Leahan 

American Laundry 

George F. Appel 

Richard Brindle 

(rear) Auguste Piette 

Edward T. Cronin 
137 Mrs. Hannah M. Goddard 
139 Ernest L. Moody 
1 41 Samuel L. Bates 



111 
113 
115 

117 
119 



121 
123 



125 
131 



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RIGHT SIDE. 



WARREN AVENUE. 

WARD 9. 



From 1272 Forest avenue to Westbrook line. 



26 Orrin C. Eaton 
John C. Bowdoin 



100 Albion W. Shaw, milk 



176 Ole T. Anderson 

184 Lyman W. Hanson, sum res 

200 Patrick Doherty 

O Riverside street 
Westbrook line 



93 

95 
99 

133 
135 



143 
173 

299 



Julian H. Farrar 
William E. Fielding 
Mrs. Emily C. McLaughlin 
Charles M. McLellan 
George E. Reynolds 
Hartley S. Robinson 
Frank F. Perry 
Leonard F. Clark 
Perley W. Wiley 
Milan P. Bennett 
(rear) Charles S. Ridlon 
Jewish Cemetery 
Vacant 

George W. Wadleigh 
Leamon McDonald 

Riverside street 
West brook line 



W A R W I C K STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Brighton avenue," northeasterly 
- August Edwards 



N. C. 



From 1*1 
6"- Julia A. Clifford 

William M. Howatt 
72 Charles X. Ballard 
80, 82 Payson street 

Mrs. Hattie O. Towle 
Joseph L. Stevens 
James W. Crawford 
Fred M. Robinson 
Howard B. Clough 
Wesley J. Maynard 
Leon W. Merritt 
Mrs. Azuba V. Rackliff 
Aaron H. Kenerson 
George B. Jackson 
Alden H. Willis 
lEdward J. Brann 
Miss Jennie Lewis 
William Burrows 
Joshua Ayer 
Fred G. Emery 

St. John street 



WASHBURN AVENUE. 

WARD 7. 
Deering avenue to 371 St. John. 
11 Otis J. Sproul 
43 Howard I. Russell 
Moses iS. Burbank 
49 Fred H. Drinkwater 
51 George N. Coyle 
53 Edward A. Chaplin 
5 5-59 Deane street 

61 Solomon B. Seavey 
63 Fred L. Wilson 
69 Millard W. Baldwin 

Henry W. Stevens 
73 Edmund I. Tucker 
75 William A. Whipple 
77, 79 Pay son street 

87 Gilbert H. Mayberry 
89 Charles H. Hobson 
101, 103 Roberts street 

113 Charles E. Howe 
115 Frank G. Sylvester 



St. John street 



WASHINGTON AVENUE. 

WARDS 1, 2, 9. 

From 219 Congress to Falmouth 



Ine. 



4 Richard H. Crosby 

Howard C. Eaton 
6 Joseph T. Dougherty, grocer 
6A Elmer E. Lowell 

Edward Finks 

David W. Duddy 
8 Vacant 
8AJohn Erlick 

Harold K. Maguire 
12 Bertram R. Cleveland, bakery 
14 Vacant 



13 



Fitzgerald Bros., stoves, etc. 

Vacant 

Michael Scanlan 

Miss Margaret McManus 

Ernest E. Ball 

Samuel A. Reagan, grocer 

Miss Mary Griffin 

Morris Levinson 

Edgar Williams 

David Jones 

Treffle Precourt 

O Cumberland avenue 



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20 

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24 

26 
28 
30 

32 

34 

38 

40 
42 
44 
46 

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60 
64 
66 
68 
70 



100 
102 

108 



253 



LE.FT SIDE. 



ltlGHT SIDE. 



WASHINGTON AVENUE— Continued. 



Wan Lee, laundry 
William R. Sparks jeweler 
W. F. McBride & Co., dry goods 
Cumberland avenue 

The Danish-American Co-opera- 
tive Supply Co., grocers 

John F. Day, barber 

Mrs. Bertina Creary 

Ole P. Peterson 

Mrs. Mary IE. Scully 

(rear) Private st 

Thomas E. Malone, drugs 
Ingrnhain court 

Patrick Kenney 

Patrick Hopkins 

Horan Mangoonin, barber 

William Haverty 

John W. Nally 

Michael Barnicle 

Thomas F. Magee, cigars 

James E. Ward 

William Likely 

John F. Hoffman provisions 

Willie Chin Moon 

Mrs. Mary Aspenwall 

Willie E. Stuart 

Charles E. Christiansen 

Henry W. Mulloy, cigars and to- 
bacco 

Vacant 

Henry W. Mulloy, cigars and to- 
bacco 

Peter Tomas 

Paul Bretschneider 

Mouchek Eloian 

Oxford street 

Vacant 

William F. Eagan 

William F. Eagan, cigars 

Mrs. Mary A. Deehan 

Washington Avenue Kindergar- 
ten 

Charles McBrady 

(rear) Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald 
Charles W. Hynes 

Mrs. Mary A. Eagan 

William A. Holland, druggist 
O Monroe street 

William Epperson 

Patrick Bannigan, grocer 

Willie L. Sanborn 

Thomas H. Cummings 

David M. Farr 

(rear) Coyle H. Irish 

Mrs. Susan Devine 

Mrs. Susan Talbot 

James J. McCartney 

James J. McCartney, grocer 
Madison street 

Carl P. Christiansen, grocer 



Mrs. Mary Larou 
Paul Bishop 
Roger J. McCarthy, jr. 
Daniel J. Delaney 



Fred D. Agostino 
Alton G. Goodwin 



35 



51 



55 



59 



63 



69 



77 



83 



89 
93 

97 
103 

105 
107 
109 
109A 



Orrin F. Pettengill 

Michael A. Brophey 

Mrs. Hannah Casey 

Charles H. Ready 

Mrs. Ellen MacDonald 

Mrs. Margaret McKinnon 

John J. King 

James Connors 

Michael Gorham 

Richard Fuller 

Mrs. Ellen E. McDonald 

Miss Mary Mongovan 

Lorents Olsen 

Mrs. Mary Dubail 

Mrs. Annie P. Rooney 

Charles H. Owens 

(rear) William H. Homan 

William Burke 
Gilbert Gallant 
Joseph P. Casey 
Mrs. Margaret Merrill 
(rear) Neil D. Danbury 

John Owens 

James J. Logue 

Walter T. Joyce 
Michael J. McCoy 
Benjamin Shata 
Joseph H. Quinn 
Robert Crasnick 
Morris Crasnick, junk 
William J. Loring, grocer 
John H. Madden 
William Cameron 
Walter T. Joyce 
John J. Nissen bakery 
Samuel Snider, shoe repairer 
John J. Owens 
Ernest Hooper 
James G. Clish 
William McCuoy 
(rear) Daniel V. Scott 
Mrs. Mary B. Lee 
(rear) John J. Kirby 

Mrs. Julia A. Levesque 

Mrs. Jane Mulligan 
Vacant, st 
(rear) Vacant 
Michael J. Sullivan 
Joseph Dusconia 

Murray lane 
Isaac Emanuel 
Isaac Emanuel, dry goods 
Miss Margaret L. Somers 
John Sherlock 
George O. Miller 
Joseph Quigley 
Patrick Smith 
Mrs. Abbie Somers 

Marlon street 
Peter Christiansen 
Bartholomew O'Leary 
William Findlev, coal and wood 
Mrs. Annie A. Quinn 
John Quirk 
Mrs. Bessie Hammond 
George I. Johnson 
Vacant 

Olof Anderson 
Eric Wahlberg 



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PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



110 
114 



116 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



WASHINGTON AVENUE — Continued. 



Daniel P. Earley 
Carl E. Holloway 
Edward J. Ryan 
Frank Brown 
(rear) Vacant, st 
Frank J. Maguire 



118 James A. Maguire 



122 Mrs. Mary Farrel 
126 Sarah E. Bennett 
Alexander Benson 



128 130 



Fox street 



132 John S. Marshall, confectionery 

134 John F. Morgan 

140 James Cummings 

146 John Quinn, grocer 

148 Potter's lane 



150 William H. Manuel 
152 Daniel Heaphy 

Edward J. Petties 
154 Edward Story 
158 Peter E. Pierson 

(rear) Lewis W. A. Johnson 
160 Mrs. Mary Quinn 
Harry A. Cobb 
(rear) Charles H. Atus 
164 Vacant 

166 Johannes C. Hansen, blacksmith 
168 Johannes C. Hansen 

Dr. Neils C. Hansen h and o 
170 Mrs. Fannie E. Hunnewell 
174 Patrick F. Crosby 

Mrs. Fannie H. Kimball 
176 Vacant 
180 Lyman B. Hodsdon 
186 Aldo S. Eldridge, confectionery 
188 Gonld street 

190 Alma J. Whitney 
Fred A. Delaney 
202 Charles H. West 

(rear) Mrs. Mary A. Driscoll 
204 Mrs. Hattie E. Junco 
218 Daniel J. Maloney 
Ralph E. Adams 
(rear) Mrs. Helen Laboi 
234 Charles L. Foster 
240 Edward A. Lacy 
254 Perley Benson 

Benjamin Pellerin 

Marginal way 
324-454 Tukey bridge 

460 Greelv & Adams, machinists 
464 Water street 



470 William TT. Small, ir 



109A Charles Floberg 
111 Christopher Conroy 

(rear) Elmer C. Kennard 

George Wright 

Emil Lawson 

(rear) George W. White 

Mrs. Catherine Dugan 
James Nicholson 
Eugene H. Parker 
William G. Cutten 
(rear) John Kohoe 

Joseph L. Koss 

William Tocher 
Varton Arvanigian, baker 
Varton Arvanigian 
William Curran 
Michael J. Madden 
Henry ,S. Curll 

O Walmit street 
William S. Woods 
Mrs. Mary A. Conlev 
Edward P. Quinn 
(rear) Mrs. Melinda Taylor 
Festus Davin 
Mrs. Melinda Taylor 
Mrs. Rose Metcalf 
Clarence B. Hunnewell 
William A. Walsh 
Mrs. Maria Petties 
George B. Harris 
Charles H. Berry 
(rear) Private stable 
Bernard W. Griffin 
Thomas McDonough 
(rear) Oliver J. James 

James H. McMahan 

Mrs. Ann Gillis 

Dennis Kane 

Levi Curry 

Ernest' E. Gray 

William MeOowan 

Gerald E. Curry 
Charles A. Dyer 
John Tavlor 
(rear) Mrs. Ann Gillis 
Vacant 
Olof J. Ahlquist 

P. R. R. Co., car house 
Eastern promenade 
Martrlnal wax 
313-317 East Commercial street 

Draw Tender house 
— Seward C. Coffin 
323-4 53 Tukey bridge 

463 Water street 

East During Mercantile Co. 

Fred Haines 

John P. Butler 

David H. Pulsifer 

Horace La Croix 

Joseph A. Hood, boots and shoes 

Balph L. Thompson 

"Prank Vumbacca 

Vacant 

Lorkhart L. Haves 

(rear) Frank H. Greeley, pop 



115 



119 



125 



131 
133 



141 
143 



147 
149 



151 



153 
159 



169 
173 



177 
181 



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258-301 



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467 
469 



471 
473 



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255 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



WASHINGTON AVENUE — Continued. 



484 John E. Cook 

George A. Mitchell 



4 DO Alvin Murray 
Caleb F. Hunt 



498 A. Judson Curtis, grocer 

500 Charles G. B. Williams, variety 



475 
477 
479 
483 
495 
497 



499 
501 



503 

505 



Benjamin P. Bullock 
Anton C. Anderson 
Frank W. Jones 
Mrs. Abbie F. Lord 

Emmons street 
Mrs. Sarah Jordan 
Warren W. Saunders 
Mrs. Clara B. Fernald 
George H. Cobb 
Theodore C. Stuart 
(rear) John M. Hillson 

Abbott C. Hodgman 
William S. Williams, dry goods 
Vacant 
505AJohn H. Mitchell 
Silas J. Shorey 
John H. Stone 
Charles B. Willis 
William S. Williams 
Oren S. Ireland 
William J. McCormick 
Dixon B. Wescott, jr. 
Samuel B. Gamage, drugs 

Veranda street 
Vacant 
Carl Harlow 
Samuel J. Stewart 
Leonard Ettenger 
Charles F. Lancaster 
Thomas E. Brown 
John M. Irvin 
Gottfred Blockinger 
Sophia J. 'Small 
James T. Pierce 
James O. Martin 
Vacant 

Edward W. Conrod 
Arthur H. Fossett 
Dennis A. Mahoney 
Raymond D. Gamage 
Merton E. Rowe 
James J. Connor 
William M. McPherson 
99 Presumpseot street 

Moses P. Brown 
Andrew Manderson 
Benjamin Pratt 
•Stephen C. Foster 
Royal E. Dixon 
Bertram M. Wllley 
Edward A. Bicknell 
Dennis O'Connor 
Fred E. Richmond 
Vacant 

John W. Murray 
Howard F. Flint 
George H. Goudy 

Inverness street 
Fred E. Shorey 
Claude A. Blair 
James Walter Hanson 
Edward F. Gibson 
George E. Hoggan 
William F. Morton 
Fred J. Howe 

Kidder street 
John J. Littlefieid 
Frank M. E. Huff 
James F. Dun ton 



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Illsley Hall 




514 


Bates street 




518 


Mrs. Mary E. Weeks 




5 22 


Pywell Vincent 




526 


George M. Leighton 




532 


John B. Bishop 


5 7 


534 


Vacant 


511 


536 


Vacant, s 


523 


538 


Galvin street 


527 


540 


Donald Smith 




542 


Thomas F. Connors 






Hans Kiar 


529 


544 


Norman J. Percival 




548 


Elzina B. Sawyer 


533 


550 


Hans Kiar, bakery 


537 


55? 


Randall street 


549 


56* 


570 Vacant 


551 


572 


Joseph E. Hall 


553 


576 


Andrew C. Miller 


5 63 




Malcolm A. Campbell 


581 


578 


Tennis J. Haines 






Mrs. Hortense R. Berry 


583 


592 


George D. Bachelder 
Harry W. Adams 


585 


594 


Frank C. "Stevens 


593 


596 


Orrin Moffatt 


595 


598 


Presumpseot street 


597- 


604 


Clark Wayland 


605 




Mrs. Mary E. Pratt 


607 


618 


Methodist Church 


613 


626 


Albert J. Felt 


615 


630 


Grant L. McKern 


617 




Samuel B. Porter 


619 


632 


Walter S. A. Kimball 




634 


Mrs. Alice W. Hawkes 


643 




Charles E. Mattbews 


645 


636 


John T. Gerrish 


647 


644 


E. John Jacobson 


649 


646 


John A. Hale 


687 


646% Mrs. Rose Buck 


695 


662 


Johanson street 


697 


696 


George A. Dingley 


701 


700 


William J. Irvin 


703 




Mrs. Fannie S. Porter 


705 




Hans Peterson 


707 


710 


John M. Stoddard 


713 


712 


James C. McMulkin 




716 


James Gibson 


715 


720 


Kidder street 




742 


Azariah Mayberry 


721 




Fernald street 


723 


7 ." S 


Charles W. Holmes 


731 



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LEFT SIDE. 



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George Willis Adams 

Sanford B. Manks 
, 796 Ocean avenue 

John W. Turner, jr. 

Alvin F. Jordan 

Chester A. Jordan 

Ralph M. West 

Mrs. Gertrude B. Ramsdell 

Anton Folgar 

Harlan P. Wheeler 

Mrs. Charles G. Libby 

Henry C. Burns 

Asa R. Boardman 

Fall Brook street 

James W. Speirs 

Fred F. Hughey 

Albert R. Patridge 

Clarence R. Flint 

Marcus S. Le Baron 

Eugene H. Sawyer 

Mrs. Martha A. Bartlett 

Leroy H. Milliken, milk 

Vaughan A. West, sand 

Mrs. Martha Barrett 

Jewett Pratt 

Charles E. Jackson 

EhiiHOod avenue 

Chesley avenue 

EdRewood avenue 

Henry Thurlow 

Forbes street 

Charles C. Watts 

Maplewood street 

Schoolhouse 

1366 Congregational church 
Amos Abbott 
Charles E. Mcintosh 
Marshall P. Leighton milk 
Allen avenue 
1396 Charles A. Pride, grocer 
W. F. Kuch, shoe repairer 
Leonard B. Reed 
Ellis F. Leighton 
Walter E. Campbell 
Charles S. Tibbetts. carpenter 
Mrs. Mary O. Hutchins 
Seth F. Sweetsir 
Matthew J. Flaherty 
Schoolhouse 
Charles H. Leighton 
John F. Knight 
William F. Kucn 
Henry E. Sargent 
Frank E. Huston 
Mrs. Abbie A. Hall 

Riverside street 
Andrew H. Gurney 
(rear) Charles H. Davis 
Fnlmouth line 



RIGHT SIM-:. 
AVENUE — Continued. 
731 Guy E. Cabana 
735 Fred S. Jordan 
7 41,743 Morse street 

793, 795 Ocean avenue 



Frank B. Cummings 

Miss Hattie W. Pollister 
(rear) Peter Aaskov 

Charles H. Aaskov 

Sewall T. Fowler 

Charles A. Palmer 

Albert Wallace 

Melvin H. Card 

John Kern 

Harry S. Jo"hes 

Alexander Findley 

Charles H. Greeley 

Louis Schwartz 
Ray street 

William P. McGlaughlin 

Fred L. Harris 

Wilford F. Bowker 

John W. Estle 

Vacant 

Willard H. Cobb 

Eugene W. Sawyer 

Ellen R. Munson 

Annie B. Cloud 

Drake street 

Louis W. Bradstreet 

Mrs. Mary M. Haggett 

Stephen H. Cady 

William R. Duff, carpenter 

Edward K. Noyes 

Lyneous J. (Smith 

Maine Tract Society, o 

Charles A. Frank 

Mrs. Mary E. Leighton 
1387, 1389 Allen avenue 

1397 John A. Smith 
1413-1421 Auburn street 

1437 Silas H. Redmond 

Melville O. Huston 

Frank S. Wallace 

Simeon Tracey 

Fred E. Lovejoy 

Stillman R. Cole 

A. Sterling Mowett 

Clifford Lovejoy 

Home Dairy Co., milk 

Joshua L. Dole 

John F. Kuch 

Charles Kuch 

Walter C. Sennett 

Omer W. Brightman 

Charles Cobb 

Fred B. Libby 
1997 Hannah C. Leighton 
2061 James F. Allen, milk 
2079 — Falmouth line 



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901 

909 

929 

997 

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1051 

1085 

1091 

1095 

1105 

1113 

1119 

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1179 

1181 

1299 

1319 

1327 

1359 

1367 

1375 

1377 

1379 

1381 



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1533 
1575 
1747 

1753 

1767 
1783 

1801 
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WATER STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From Casco bay across Washington avenue to Randall. 

1 Alfred G. O'Neil 
7 John Marcroft 
Francis C. Lappin 
15 George A. Dibblee 
George A. Dibblee 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 
131 Woodford St. 
181 Forest Ave. 



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LEFT SIDE. 




RIGHT SIDE. 


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Washington avenue 


Washington avenue 






29 


George Nelson 


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Jens M. Christensen 






33 


W~allace F. Brown 

Rates street 
Front street 


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53 


John J. Mcintosh 
Edward F. Hayden 








59 


Howard E. Knight 


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John E. Melaugh 


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Wallace G. Dickerson 
John E. Donahue 




12 


William S. Mitchell 
Thomas Foley 


11 


John Duffey 

James T. McDonald 


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Michael J. Gearin 




John H. O'Donnel] 


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13 


Thomas Martin 


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22 


Thomas Goodwin 




John H. Osterberg 


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Henry Hudson 


17 


Peter J. Conley 


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Mrs. Nellie LaRochelle 


23 


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Frank D. Bennett 




(rear) Vacant 


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Walter P. Brown 


25 


Charles H. Hudson 


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34 


William M. Lunt 
Phillip S. Evans 




Mrs. Agnes Fairman 
(rear) W. A. Johnson 


N« 


36 


Samuel N. Colley 


°7 


Louis LaRochelle 




3S 


Mayall M. Littlefield 


31 


Elias J. Burroughs 


C/5 




Mrs. Annie D. Trepanier 




Mrs. Henrietta E. McKay 


3* 


40 


Thomas J. Stuart 


33 


Mrs. Ada A. Kane 


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Hugh F. McDonough 




Louis Zamft 


44 


Mrs. Abbie E. Crocker 


39 


Thomas Foley 




46 


Peter E. McCallum 




Stephen Costello 


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William K. Herrman 


41 


Walter D. Murray 


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Mrs. Mary W. White 




Angus K. MacDonald 


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John E. Parks 




Lester C. Wallace 




Mrs. Esther Parks 


45 


Mrs. Catherine E. Rowe 


54 


James P. Gearin 




Daniel J. McCarthy 


RA 

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Guy L. Parks 




Gilbert lane 


56 


Daniel M. Brown 


49 


Mrs. Agnes Curran 




William McGonagle 




Fred A. Straw 


58 


William H. Clowes 


51 


George W. Ross 


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Daniel F. McGonagle 


63 


Sherbrooke street 




Edward H. Thomes 


65 


Mrs. Catherine Gallagher 


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Winfield S. Murray 




William F. Cassidy 




Peter McDonald 


69 


Charles A. Lamson 




70 


Mrs. Susan P. Parker 


71 


Edward P. Gallagher 


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Michael J. Coughlin 




Joseph J. Carter 




Matthew J. Paquette 


73 


George Casey 


■ 


76 


Mrs. Patrick J. Gorham 




Crear) Joseph G. Richards 




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Stevens avenue to 1040 Forest avenue. 


4 


Miss Elmira H. Durgin 


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Almon G. Libbv 


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Mrs. Sarah D. Cheney 


5 


Osmond E. Twitchell 



C. Ernest Moore 7 

8 Wilbur Johnson 
10 Harry N. Blake 9 

12 Chester D. Swan 11 

14 John E. Toomey 
George M. Phinney 

16 Carl E. Peterson 17 

15 Mrs. Martha E. Hawkes 

Forest avenue 



Harry S. Phinney 
Mrs. Persis Smith 
Bion D. McKenney 
William Gatley 
Arthur W. Hooper 

William M. Leighton 
Cyrus B. Varney 

Forest avenue 



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Jj 3= WEBB STREET. 

I- Jj WARD 8. 

M § From 978 Brighton avenue beyond Nason's corner, southeasterly. 

C<i — Joseph H. Burke • 

C© « — James H. O'Hearn 

f* ^ WESCOTT STREET. 

qg J- WARD 7. 

C £ From 25 Ellsworth to 25 Crescent. 

<tf 6 Charles H. Elwell 

N 8 Charles J. McLellan 9 Josiah P. Wescott 

• Arthur A. Duffett 

M 12 Miss Ada I. Dalot 

J"J John Huston 11 William H. Pera 

00 14 A. Leslie Leighton 

»-< Mrs. Sybil H. Lincoln 

James A. Francis 
Mrs. Margaret Derrah 
Evander P. Getchell 

Crescent street 17 — Crescent street 

WEST ESSEX STREET. 

From 981 Brighton avenue beyond Nason's corner, northeasterly. 
Anthoine J. Valente 

WEST STREET. 
WARDS 6, 7. 

From junction Pine and Clark to 253 Western promenade. 

16 Butler schoolhouse 1 Harry C. Knowlton 

Cusliiiinn court 
5 Hall L. Davis 

Passage way Frank W. Cobb 

Aurelius S. Hinda. laboratory 13 George S. Sabin 

Mrs. Albion Keith 15 Frank O. Palmer 

Nathan S. Hamel 17 Walter T. Camp 

Cnrleton street 21 Henry F. -Strout 

lOsman Adams 23 Lewis L. Phillips 

Mrs. Georgia A. Hall 25 Sumner A. Kinsley 

Daniel C. Patrick 27 William F. Leonard 

46 Charles F. Morse 29 Fred M. Leavitt 

Benjamin Barker 33 Willard F. Keith 

48 Frederick R. Lewis Charles B. Doten 

George A. York 35 Joseph H. Short 

William F. Clapp 39 Carlton street 

50 Irving E. Vernon 43 Theodore H. Johnson 

Clayton T. Whipple 47 George M. Blake 

Joseph H. O'Neil 53 William C. Allen 

54 John Jewett Neal street 

Frank W. Jewett 65 Whitney street 

Neal street 67 Walter E. Corson 

56 George A. Wyer Charles A. Maxwell 

58 Alfred E. Nicholson 69 Charles W. Dearborn 

72 Frank M. Strout 71, 77 Vaughan Street M. E. church 

74 Edward C. Jones 79 Vaughan street 

78 Vaughan street 83 Horatio Staples 

82 Walter G. Davis 89 Mrs. Mary A. Deering 

92 Eugene R. Baxter 95 Arthur L. Bates 

98 Aurelius S. Hinds Chndwfok street 

O Chad-wlck street 105 Josiah H. Drummond jr. 

104 George F. Duncan 107 George W. Beyer 

120 William W. Thomas 113 Edward W. Cox 

124 — Western promenade 125 — Western promenade 

AVESTBROOK STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From South Portland line to Westbrook line. 
50 Henry A. Rich 51 Elmer E. Cummings 



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120 

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NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 



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LEFT SIDE. 



Miss Sarah Nichols 
Albert A. Chesley 
Edwin Martin 
Charles Wilber 
Charles Fickett 
Mrs. Mary E. Fickett 

O Garrison street 
Herbert A. Jackson 
G. Herbert Vail, carpenter 
Miss Elizabeth J. Milliken 
George H. Farnham 
Mrs. Frances iS. Knight 
Herman E. Phillips 
B. William Stackhouse 
Mrs. Lillian M. N. 'Stevens 
Michael Stevens 
Robert S. Tinkham 

Congress street 
Thomas W. Jackson 
Henry R. Cummings 
Bradford L. Stevens 
(rear) Chester W. Daicy 
Cemetery 
Andrew Hawes 
Jacob Singer 
Charles Tuttle 

"West brook line 



WESTBROOK STREET 



RIGHT SIDE. 
Continued. 
99 Louis W. Fickett 
Mrs. Abbie A. Jones 
105 Julia A. Stevens 
107 Philip J. Dion 
109 Mrs. Fannie A. Jacobs 
115 George B. Jacobs 
119 Harold W. Smart 
121 William M. True 

Garrison street 
137 Albert Morton 
141 Mrs. Sar&h E. M. Tate 



CougrrcKN street 

169 William Leavitt, jr. 
195 Daniel Dole 

Mrs. Mary J. Dill 



205 John Church 
225 Elmer W. Randall, milk 
325 James P. Berry 
. — Westbrook line 

WEST COMMERCIAL STREET. 
WARD 7. 
From 561 Commercial to 552 Danforth. 



12. 40 Gas Works 



42. 



50 



M. C. R. R. freight house 
Danforth street 



11 



19 
33 
69 



Joseph Kazlawski 
Joseph Samaitis 
John Slimas 

Beach street 
Standard Oil Co., supplies 
Vacant 



107, 109 



Emery street 
Danforth street 
WESTERN PROMENADE. 

WARD 7. 
From 429 Danforth to 1 Arsenal. 



Frederick A. Libby 

Vacant 

(rear) Carl F. Scnonland 

William F. Kingsbery 



Arsennl street 



1, 121 Western Cemetery 
125 Mrs. Huldah M. Chaplin 
131,133 Bowdoin street 

O Carroll street 
181 George F. West 
199 Perez B. Burnham 
211, 213 Pine street 

223 Charles B. Clarke 
227 Clarence Hale ■ 
233 Mrs. Almira C. Cox 
247-251 West street 

255 Henry M. Jones 
261 Adam P. Leighton 
265 Mrs. Annie M. W. Conley 
271 Edward T. Burrowes 
273-285 Bramhall street 

297 Wiliam J. Knowlton 
299 — Arsenal street 



WE ST FIELD STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From about 1012 Congress street, southwesterly. 
6 Fred Waterhouse 
Charles L. Thomas 
S Harry H. Pinder 



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LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



WEYMO V TH STREET. 

WARD 7. 



30- 



Boynton street 

James Libby 
William L. Milliner 

Portland street 



From 865 Congress to 334 Portland. 

5 Cyrus C. Rundlett 

George W. Harrigan jr. 
Mrs. Martha Rodman 
Augustus M. Benner 
James A. Davies 
15 Miss Ellen Parker 
17 Daniel Gurney 
21 William S. Dimmock 



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94 
96 



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12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 



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Eugene B. Langmaid 
Scott street 

Henry Stevens 
George H. H. Haskell 
Robert B. Littlefield 
Willis M. Poore 

Brighton n venue 



WHITNEY AVENUE. 

WARD 8. 
Congress to 268 Brighton a venue. 
9 Carl A. Jordan 

A. Weston Sherwood 
13 Charles A. Preble 

■Stephen J. Flaherty 
15 Fred A. Brown 

Maynard Hincks 
29 Frank O. Berry 
43 William D. Libby 
69 Vacant 

71 Wallace N. Whitehouse 
99 William F. Lombard 
— Brighton avenue 



WHITNEY STREET. 

WARD 7. 
From 65 West to 288 Bracketf. 



Mrs. Lydia J. Burgess 

Mrs. Mary A. Waterhouse 

Robert B. Post 

Mrs. D. B. Myshrall 

Frank H. Sherry 

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Fairbanks 

Ralph E. Rowe 

John B. Higgins 

Almon L. Johnson 

Dean S. Paine 

Mrs. Fannie E. Hersey 

Joseph W. Whitney 

Braekett street 



Bracket t street 



WHITTIER STREET. 

WARD 9. 
From- 200 Veranda, northerly to Presumpseot river. 
Edward A. Anderson 
George A. Ham 
Eugene O. Parker 

Presumpseot river 



Presumpseot river 



WILLIAM STREET. 

WARDS 7, 8. 
From 456 Forest avenue to 127 Bright on avenue. 



Frederick A. Norton 
George P. Haskell 
George R. Dame 
Charles W. Diggery 
Stephen W. Dimick 
Albert E. Ross 
John B. Wan en 



3 Franklin R. Redlon 

11 J. Herbert Hart 

C. Herbert Gowen 

13 Luther Redlon 

21 Clarence L. Walsh 

29 Clinton B. Reynolds 

33 Mrs. Jane L. Raye 



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RIGHT SIDE. 




WILLIAM 


STREET — Continued. 


32 


William F. Weeks 


33 Winfleld S. Wood 




Charles H. Thompson 


Charles W. Whitehead 


34 


Woodbury R. Bucknam 


37 Weldon H. Norton 


44 


David B. Rounds 


41 Henry W. Eells 


48 


Howard N. Leighton 


45 Albert E. Neal 




Perry E. Simmons 


51 Julius E. Kutsche 



56 Willard E. Plumer 



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96 

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108, 
118 
120 
122 
126 
140 
148, 



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62 Oakdale street 

William H. Barnes 

Vacant 

Albert F. Austin 

J. Carlton Bicknell 

Loren J. Sangster 

Dana S. Beacham 

Clarence E. Bangs 

Mrs. Josephine W. Dixon 

Harry H. White 

Arnold Holden 

Clifford G. Blockinger 

Arthur P. Foss 
110 Deering avenue 

Ezekiel Dennis 

Frederic Brunei 

J. Louis Jordan 

Edwin C. Jack 

Mrs. Jennie M. Jose 
150 — Brighton avenue 



Harry R. Freeman 
53 Rev. Jesse F. Piper 
Peter N. Thims 
Edward M. Thomes 
55 A. G. Alchorn 

William F. Green 
Frederick R. D. Foster 
59, 61 Oakdale street 

63 Chester M. Fossett 
Chaney T. Simmons 
69 Mrs. Susan J. Fernald 
Lester V. Somes 
Clarence H. Allen 
73 Samuel H. Brown 
i 7 W. Mason Pratt 
81 Fred A. Handy 

Armidas Lhomme 
85 George T. Goldthwaite 

Harry E. Neavling 
89 Mrs. Rebecca Anderson 
91 Marshall W. Wright 
93 Gerald H. Towle 
101 Roscoe W. Curtis 
107,109 Deering avenue 

121 Convers E. Leach 
1 29 George L. Fogg 
139 Private Hospital 
151,153 — Brighton avenue 



WILLIS STREET. 

WARD 1. 
From 51 Melbourne to 32 Walnut. 



Henry B. Bennett 

John W. Vance 

Montreal street 
20 Peter J. Jackson 

John C. Jackson 
22 Daniel S. Strout 
24 Edward C. Monroe 

Archie J. Dexter 
26 Wellington Matthew 
30 — Walnut street 



Mrs. Christina Cooney 
Harry Gregory 
Edward J. Maguire 
Mrs. Margaret A. Barry 
Miss Catherine A. King 
Mrs. Lizzie Tobin 



9 Linwood F. Jordan 

Montreal street 



Frank B. Fossett 
Peter Tobey 
Herbert R. Bickford 



29- 



Walnut street 



WILMOT PLACE. 

WARD 3. 
From 48 Wilmot. 

1 Albert E. Loveitt 
3 Mrs. Annie E. W. Curtis 
5 Benjamin W. Jameson 
John C. Hummer 
Wilmot D. Kincaid 

Wilmot street 



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WARD 3. 
From 345 Congress to Baok bay. 
2-10 First Baptist Church 3 Annie Hallahan 

16 Henry G. Todd Mrs. Abbie Powers 

5 Eben Doughty 



Elliot B. Walker 



18 Charles A. Marston 



Joseph E. Hodges 



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18 


Newell J. Mathews 


11 


William C. Everleth 


22 


Mrs. Julia A. Hastings 


13 


Alfred Wilson 




Mrs. Belle Wallingford 


17 


Wilbur W. Widber 


24 


John D. Johnson, grocer 


21 


James E. .Nute 


28 


James Sloane, baker 




Benjamin A. Pettlngil 


34 


James H. Sloane 


27 


Arthur H. Simmons 




Cumberland avenue 




John F. Carr 


40 


William F. Dagle 




Cumberland avenue 




Walter C. Meader 


41 


John D. Johnson 


42 


Maurice C. Young 




William T. Prince 




Miss Rebecca M. Leighton 




Leon L. Small 




Miss Margaret E. Hilyard 


43 


Stevens court 


44 


George F. Putney 


47 


Scandinavian Baptist Church 




William Arey 




Charles T. Heal 




Miss Eliza E. Johnson 


51 


Mrs. Julia A. Bools 




Wllmot place 




Dyer street 


50 


A. Edwin Smith 


53 


Mrs. Clara L. Randall 


50A Paul E. Horslin 




Hans L. Mortenson 



52 Elisha G. Peterson 
Winslow E. Howell 
56 Arthur F. Close 

William H. Murphy 

William E. Jeffords 

(rear) Mrs. Agnes L. Henley 
William W. Jackson 
58 Edwin T. Stevens 
60 Ingomar Riggs 

Benjamin P. Nickerson 
64 George J. Palmer 

Mrs. John W. Hall 

Oxford street 
66 Arthur L. Hackett 
72 Frank E. Thomdike 

Charles L. Gill 

Mrs. Jennie H. Eustis 
74 Mrs. Lovice E. L. Gill 

Fred H. Harrington 

Charles Barbour 
78. 80 Laurel street 

82 Mrs. Catherine Coleman 

Mrs. Anastasia Luttrell 

William E. Crockett 
86 James Starey 
88 James F. Doyle 
90 Scott Hefler 

Lancaster street 

Wilbur F. Ricker 

Frank N. Bamberg 

Arthur S. McLaughlin 

Roderick E. MeSween 
106, 108 Kennebec street 

Mrs. Martha Reeves 

George Fred Russell 

Crear) Vacant 

John S. Johnson 

Mrs. Sadie M. Houston 

Charles H. Reddy 
124, 126 Somerset street 

Mano Kochian 

John Donegian 

Herbert Arenegian 
Back bay 



57 Thomas S. Lallor 
Emil J. PaPierre 



100 
104 



110 
112 



116 



136 
138 



Gilbert R. Gibson 
Robert C. Powers 
Herbert E. Knight 
Miss Mary W. Chamberlain 
Mrs. Sybil M. Paine 

Oxford street 
Charley P. Parker 
Charles W. Lincoln 
Hazen P. Merrill 
Granville H. Kimball 
Oliver S. Norton 
(rear) William H. Burns 

Edward O. Foster 
Fred W. Grosstuck 
Harold W. Ingraham 
James I. Foden 
Isaiah H. Baker 
Alfred H. Whitmore 
Steven L. McDonough 
Charles L. Maloon 
Elbridge G. Pinkham 
Charles A. Hagan 
Mrs. Victoria Oliver 

Lancaster street 
Arthur M. Abbott 
99% Mrs. Jennie E. Blake 

Crear) Leonard E. Delaney 

Thomas J. Bruns 

Harold O. Merrill 

(rear) Mrs. Rachael A. Rine? 

Bruns & Johnson, coal yard 

Napolean Tetrault 

Samuel Seigar 

— Hawkes Bros., granite dealers 

— Union Granite Co., stone 
137— Back bay 



63 



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7 5 



99 



101 



109 
119 



14 



WILSON STREET. 

• WARD 1. 

From 134 Eastern promenade to 53 Atlantic. 
Charles C. Ross © Morning street 

Rev. M. Joseph Twomey 



27 Gilbert M. 'Corthell 



GOAL 



JOHNSTON 



174 Congress Street 



Telephone 



WOOD 



COAL 



SARGENT, DENNISON CO. 

174 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 





PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 




LIBIT SIDE. 






RIGHT SIDE. 




WILSON 


STREET- 


-Continued. 


16 


James Strang 




27 


Frederick A. Christensen 




Morning: street 




29 


Frank A. Remick 


32 


William F. Long 
Hans P. Smi'th 
Samuel T. York 




31 


Mrs. Lillian A. Stevens 
Percy A. Mills 

Vesper street 




Vesper street 




51 


Beekett street 


52 


Beekett street 




53 
55 


Gilbert A. Powers 
James L. Long 


58 


Frank W. Elwell 




57 


Melville E. Havden 
Embert G. Robinson 


60 


Vacant 




59 


Fred E. Wallace 
Martin J. McDonough 


68, 70 Munjoy street 




63 


Louis S. Silverman 


72 


Robert Hearley 




63A Jacob Rosenberg 




Mrs. Nellie Hassett 




65 


Niles C. Hansen 


76 


Frank H. Sprague 






Alexander M. Couri 




Stephen Hayes 




67, 


59 Miinjoy street 


SO 


Fred C Cushman 




71 


Vacant 




Mrs. Elizabeth A. Thomes - 




75 


David Shwartz 


84- 


Atlantic street 




83— 


Atlantic street 




AVI XS LOW 


STREET. 






WARD 8 


. 




From 25S Fo 


est avenue to 58 Bedford. 


8 


William H. Mooers, grocer 




19 


Willis E. Sanborn 


12 


John Anderson 




21 


Tollif A. Larsen 




Edgar L. Lowd 




25 


Frank C. Brown 


14 


Vacant 






Benjamin F. Cary 


16 


William H. Mooers 
Harvey M. Lunt 




27 


Fred C. Seavey 
Chairles A. Hallen 


18 


Mrs. Amelia Peterson 
William H. Greene 




29 


Ole Larsen 


42, 


4 4 Lightfoot street 




51 


John W. Lovely 


50 


George E. Mountfort 
Mrs. Annie M. Parsons 






Miss Eliza A. Jenckes 


54 


Daniel A. Chamberlain 








58 


Henry W. Elchlep 








64, 


68 Conant street 








72 


Clarence W. Small 








74 


Frank M. Churchill 








76 


Miss Abbie H. Sawyer 








78 


' Charles F. Thoits 








80 


Vacant 








86 


Isaac B. Jackson 








88 


Henry B. Jensen 








92, 


96 Grand street * 








102- 


— Bedford street 




93- 


— Bedford street 




WINTER 


STREET. 






WARD 6 






From 163 Dan 


forth 


to opposite 25 Pine. 


12 


John T. Fagan 








14 


Alexander L. Loveitt 
Henry B. Cobb 








22 


Gray street 




21 


Gray street 


24 


Arthur Doucette 




23 


Antonie S. Mitchell 




Lewis H. Plude 




2T, 


Robert Elliott 


26 


James W. Davis 




27 


William J. Johnston 


28 


Mrs. Mahala S. Goold 






John Williamson 




Miss Sarah L. Seiders 




31 


Eugene E. Blodgett 


30 


Miss Mary L. Larkin 
Georere H. Leopold 






(rear) Harry S. Royles 


32 


J. Fred Niesnor 
Harry A. Smith 










(rear) Mrs. Sarah J. Merriit 




35 


Mrs. Helen T. Dyer 


36 


John H. Dooley 




37 


Mrs. Theresa M. Somers 



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ALFRED PEATS' PRIZE PAPERS Retail 



" Portland's Exclusive 
Wall Paper Store." 

Masonic Bldg. Tel. 4490 



EUREKA FUEL CO., 



Telephone Connection. 



Hard and Soft Wood, 
Slabs and lodgings. 

79 FARRIS ST. Charcoal In any Quantity 



£ 264 



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LEFT SIDE. 




WINTER 


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36 


William D. Clark 


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38 


Edward J. Farrell 


£o£ 


40 


Miss Florence Page 


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Mrs. Mary E. Moore 


44 


James M. Watts 


H-o^T 


48 


William E. Chapman 


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50 


George P. Haskell 


52 


Charles A. Robinson 


58 


Spring: street 


60 


Fred H. Palmer 


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64 


Frank W. Palmer 


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William C. Hennessy 


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Harold D. Weston 


70 


John A. Tonneson 




72 


(rear) Henry W. Hannegan 


111 00 

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Henry O. Finch 


74 


J. C. Wilton Perry 






John S. Sponagle 


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William B. Adie 


76 


Miss Barbara A. Fraser 


< > 5 




Charles E. Barbour 


78 


Mrs. Sarah M. Stevens 


S2 


Emmet R. Williams 


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Patrick J. Feury 


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86 


Edward G. Haggett 


88 


Joseph Owen 


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Mrs. Ellen M. Jones 




Frank O. Haskell 




94 


Mrs. Hattie A. Bishop 


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96 


Mrs. Martha A. Dobay 




100 


Charles A. Haskell 


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104 


Charles W. Davis 


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Eugene C. Smith 


32E; 


108 


Peter J. Curran 
John J. Ward 


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(rear) Michael L. Foley 


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110 


Augustus T. Davis 


112 


E. Ambrose Cole 


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James Pye 

Alexander D. Urquhart 


116 


Charles A. Dixon 




Duncan D. Starrett 


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MS 


Mrs. Ellen Dudley 




126 


Mrs. Mary W. Brannen 
Simon B. Doyle 


^^^^ 


128- 


- Pine street 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



HJGHT SIDE. 
T — Continued. 

37 John Edward Ham 
41 Gilman Davis 

Mrs. Adelaide G. Davis 
43 Orlando Libby 
45 Mrs. Annie Monroe 

Lawrence M. Blair 
51 Horace E. Lombard 

Charles F. Lang 
57, 59 Spring street 



67 James I. Barbour 

71 Sewell G. Williams 
Clarence M. French 

75 Mrs. Mary Swett 

Timothy S. McCarth: 

77 Herbert B. Shurtleff 



81 Mrs. Mary Wells 

85 George W. Hall 

87 Joseph B. Bancroft 

91 Edward P. Oxnard 

97 Frank W. Cox 



9 9 



Dr. Philip W. Davis, h and o 



105 Charles B. Mitchell 



109 Irving A. Libbey 
113 Stephen Berry 



117 Mrs. Sophia G. Clark 

Miss Ida Lathrop 
119 Miss Adelina B. Edward; 



129— 
AVINTHROP STREET. 



Pine street 



WARD 2. 
From 13 Madison to 26 Fox 
5 

7 



12 John H. Donovan 

14, 16 Everett street 

22 Mrs. Catherine D. Bryson 
2S William M. Carr 
30 — Fox street 



Patrick White 

Mrs. Mary Riley 

Michael F. Shelvey 
9 T. Christian Bore 
1 1 Mrs. Mary O'Connell 

John H. Craigin 
13 Patrick Lydon 
15 Vacant 
19 William L. Mortensen 

(rear) Horace E. Gilman 
29 — Fox street 



AVOLCOTT STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From Capisic beyond Bancroft to 544 Brighton avenue. 
86 Albert D. Bulman 85 William F. Bodge 

— Rriprhtou avenue — 



Brighton avenue 



WATKINS 



Cleansers 
and Dyers 



563 Congress St. 

131 Woodford St. 

1181 Forest Ave. 



C. H. ROBINSON CO., 



151-153 
COMMERCIAL 
WRAPPING PAPER. BAGS AND TWINE 



ST. 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



265 



LEFT SIDE. 



4 


George W. Keniston 


3 


6 


Melvin D. Stockman 


5 


s 


Mrs. Victoria M. Slater 


7 


12 
14 


Eugene Decker 
Walter A. Brown 
Fore river 


9 
15 
17 



RTGHT SIDE. 
WOOD STREET. 

WARD 8. 
From 1134 Congress to Fore river. 

Samuel M. Skillin 
(rear) Frank E. Roberts 
Arthur H. Bonney 
Joseph Keeley 
George W. Mersereau 
Percy Robinson 
Herman L. Van Blarcom 
John I. Briggs 
Wesley F. Sanderson 
Fore river 



WOODFORD STREET. 



From Back 
Arlington street 



S6 Mrs. Frances D. Eaton 
90 Charles A. Plummer 
9 4 Mrs. Eva Wyman 



104 Vacant 

Andrew C. Anderson 
106 Clyde H. Mclntire 

George H. Huden 
110 Vacant 

Mrs. Lucinda A. Johnson 
112 Thomas J. Mann 

Napoleon A. Cheney 
130 Police station 
132 Post office 
136-140 Forest avenne 

148 Miss Minnie A. Soule, milliner 

William E. Salie, optician 
150 Theodore Petersen, shoemaker 
152 Hans P. Hansen, tailor 
154 Charles B. Walker 

Charles H. Dickson & Son, uphol- 
sterers 
156, 158 John J. Nissen, baker 
160 M. C. R. R. 

164 Leon P. Leighton, painter 
166 Willis & Rumery carpenters 
176 Mrs. Mary P. Clay 
186 Thomas L. Brewster 

Mrs. Angie R. Mansfield 
210 Mrs. Mary E. Harmon 

Noah E. Rankin 
220, 222 Reaeon street 

226 Joseph F. Chute 
234 Dr. William A. Porter, h and o 
244 Edward H. Butler 
246 Arthur M. Soule 
252 Manasseh Smith 
264, 266 Highland street 

276 Catherine McCarthy 

Charles S. Hall 
282 Mrs. Rufus J. Rand 

(rear) Vacant 
288 Walter P. Brazier 

Hilmer Olsen 
2 96 Mrs. Mary S. Card 



WARDS 8, 9 
•ay to 581 Brighton avenue. 

65 Rev. Arthur G. Pettengill 
71 George E. Nichols 
77 Thomas J. J. Kennon 
81 George H. Thompson 
83 Vacant 

89 Mrs. Lillian E. Tucker 
93 Joseph H. Files 
97 Richard W. Helson 
101 Alpha T. Dunn 
105 E. Turner Hatch 
107 George O. D. Soule 
109 Mrs. Flora W. Moore 
111 Perley T. Fickett 
115 Frank H. Cram 
117 Frank W. Silver 

James A. Boe 
121 Graee street 

131 E. L. Watkins & Co., tailors 
133 William H. Smith 

Mrs. Lena H. Hamblen 
143, 145 Forest avenue 

151 Edward J. Chenery, mfr 
159, 161 M. C. R. R. 

165 Hay & Peabody, st 
167 Charles S. Macomber 
169 Christian Madsen 
William P. Osborne 
(rear) Ansel W. Leighton 
173 Mrs. Ellen B. Blagden 
179 Richard H. Darker 

Hiram Gustin 
191 Charles I. Riggs 
199 Woodfords Cong. Church 
205 Mrs. Susie A. Nevens 
211 Nevens street 

217 Alvin S. Wilcox 
221 Austin Linscott 
223 Samuel T. Eveleth 
225 Norwood street 

231 St. Barnabas Hospital 
239 Mrs. Mary D. Scott 
249 Augustus K. Small 

Harry C. Wilbur 
259 Charles S. Harmon 
261 George F. Turner 
267 Frank E. Banks 
271 A. Henrv Ricker 
275 Frank L. Clark 
279, 281 Rerkeley street 

285 George A. Blanchard 



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AGENTS KING WINDSOR CEMENT, LIME. PLASTER, ETC- 

266 PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



296 
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304 
310, 
316 
320 
322 
332 
338 



342 
356 
358 
360 

3 7 0, 
386 
400 
402 

408 



488 
490 
492 
494 
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L.EFT SIDE. 

WOODFORD 
Mrs. Georgia S. Blanchard 
Edward D. Ayer 
Allison V. McAlister 
George W. Wells 
312 Glen wood avenue 

John E. Harmon 
Adolph Grimme 
Mrs. Mary H. Mosher 
Arthur C. Leadbetter 
Palmer S. Clark 
Lincoln W. Tibbetts 
George F. Clark, cigar mnfr 
Vacant 

Alfred H. Goudy teamster 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Highland square 
374 St eve un avenue 

William W. Savage 
John Chlsholm 
George P. Donnelly 
Daniel C. Watson 

O Belfield street 
William G. Hill 

Fellows street 
Harry F. Hubbard 
Fred I. Mills 
Clarence A. Nichols 
Lester M. Hart 
— Brighton avenue 





RIGHT SIDE. 




STREET— -Continued. 




291 


Clesson J. Clark, contractor 




295 


Frank E. Irwin 




297 


Henry I. Nelson 




305 


Greenleaf Herrick 
George A. T. Walker 




309, 


311 Glenwood avenue 




315 


Isaac A. Clough 
Nelson L. Woodbury 




319 


Miss M. Louise Ellis 




325 


Mary J. Lilly 
John J. Goody 




331 


Lawn avenue 




335 


James W. Gallison 




339 


Joseph T. Sayward 




343 


Harold B. Eastman 




347 


William Thomes 




349 


Fred L. Kaler 




355 


William S. Folant 
Miss Alice M. McDonald 




361 


Dr. Charles D. McDonald, h and 
Miss Louise Hixon 

Highland square 


o 


369, 


373 Stevens avenue 

Caldwell streel 




459 


Benjamin F. Roberts, jr. 




501, 


503 Rosemont avenue 




505 


Lewis H. McKenney 




515 


Frederick J. Home 

Columbia road 




533- 


— Brighton avenue 





WORDSWORTH STREET. 

WARD 9. 



From 170 Veranda, 
Clarence G. Thomas 
Matthew H. Kerwin 
Augustus iS. Libby 
Harry A. Chase 
Wilford B. Gordon 
Daniel A. Todd 

Presumpseot river 



northerly to Presumpseot river. 
— Monson G. Douglas 



— Vacant 



Presumpseot river 



YORK STREET. 



WARDS 4, 
From 522 Fore to 12 Clark and 
Thomas T. Thornton 
(rear) Mark O'Hare 
Abraham Brown 
John Roach 
Aliphonse Oprey 
Miss May A. Murray 
Otto Zeitman 
Festus Mulkern 
12 Oscar Horowich, bottles 

Dunnhv's lane 
26 Portland Packing Co. o 
30 Passasre way 

•48 Brown's storehouse 
Storehouse 
Storage 
48 Simmons & Hammond Mfg. Co., 

ice cream 
5 2 Maple street 

56 McDonald Mfg. Co., planing 
mil] 



57 



67 



6, 6. 

commencement of Beach. 
Louis Nelfont junk 
Vacant 

Thomas Joyce 
Andrew Hopkins 
45 Brown's storehouses 
49 Maple street 

Vacant, s 
Patrick Flaherty 
Mrs. Annie Keenan 
James McDonald 
Timothy Sullivan 
James J. Pendergast 
Patrick Hasson. grocer 
Mrs. Barbara Malla 
(rear) Patrick Hasson 
Patrick Costello 
John O'Donnell 
John F. Kelley 
A. R. Wright C, st 
Andrew Conley 
Mrs. Barbara Kelley 
Edward P. Feeney 



NEW ENGLAND Manufacturers of Highest Grade 
rARTlVFT WHRKS SHOW CASES, STORE, BANK 
CAttlNfcl nUKhi AND OFFICE FIXTURES 



KING & DEXTER CO., Hardware and Cutlery 

NO. 11 MONUMENT SQUARE, PORTLAND, MAINE 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY, 1912. 



267 



LEFT SIDE. 



RIGHT SIDE. 



YORK STREET — Continued. 
83 



104, 110 



Higrh street 



134-142 Park street 

144 Burt L. Johnson, grocer 
Pilgrim Club 
Patrick F. Foley 
Edward A. Gray 
Clarence A. Gato 
Thomas E. Quinn 
Fruthe S. Woodsome 



146 
154 



158 

160 



cocoanut cakes 



168 Mrs. Elizabeth Waterman 

Sylvinus Newcomb 

William H. Snyder 

Austin Jordan 
174-180 State street 

182 Mrs. Martha Dean 

Alfred O. Richards 

David W. Cole 
184 Mrs. Celia Ford 

Miss Mary Cook 

Wingate R. Bragdon 

James Sweeney 
192 Miss Catherine McCarthy 

Thomas A. Conley 
194 Joseph Reardon 
196 Edward D. Coolbroth 
202 Tyng street 

204 Bartley H. Murphy 

Peter Kane 
206 John Norton 

Coleman O'Toole 
212 Mrs. Josephine A. Hartford 

Thomas Foley 

(rear) Frederick Roso 

George T. Russell 
William Keatiing 
218 John L. Craven 

Edward S. Whitehall 
224 Daniel E. Hollywood 

Mrs. Mary E. Power 
226 John P. Majors 

Melville C. Percival 

Nelson Madson 



Miss Mary Myers 

James Lynch 

Michael J. Green 

Samuel R. McDowell 

Mrs. Ellen M. Driscoll 

(rear) George J. LaRou 

Vacant 

James F. Donovan 

Thomas Norton 

Mrs. Angle Brown 
105-109 High street 

117 Dennis O'Donnell 

Private stable 

Robert E. Brackett 

Charles R. E. Parker 

Coleman Lee 

Charles E. Skillin 

George D. iStrout 

Charles R. Moore 

(rear) Mrs. Mary Flynn 

Alexander B. Boggs 

(rear) Mrs. Catherine Gallagher 
Mrs. Margaret Howley 

Vacant 

Mrs. Ellen Howley 

John A. Nugent, barber 
Parle street 
143-149 C. E. Parker, grocer 
153 Miss Kate E. Black 

Everett Dow 

George L. Stratton 

Michael King 

Michael F. McDonough 

Mrs. Delia Flaherty 

Jeremiah H. Flaherty 

Fred L. Weaver 

Edward E. Dyer 

Willard E. Bigelow 

Eugene M. Carll 

Clarence H. Milliken 

John F. Finnerty 

Frederick W. Teomans 
181 State street 

Louis H. Lawton 

Henry J. Smith 
- Florence F. Twomey 

John E. Harrigan 

Martin Conley 

John P. Manning 

(rear) Allen B. Case 
201, 203 TynR street 

205. 207 William O. Blake, grocer 



89 



99 
103 



123 

127 



129 



131 

135 
137 
139 
141 



155 

159 

161 
163 

165 

167 
169 

ITS- 
IS? 

189 
191 
195 



209 



213 

215 

217 

219 
221 
223 
227 
229 
231 
235 



Charles J. Bond, shoe repairer 

Almon Woodsome 

Charles J. Bond 

Mrs. Carrie M. Lewis 

Chun Lun. laundry 

William Jackson 

Stephen H. Curry 

George W. Pearson 

Stephen Connolly 

Jarvis Barton 

Tate street 
Frank N. Tucker grocer 
N. Augustus Ollsen 
Joseph Lane, shoe repairer 
Thomas L. Callan. grocer 
Peter A. Whitmore,- barber 



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•240 



LEFT SIDE. 

YORK 
Bracket* street 



Clark street 
Ben eh street 



RIGHT SIDE. 
STREET— Continued. 

2 3 7, 239 Bracket t street 



247 
249 



L'oo 
257 



261 

265 



Vacant 
Fred M. Rainey 
Christopher A. Currie 
Frank J. McGuire 
Charles R. Reddy 
Peter Griffin 
Mrs. Mary Reilly 
Andrew McMullen 
Harris M. Kelley 
Patrick J. Stanton 
Paul H. Landrv 
Joseph G. Gaudlet 
James L. Newell 
Patrick Graney 
Lawrence Newell 
Frank W. Fickett 
Francis N. Mulkern 
James Manning 
Mrs. Julia Mulhern 
Beneh street 
Clark street 



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WHARVES 



BERLIN WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 344 Commercial street. 
Richardson. Dana & Co., yard 

BERLIN MILLS WHARF. 

WARD 5. 
From 398 Commercial street. 
Berlin Mills Co., lumber yard 

B. & M. R. R. WHARF. 

WARD 5. 
From 368 Commercial street. 
Frank Irving, lumber sheds 
W. W. Riggs & Co., storage 

BROWNS WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 320 Commercial street. 
Nickerson Coal Co., shed 
Independent Cash Wood Co.. fire 

wood 
J. H. Hamlen & Son, cooperage 
Richardson. Dana & Co., yard 
Deering-Winslow Co., lumber yds 
Portland Cooperage Co.. mill 
William W. Webster, stevedore 
Ellas Hersey Roofing Co.. storage 



BURNHAM WHARF. 

WARD 3. 
From 66 Commercial street. 

J. R. McKay & Co., junk 
Rowe Bros. & Co., wreckers 

CENTRAL WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 194 Commercial street. 

Portland Cold Storage Co., o 
S. A. True Co. storage 
1-4 Lord Bros. Co., fish 

5 Portland Cold Storage Co., fish 
Lord Bros. Co., storage 

6 John McKeown, sail loft 
Sebago Lake Ice Co., st 

10 Irwin R. Eaton, wharfinger 

12 Central Wharf Cold Storage Co. 
13_15 Chase, Leavitt & Co., storage 

17 F. fi. Willard Co., fish 

20 Lord Bros. Co., storage 

25 Portland-Monson Slate Co. 

26 Storage 

?6 Charles S. Chase Co., storage 
(end) Lord Bros. Co., storage 



H. E. MURD0CK CO., Opticians, 



Glasses Made and Repaired 



Y. M. C. A. Building: 
Congress Square 
Lenses Duplicated Promptly 



11,000 CIRCULATION 

Largest Sunday Circulation 
East of Boston. 



THE SUNDAY TELEGRAM 



PORTLAND STREET DIRECTORY. 1912. 



269 



WHARVES 
COMMERCIAL WHARF. 

WARDS 3, 4. 
From 156 Commercial street. 
1-6 Eben A. Poole, sailmaker 
2-4 Abee Herman, bags 
5 Charles S. Chase Co., lime, etc 

8 James H. McDonald, automobiles 
10 Sargent, Lord & Co., ship stores 

11, 13 W. L. Daggett & Co., stable 

12, 14 Edwin C. Dyer, oysters, clams, 

wholesale 
William H. Rohr, machinist 

15 Wallace S. Hill, clams 

16 Edward G. Davis, rsnt 

17 Charles E. Cross, clams 

IS George L. Hall & Co., lobsters 

19 Charles P. Arey, fish 

20 Arthur P. Homer, engines 

22 Vacant, s 

23 George Wilcox, clams 

24 Charles A. 'Scott, machinisl 

25 Albion C. Bennett, fish 

26 Vacant 

28 Henry Sargent Co., fish 
30 W. T. Studley Co., fish 

(end) John Loveitt & Co., ash 

J. Waterman Trefethen. fish 
Trefethen & Dugan, steve- 
dores 
Fireman's Safety Belt To. 
Water boat Doris 
Marston Lobster Co. 

CUSTOM HOI SE WHARF. 

WARD 3. 
From 98 Commercial street. 
4 14 Mrs. Annie O'Hara 

5 Albert H. Worden. rsnt 

6 Mrs. Annie O'Hara, rsnt 

7 Edward H. Chambers, shoe repairer 

9 R. D. Hamilton & Co., fish 
13 Bacon Manifold Co. 

17 Lewis McDonald, lobsters 
IS 1 /* Charles Thunbor^ 

19 W.illiam H. Kennedv, fish 

20 Albert S. Marr, fruit 

Casco Bay & Harpswell lines, o 
Maine Coast Transportation Co., o 
Williams Bros., gasoline motors 
Port. & Boothbay Steambt. Co.. o 
(end) Lighthouse Inspector's Dept. 
The Clark-Eddy Co., storage 
West End Dairv Ice Cream 
Co. 

DEAKE WHARF. 
WARD 6. 

From 442 Commercial street. 

E. C. Beechwood Ice Co., st 
Wilson Lumber Co., storage 

FRANKLIN WHARF. 

WARD 3. 

From 44 Commercial street. 
5 William F. Dresser, rsnl 
Maine Steamship Co., o 
Eastern Steamship Co.. o and land- 
ing 
Chase Transfer Co.. trucking 



— Continued. 

HOHSON WHARF. 

WARD 5. 
From 382 Commercial street. 
Rufus Deering Co., lumber sh 
Frank Dudley Co., sheds 

HO L VOICE WHARF. 

WARD 5. 

From 416 Commercial street. 

Saco Valley Canning Co., sh 

D. Otley Chase, granite 

Gurney Coal & Wood Co., wood 
yard 

Portland Power Boat Association 

G. L. Day, storage 

Portland Building Supply Co., stor- 
age 

Greeley & Co., grindstones 

LONG WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 170 Commercial street. 
3 Hannaford Bros. Co., wholesale 

produce 
8 Scarboro Beach Packing Co., canned 

goods 
8% Charles B. Mallet, shipwright 
10-11 N. A. Woodman, junk 
\l x /z Smith & Langmaid, machinists 
W. David Murray, carpenter 

15 Storehouse 

16 Isaac M. Gerber. junk 
17, 18 Charles W. Noyes. truckman 

18 Vacant, s 

19 Alvin Smith, oil mnfr 
23, 24 Charles A. Dyer, fish curer 

(end) Sargent-Dennison Co., coal 

sheds 
Water boats .Sebago. Startler and 

Wawenoc 

MERCHANTS' WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 308 Commercial street. 
Portland Sebago Ice Co., icehouse 
Kendall & Whitney, storage 
The E. T. Burrowes Co.. storage 
Portland Yacht Club House 

MERRILL WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 256 Commercial street. 
The Twitchell-Champlin Co. 
(end) Howard H. Trefethen gas- 
oline engines 
Samuel Hodgson, gasoline 

PORTLAND PIER. 

WARD 3. 
From 134 Commercial street. 
6 Samuel Seiger, junk 
S Fred A. Jackson, fruits 
22. 24. 26 W. E. Carter & Co., junk 
28 Horace T. Butterworth. boats 
25-33G. D. Thorndike Machine Co. 



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WHARVES 
PORTLAND PIER — Continued. 

38 W. S. Jordan & Co.. storage 

39 Palmer Bros.,, gasoline engines 
40-42 X. F. Trefetben Co., lobsters 

44 Portland Sailmaking Co. 

45 U. S. engineers steamer, "Norka," 

landing and storage 
48 Albert C. Varney, clams 
54-56 W. L. Daggett & Co., fish 
58 U. S. Quartermaster's landing 
60 People's Ferry Co., waiting rm 
and o 
Mrs. G. F. Davis, fruit, cigars, etc 
Peaks Island Ferry Co., waiting 

rm and o 
"Water Boat Ben Hur 
Steam Fire Engine No. 7 
U. S. Quarantine Boat Petrel 
First Div. Naval Reserves, rms 
U. S. barge office 

RAILROAD WHARF. 
WARD 6. 

From 464 Commercial street. 
Portland Terminal Co. 
B. & M. R. R. freight depot 
M. C. R. R. freight depot 

RANDALL & MCALLISTER'S WHARF, 

WARD 3. 

From 76 Commercial street. 
Randall & McAllister's coal pock- 
ets 

RICHARDSON'S WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 280 Commercial street. 
Portland Cooneraere Co.. sheds 
Smith & Rumerv. storage 

STATE STREET WHARF. 
WARD 6. 
From 458 Commercial street. 
Wilson Lumber Co. 

STURDIVANT WHARF. 
WARDS 5, 6. 
From 428 Commercial street. 
Augustus Johnson, boat builder 
Megquier & Jones Co., coal storage 
L. L. Mason, shed 



-Continued. 

UNION WHARF. 

WARD 4. 
From 234 Commercial street. 

1, 2 Cudahy Packing Co., dressed 

beef 
2^ Sylvan Shurtleff, o 
2%George A. Shurtleff, wharfinger 

W. H. Shurtleff Co., o 
3 Cudahy Packing Co., storage 
4-10 J. J. Lappin & Co., grain 

11 J. J. Lappin & Co., storage 

12 W H. Shurtleff & Co., storage 
13-15 Portland Paper Stock Co. 

Conant, Patrick & Co., storage 

16 Storage 

17 Storage 

21-22 William I. Lumbard, roofing 

23 Smith & Abbott Co. 

24-25 Burnham & Morrill, storage 

26 W. A. Waldron, storage 

27 .Storage 

28 D. W. True & Co., storage 
29-32 W. H. Shurtleff & Co., storage 
33-35 'Storage 

36-38 Deering Coal & Wood Co. 

39 Storage 

41-44 Storage 

45 Storage 

58-60 Storaere 

64", 65 Storage 



WIDGERY WHARF. 

WARD 4. 

From 212 Commercial street. 

Joseph H. Blake, wharfinger and 

agt Eastern Packets 
Harry N. Blake, real estate 
A. R. Wright Co., coal pockets 
George A. Shurtleff, agt Eastern 

Packets 
N. E. Tel. artrJ Tel. Co.. storage 
N. E. Tel. and Tel. Co., storage 



WRIGHT'S WHARF. 

WARD 5. 
From 350 Commercial street. 

A. R. Wright Co., coal pockets 



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12 Merrill and Quebec Sts. 

*13 North and Montreal Sts. 

14 Washington Ave. and Oxford St. 

15 Fox and Hammond Sts. 

16 Cumberland Ave. and Sheridan St. 
121 Howard and Turner Sts. 

131 Washington Ave. and Veranda St. 

132 Presumpscot St., near True. 

133 Olympia and Veranda Sts. 

134 Washington and Ocean Aves. 

135 Washington Ave. and Ray St. 

136 Washington Ave., near Riverside Sch. 

137 Washington and Allen Aves. 

138 Allen Ave., near Col. Moore's. 

139 Auburn, near Lambert St. 

141 Veranda St., near Grand Trunk Bridge. 

151 Ocean Ave. and George St. 

152 Ocean Ave. and Sawyer St. 

153 Washington Ave. and Inverness St. 

154 Portland^ Rend'g W'ks, Presumpscot St. 

21 Vesper St. and Eastern Promenade. 

22 Portland Company (Private.) 
*23 Wilson and Munjoy Sts. 

24 Fore and Waterville Sts. 

*25 Engine House, head of North St. 

26 Adams and Mountfort Sts. 

27 India and Commercial Sts. 
*28 Congress sand India Sts. 

°9 Franklin Wharf and Commercial St. 

"212 Congress and Vesper Sts. 

213 Sheridan and Monument Sts. 

214 Newbury and India Sts. 
221 Fore and Mountfort Sts. 

223 Thomas Laughlin Co.. Fore St. 

231 St. Lawrence St. and Gilbert Lane. 

261 Congress and Mountfort Sts. 

271 Grand Trunk Elevator No. 2. 

272 Grand Trunk Elevator No. 3. 

291 Randall & McAllister. 

292 Eastern S. S. Co.. Franklin Whf. 

293 Maine S. S. Co., Franklin Whf. 

294 Chase Transfer Stable. 

31 Mayo and Oxford Sts. 

32 Wilmot St. and Cumberland Ave. 

33 No School. 

34 Lancaster and Pearl Sts. 

35 Oxford and Chestnut Sts. 

36 Preble and Oxford Sts. 

37 Elm St. and Cumberland Ave. 
312 Lancaster and Franklin Sts. 
813 Anderson and Lancaster Sts. 

314 Cumberland Ave. and Myrtle St. 

315 Anderson St. and Cumberland Ave. 

4 Middle and Franklin Sts. 

41 Fore and Custom House Sts. 

*42 Pearl St.. opp. Milk. 

43 Market and Commercial Sts. 

44 Middle and Plum Sts. 

45 Middle and Exchange Sts. 

*46 Engine House Cong. St., near Market. 

47 Federal and Temple Sts. 

48 Franklin and Congress Sts. 

412 Union and Fore Sts. 

413 Middle and Free Sts. 

414 Commercial and Center Sts. 

415 Fore and Center Sts. 

416 Twitchell-Champlin Co. 

417 Clark Ice Co.. Commercial St. 

418 Western Lnion Tel. Co.. Exchange St 

419 Milliken. Tomlinson Co's. 

421 Church and Newbury Sts. 

422 A. F. Cox ,\: Son. 

423 Parker Thomes Co. 

424 Electrical Appliance Bldg., Federal St 

441 Falmouth Hotel. 

442 Electric Light Station. Plum St. 

451 Fore and Dana Sts. 

452 Delano Mill, Fore St. 

461 Portland Cooperage Co., Commercial Si. 

5 Congress St.. opposite head of Preble. 

51 Kennebec and Preble Sts. 

52 Portland and Parris Sts. 

53 Engine House. Cong. St.. near Oak 
*54 Cumberland and Forest Aves. 

55 Forest Ave. and Portland Sr. 

56 Forest Ave. and Kennebec St. 

57 High and Grant Sts. 

58 Deering and Henry Sts. 

59 Brown and Free Sts. 

511 Loring. Short & Harmon. 

512 Congress and Pine Sts. 

513 Cumberland Ave. and State Sr. 

514 Congress and Walker Sts. 



515 

516 

517 

*521 

522 

523 

524 

525 

531 

532 

534 

*6 

61 

62 

*63 

64 

65 

67 

68 

611 

612 

613 

614 

615 

621 

622 

623 

*631 

641 

642 

7 

71 

72 

*73 

74 

75 

76 

712 

713 

*714 

715 

717 

721 

723 

724 

*751 

8 

81 

82 

83 

84 

*85 

*86 

*87 

*812 

*813 

814 

815 

816 

821 

822 

823 

824 

825 

831 

832 

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91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

912 

913 

914 

915 

916 

917 

918 

♦921 

922 

924 

925 

931 

932 

934 

935 



Mellen and Sherman Sts. 

Lafayette Hotel, Congress St 

Columbia Hotel 

Cumberland Ave. and Casco St. 

Haskell & Jones. 

Porteous, Mitchell & Braun Co. 

Portland Theatre. 

Edwards & Walker, Monument Sq. 

Congress Square Hotel. 

Eastman Bros. & Bancroft. 

Owen, Moore & Co. 

South and Spring Sts. 

York and Maple Sts. 

High and Danforth Sts. 

Engine House, Spring St. 

Commercial and Park Sts. 

R. R. Wharf, foot of State St. 

York and Tyng Sts. 

State and Danforth Sts. 

M. C. Coal Pockets. 

Marrett Lumber Co. 

Rufus Deering Lumber Co. 

A. R. Wright Co. 

jT. H. Hamlen & Son, Brown's Wharf. 

High and Congress Sts. 

Wilson-Irwin Lumber Co. 

Freight Shed. R. R. Wharf. 

Spring and Oak Sts. 

Berlin Mills Co. Whf. 

McDonald's Mill. York St. 



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Weymouth Sts. 

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Lowell Sts. 

A Sts. 

Gilman Sts. 
Payson and Granite Sts. 
Douglass and Congress Sts. 
Brighton and Stevens Aves. 
Thompson Point, M. C. Shops 
Capisic and Frost Sts. 
Congress. St. and Stevens Ave. 
Brighton Ave. and M. C. Cros: 
Congress and Brewer Sts. 
Congress St., Stroudwater. 
Brighton Ave. and Capisic St. 
Commercial and Clark Sts. 
M. C. Yardmaster's Office. W. Com'l St 
Danforth and School Sts. 
Brackett and Danforth Sts. 
Clark and Spring Sts. 
Engine 3 House, Brackett St. 
Thomas and Pine Sts. 
Clifford and Neal Sts. 
Vaughau and Danforth Sts. 
Bramhall and Brackett Sts. 
Congress and Bramhall Sts. 
Emery and Danforth Sts. 
Charles and Crescent Sts. 
Brackett and Neal Sts. 
Car House, St. John St. 
Yaughan and Pine Sts. 
Emery and Spruce Sts. 
Salem and Clark Sts. 
Aver. Houston Co. Hat Factory. 
Gas Works. 

Forest Ave. and Winslow Sts. 
Forest Ave. and Belmont Sr 
Hose House. Pitt St.. Oakdale. 
Beacon and Lincoln Sts. 
Forest and Pleasant Aves. 
Bedford, near Winslow St. 
Forest Ave. and Fessenden St. 
Pleasant Ave. and Florence St. 
St. Barnabas Ho, pita!. 
Deering Ave. and Woodford 
Deering Ave. and Coyle St. 
Glenwood Ave. and Concord 
Highland and Prospect Sts. 
Forest Ave. and Walton St. 
Highland ami Woodford Sts. 
Richardson St.. near Leland. 
Pleasant and Stevens Aves. 
Street R. R. Car House. MorrdU. 
Stevens Ave., opp. Waverly St. 
Tunction Forest and Stevens Aves. 
Stevens Ave. and Woodford St. 
Woodfords St. and Brighton Ave. 
Friendless Boys' Home, Forest /V 
Forest Ave.. Riverton Road 

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ADDITIONS AND REMOVALS 



These additions and removals are important items, 
but they will do you no good unless you make the 
changes here noted in the body of the book. 

Allen Ruth E. Miss, stenographer 85 Exchange, bds. at Yarmouth 
Anderson Abraham W. (Cropley A: Anderson), 562 Congress, rms. 18 

Casco 
Bailey Ralph E. mgr. (Sanford)., h. 73 Pitt 
Bragdon W. B. pres. Maine Trap Rock and Contracting Co., 415 Con. 

gress, rin. 666 
Briggs Charles (i. I Cram & Briggs), 85 Exchange 
Bruns Matthias, shoemaker 202 Federal, h. 1431 Congress 
Bryant C. Ralph, clerk 238 St. John, h. 6 Arlington pi. 
Cobb Susie P. Miss, milliner 547a Congress, h. rear 139 Brackett 
Cram Harry L. (Cram & Briggs). 85 Exchange, h. 1250 Forest av. 

& Briggs (Harry L. Cram and Charles G. Briggs), lawyers 85 
Exchange 
Cropley Alton I. (Cropley & Anderson), 562 Congress, h. 50 Lincoln 

& Anderson (Alton I. Cropley and Abraham W. Anderson). 
boots and shoes 562 Congress 
Davis Frederick D'., gen. mgr. and treas. Maine Trap Rock and Con- 
tracting Co. 415 Congress, rm. 656 
Dixon Royal E.. clerk 278 Middle, h. 49 Clifton 

Downey Edward C. Rev., pastor Church of the Messiah, h. 00 Morning 
Emmons Willis T.. collector Custom House, h. at Saco 
Fenley Edward T., lawyer 114} 2 Exchange, h. 159 Congress 
Greene C. Ronald, clerk 419 Congress, bds. Columbia Hotel 
Hatch Arthur F.. rms. 18 Casco 

Heanue Mary M. Miss, stenographer 85 Exchange, bds. 32 Montreal 
Heseltine Charles T.. asst. gen. mgr. 465 Congress, rm. 1013, bds. 66 

Atlantic 
Hunt Ralph W. K.. mgr. 562 Congress, rm. 211 

Iluskins George A. (Iluskins & Seifort). 13 Cotton st. ct.. h. 16 Em- 
mons 
& Seifort (George A. Iluskins and George H. Seifort), painters 13 
Cotton st. ct. 
Huston Aimer J., bookseller 92 Exchange, h. 216 Vaughan 
Kemp William W., agt. Canadian Express Co. 101 Exchange, h. 216 

Vaughan 
Kerr Daniel E., sign painter 13 Cotton st. ct., h. 25 Melbourne 
Lamson Harold D., draughtsman 384 Fore, h. 49 Bramhall 
Lombard Oliver G. undertaker 879 Congress and 37 Ocean, S. P., h, do. 



Lowell Abner W., stationer and engraver 008 Congress, h. 257 Brighton 
av. 
Abner W. Mrs., teaclier elocution, h. 257 Brighton av. 
Edith Miss. bds. 257 Rrighton av. 

Macdonald John, restaurant 119 Exchange 

Ma honey Fountain Co., bubbling fountains. 73 Union 

MAINE TRAP ROCK & CONTRACTING CO., Frederick 
D. Davis gen. mgr., general contractors 415 Congress, mi. 656 
(see advt.) 

Maloney James P., supt. 415 Congress, rni. 656 

McGuire Matthew 1'. Rev., asst. Sacred Heart church, bds. 80 Sherman 

McKenney George S., trav. salesman 465 Congress, h. 216 Vaughan 

Miller Henry F. & Sons Piano Co., Ralph W. E. Hunt mgr.. 562 Con- 
gress, rm. 211 

Mountfort Sumner L., clerk Congress Sq. Hotel, bds 10 Clinton 

O'Rotirke Cornelius S., plasterer 21 Cove, h. do. 

O'Sullivan Myles F.. plumber 114 Brackett, h. 213 Higli 
Justin, plumber 114 Brackett, bds. 214 High 

Perkins Willis L.. clerk G. T. R., bds. 88 Park 

Perry Marguerite F. Miss, stenographer 85 Exchange, bds 101 Clark 

Powers Doris H. Miss. bds. 22 Craigie 

Fred W., pies. Portland Creamery 443-447 Portland, h. 22 Craigie 

Richardson Edward T., stenographer Superior Court County bldg., 
bds. Island av.. P. I. 

Ricker Hiram & Sons. E. P. Ricker pres., B. S. Robinson treas., spring 
water 465 Congress, rm. 509 

Robinson Benjamin S.. treas. 465 Congress, rm. 509 

Rounds L. Raymond, clerk 465 Congress, rm. 509 

Sanderson Benjamin B.. asst. treas. 416 Congress, rm. 656, bds. 94 Neal 

Savage Edmund YV.. salesman 470 Congress, h. 762 do. 

Seifort George H., (lluskins & Seifort) 13 Cotton st. ct., bds. 6 Stone 

Somers Herbert C, optometrist 499^ Congress, h. 42 Lafayette 



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STATE YEAR BOOK 

for 1912-1913 

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b. or bds. boards insp. 

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bldg. building mgr. 

blk. block mfg. 

byd. beyond mfr. 

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Am. Ex. Co. 

American Express Co. 
B. B. Bowery Beach 

B. & M. R. R. 

Boston & Maine Railroad 

C. B. & H. L. 

Casco Bay ana Harpswell Lines 
C. C. Cape Cottage 

C. E. Cape Elizabeth 

C. E. L. Co. Consolidated Elec- 

tric Light Co. 

D. S. S. Co. 

Dominion Steamship Co. 

E. S. S. Co. 

Eastern Steamship Co. 
G. T. E. Grand Trunk Elevator 
G. T. R. Grand Trunk Railway 
L. T. Long Island 

M. C R. R. 

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Telegraph Company 

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P. I. 
P. I. & S. Co 

Portland Iron and Steel Co. 
P. R. R. Portland Railroad Co. 
P. S. F. Co. 

Portland Stove Foundry Co. 
P. S. W. Co. 

Portland Stone Ware Co. 
P. T. C. Co. 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 
P. T. Co. Portland Terminal Co. 
R. M. S. Railway Mail Service 

S. O. Co. Standard Oil Co. 

S. P. South Portland 

TV. U. T. Co. Western Union 

Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



When the name of a corporation, factory or firm appears imme- 
diately after the name, it indicates the place of business. After the 
name of the street, the word street is omitted. 



AAGESON ELIZABETH B., music teacher, h. 436 St. John 
Katherine C. Miss, teacher, bds. 436 St. John 

Aaskov Clifton, carpenter 85 Kennebec, bds. 857 Washington av. 
Charles H., (h, 857 Washington av. 
Peter P., foundryman 58 iFore, h. 66 Melbourne 
Peter W., teamster 366 Cong., h. rear 845 Washington av. 

Abbott Amos, clerk 335 Allen av., h. 1378 Washington av. 
Angie M. Miss, moved to Boston, Mass. 
Arthur M., police, h. 99 Wilmot 
Arthur W., student, bds. 12 Charles 
Asa F., druggist 65 Portland, h. 1476 Forest av. 
Charles H., telegrapher, bds. 12 Charles 
Charles M., h. 100 Gray 
Chesley, painter, rms. 4 Davis pi. 
?- David 3., cooper, bds. 78 Sherwood 

Davis N., millman 85 Kennebec, h. at Westbrook 
Dorothy Miss, clerk 474 Congress, bds. 12 Charles 
Edith D. Miss, nurse, bds. 219 Cumberland av. 
Edville G., physician 156 Free, rm. 310, h. 14 Deering 
EHda Miss, bds. r. 140 Cumberland av. 
Elizabeth Mrs., bds. 26 Arsenal 
Eugene O., gardener, (h. 1 Highland 
Evelyn, clerk 11 Monument sq., bds. 136 Pleasant 
Frank C, treas. Foster Co. 80 Oak, h. 12 Charles 
George W., cooper 276 Commercial, h. 64 Free 



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«S Ira D., clerk, died June 7, 1911 

* John E., conductor G. T. R., h. 81a Vesper 
2-c John J., watchman, h. 56 Adams 

J5ai Josie Miss, clerk, bds. 118 Winter 

2 OSE Mabel L. Miss, stenographer, rms. 219 Cumberland av. 

BaaTS Mary Miss, housekeeper, bds. 27 Tremont 

3-uS* Mattie C. Miss, clerk, rms. 6 Deering place 

° <*> Melvin C, painter P. T. Co. repair shop, S. P., bds. 100 Gray 

"£ Moses, barber 229 Spring, h. rear 7 Taylor 

- £ M. Lida Miss, milliner, rms. 140 Cumberland av. 

Philip D., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 26 Arsenal 
Ralph Leon (Abbott & Cleaves), 655 Congress, rm. 226, h. 66 

# Parrott, S. P. 

O Rebecca A., widow of Sewall L., h. 90 Ocean av. 

Rebecca A. Miss, bds. 23 Munjoy 
O Walter H., shoemaker 67 Union, bds. 99 Wilmot 

William A., machinist 58 Fore, bds. 56 Adams 
William W., carpenter B. & M. shops, lb. 144 Pickett, S. P. 
• . ABBOTT & CLEAVES (Ralph L. Abbott and Robert E. Cleaves), 

0^ wholesale lumber 655 Congress, rm. 226 (see advt.) 

S^ Abendroth Frank F., clerk 544 Deering av., h. 30 Ocean av. 
i Abildgaard Emil L., baker, h. 128 North 

Vj Aboud Nazlie L. Miss, student, bds. 6 Deering place 
P^*1 Abousafy John, janitor 253 Middle, bds. 3 Marie Terrace 
-<- >y Abrahamson Annie Miss, clerk 551 Congress, bds. 422^ Fore 
L^T David, clothing 354 Fore, h. 422^ do. 

' l Isaac, carpenter G. T. shops, h. 650 Ocean av. 

L^ ^Y Jennie Miss, clerk 510 Congress, bds. 422% Fore 

^^ Julius, clerk, bds. 422a Fore 

^Nrf Lazarus, clothing, h. 33 Deer 

Louis, clerk, 324 Fore, bds. 33 Deer 
^^ Max, peddler, h. 422a Fore 

~/J Samuel, tailor 377a Fore, h. 50 Federal 

Qm Thomas, carpenter, h. 24^ Sawyer 

^?1 Abram Simon, grocer 233 Fore, h. do. 
Abrams Abraham, peddler, h. 80 Salem 
.* Hiram, mgr. 465 Congress, rm. 410, bds. 18 Casco 

(""} Isaac, h. 22 Cumberland av. 

^^ Abyssinian Church, 75 Newbury 

Acheson Herbert H., 1st lieu't. C. A. C. Fort Williams, C. E., bds. do. 
Achorn Charles C, pres. 38 Elm, bds. Congress Sq. Hotel 

Frances E. Miss, service observer 45 Forest av., rms. 18 Casco 
Grace A. Miss, seamstress, bds. 20 St. Lawrence 
Helen, boxmaker 68 Cross 

Jennie M., widow of Herman, h. 20 St. Lawrence 
Michael A., treas. 38 Elm, h. 6 Gray 

M. Alberta Miss, bds. 6 Gray *5> 

Achrovd Henry S., civil engineer 120 Exch., rm. 406, h. 175 High 
$Z = Acies Amanda C, widow of Richard, bds. 552 Forest av. 

Acker John B., plater 38 Elm, h. 154 Park av., S. P. 
^g-S Ackerman Bros. (Jacob J. & Louis B. Ackerman), clothing and 
jewelry 409 Fore 
Jacob J. (Ackerman Bros.), 409 Fore, bds. 11 Vine 
Sj 6 Louis B. (Ackerman Bros.), 409 Fore, bds. 11 Vine 

E.w Percy St. €., trading stamps 22 Forest av., h. 178 Neal 

>§ Ackley Ambrose V., janitor P. I. school and prop. Toronto Cottage 
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ACKROYD 

AcKroyd Walter, rms. Ill Pearl 

ACME MACHINE CO., machinery mfrs., Frank A. Peacock, supt. 

151 Kennebec (see advt.) 
Acres Eliza Mrs., bds. 633 Congress rm. 207 
Adams Abbie A. Mrs., dressmaker 19 Howard, h. do. 

Abbie F. Miss, bds. <53 Brentwood 

Adela S., widow of John M., h. 25 Highland 

Adele H. Miss, ds. 25 Highland 

Albert H., h. 34 Prospect 

Andrew, master mariner, h. 125 Park 

Angelina K. Miss, housekeeper 3-6t> Brighton av., bds. do. 

B. Jesse, died May 2%, 1911 

Caleb W., farmer, h. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

Carrie E. Miss, bds. 86 Granite 

Catherine Mrs., bds. 27 Thomas 

iCatherine A., widow of Silas L., bds. 63 Brentwood 

Charles, h. 49 Alder 

salesman 165 Middle, h. 15 Lightfoot 
(Anderson, Adams & Co.), 38 Exchange, h. 228 



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Charles H., 
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asst. janitor Federal Court House, h. 21 Cottage, 



ins. agt. 4-65 Congress rm. 214, h. 49 Alder 

Clarence E., watchman Canal Nat. Bank 188 Middle, h. 22 
Grand 

Clarence E., laborer, h. 95 Stanford, S. P. 

Clayton E., stereotyper 97 Exchange, bds. 49 Alder 

Clifford F., plumber, bds. 83 Portland 

Daisy R. Miss, bookkeeper 22 Arsenal, bds. 43 Prospect 

Derwood C, clerk 387 Congress, h. 404 M» do. 

Eanl E., telephone operator, moved to Watertown, Mass. 

Edward P., automobile repairer, bds. 7 Greenleaf 

Eliza A., widow of William H., bds. £4 Emery 

Ella M. Miss, h. 14 Gray 

Ellory C, brakeman M. C. H. R., h. 200 Elm, S. P. 
ADAMS ELMER E., plumber 129 Pearl, h. 221 High (see advt.) 

Ernest C, reporter 31^ Exchange, bds. at Westbrook 

Frances E., widow of Samuel, bds. 683 Brown, S. P. 

Frank A., clerk 151 Commercial, h. 1006 Sawyer, C. E. 
ADAMS FRANK F., photographer 587% Congress, h. 63 Brentwood 

THE ADAMS STUDIO, 

HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

(FRANK FORRESTALL ADAMS, PROP.) 

5871-2 CONGRESS STREET. 

CUSTODIANS OF NEGATIVES MADE BY THE LAMSON STUDIO AND 
LONGFELLOW GALLERY. 

Adams Fred W., baker 551 Brighton av., bds. 82 Lancaster 
George F., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 14 Bradford 
George Willis, clerk 554 Congress, h. 760 Washington av. 
Hannah M. Mrs., laundress, h. 100 India 

Harry W. (Greeley & Adams), 406 Washington av., h. 592 do. 
Hattie Miss, housekeeper, rms. rear 431 Congress 
Henry C, lieutenant Hose 11, 579 Ocean av., h. 609 do. 
Henry H., clerk 202 Commercial, h. 79 Anthoine, S. P. 



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ADAMS 

J. Henry, clerk, h. 7$ Anthoine, S. P. 

James, rms. 602 Congress rni. 10 

James R., real estate, bds. 228 Brackett 

John A., carpenter, h. 82 Lancaster 

John Q. t driver 181 Brackett, bds. 271 Cumberland av. 

John H., mgr. 68 Cross, h. 45 Montrose 

John M., agt. 179 Commercial, h. 47 Hartley 

Josepn T., sec. Walter Corey Co. 28 Free, ii. 25 Rackleft" 

is.ate A. Mrs., bds. 63 Brentwood 

Katherine, widow of George W., h. Seventh 

.Lena, teacher 85 Spring, bds. do. 

Lester, clerk, bds. 85 Pleasant 

Lester E., mgr. 547a Congress, bds. 85 Cumberland av. 

LiJa Mrs., laundress 481 Fore, h. Falmouth 

Lucretia J., widow of James T., h. 43 Prospect 

Lucy E. Miss, bds. 48 Neal 

Lydia J., widow of Edward L. O., h. 228 Brackett 

Marada F. Miss, principal Emerson grammar school, bds. 48 

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Marcia E. Miss, bookkeeper 117 Exchange, bus. 104 North 



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Mary Miss, bds. 22 Free 



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g» Mary H., widow of George H., bds. 203 Cumberland av. 

Of Mary J., widow of Andrew J., h. 45 Merrill 

» Mary L., compositor 193 Federal, bds. 31 Vesper 

ui Mary M. Miss, clerk 143 Fore, bds. 104 North 

^i O Moses P., buyer 67 Union, h. 42 Grafton 

^~. \ Nina B. Miss, bookkeeper 517 Congress, bds. 107 Clark 

KJJ i Ole, cabinet maker 71 Kennebec, rms. 271 Cumberland av. 

^ o Ozman, clerk 26 York, h. 40 West 

^L 2 Ralph E., teamster 213 Federal, h. 218 Washington av. 

^5 ^ K-euoen, brass finisher 33 Peari, bds. at Falmouth 

t\\ N Reuben L., clerk 245 Commercial, bds. 89 Pleasant 

Ig. Richard, laborer, bds. 167 Lincoln, S. P. 

V* Robert N., clerk post-office, h. 701 Congress 

Sadie E. Miss, clerk, bds. 82 Lancaster 
Sarah E. Miss, bds. 82 Deering av. 
" Silas B., mgr. 3 Deer and treas. &6 Cross, h. 79 Falmouth 

H, Susan J. Mrs., h. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

H Wallace V., trav. salesman, h. 221 Concord 

W T alter N., farmer, h. Hannaford rd., C. E. 
Will H., bookkeeper 12 Elm, h. 84 Leland 
William A., watchman, h. 82 Deering av. 
William C, laborer, h. Mussey rd., S. P. 
William H., clerk 390 Congress, h. 1 Gay 



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William H. W., barber 478% Congress, rms. 62 Elm 

William L., moved to East Baldwin 

William L., supt. 33 Pearl, h. 11 Gray 

(William L. jr., iron worker 33 Pearl, h. at Yarmouth 

William S., janitor, bds. 82 Deering av. 
Adde Sven A. (Adde & Co.), 59 Kennebec, h. 42 Montreal 

& Co. (Sven A. Adde and Emil Ek), machinists 59 Kennebec 
Addison Albert R., lunch 64 Portland, bds. Park Hotel 
Adie William B., trav. salesman, h. 74 Winter 
Adjutant Annie W., nurse, bds. 56% Sherman 
Adley Patrick, laborer, h. 43 Center 



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Adriance Piatt & Co., Roy C. Smith, gen. agt. agric. implements 465 \JJ q. 

Congress, rm. 211 Q) — 

Advocate Publishing Co., Rev. Joseph K. Wilson treas. and mgr. 95 ^ (ft 

Exchange, rm. 16 ? 

AETNA LIFE-INSURANCE CO., Harry L. Smith mgr. 191 Middle, 5 

rms. 17-20 (see advt.) 
Affleck Agnes L., widow of James L., h. 476 Ocean, S. P. 

Ralph M. (Watson & Affleck), 493 *£ Cong., h. 476 Ocean, S. P. 
Agazarian Bobee, barber 198 Brackett, h. 17 Bradford 

Gavis, barber, bds. 17 Bradford 
Agger Samuel J., clothing 295-297 Fore, h. 299 do. 

Z., h. 3 Vine 
Aggers Frances Miss, clerk, bds. 42 C, S. P. 
Aggus Frances, bookkeeper 563 Congress, bd. 42 C, S. P. 
Agostino Annie, stitcher, bds. 108 Washington av. 

Fred D., prop. 56 Temple, h. 108 Washington av. 
Ahern Annie C. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 56 Tyng 

Frank J., barber 8 Forest av., bds. 56 Tyng 

Grace W. Mrs., stenographer City Hall, rms. 33 Myrtle 

John F., trav. salesman 106 Commercial, h. 51 Congress 

Robert E., chairman board of registration City Hall, rms. 33 
Myrtle 

Timothy, boiler inspector, h. 56 Tyng 

William T., bds. 56 Tyng 

SEE O'HEARN 
Ahlquist August, master mariner rear 253 Forest av., h. 103 Ocean av. 

Olof J., car repairer G. T. R., h. 181 Washington av. 
Aides Solomon, shoe repairer 188 Brackett, h. 22 Chatham 
Aiken Carrie B. Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 1099 Congress 

Thomas, teamster 69 Cross, rms. do. 
Akeley Abbie F., widow of Eugene M., bds. 13 Myrtle 

Arthur G., bookkeeper 5 Monument sq., h. 65 Spring 
Akerly Albert, bds. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Bessie M. Miss, clerk, bds. 172 Grant 

David W., clerk 522 Congress, bds. 172 Grant 

Florence Miss, folder 24 Exchange, bds. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Hattie Miss, milliner 2 Beac<h, bds. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Henry E., clerk M. C. R. R., bds. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Mildred M. Miss, operator 144 Middle, bds. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Rufus A., machinist, h. 37 Central av., S. P. 

Thomas H., carpenter, h. 172 Grant 

SEE ACKLEY 
Akers Clarence E., clerk 432 Commercial, h. 12 Sawyer £^jj 

Albee Fred I., carpenter, h. 74 Spring 

Sara Mrs., bds. 3 Deering place 
Albert David, peddler, h. 11 Smith n *~" 

Israel, clothing 542^ Congress rm. 1, rms. 15 Shepley i CO 

Leona C, domestic 331 Spring, bds. do. ° °° 

Philip H., mgr. 463a Congress rm. 1, h. 81 Myrtle n _j 

Alberti Nicolo, laborer, h. 101 Fore o CD 

Roscoe, barber 638 Congress, bds. 97% Middle ° S3 

Alberts Bertha Miss, bds. 54 Montreal z EEL 

Albion (The), Hudson S. Draper, prop., 247 Federal o CO 

James F. Rev., pastor Congress Sq. Universalist Church, h. n c^O 
144 Pine ° =3" 

Albling Louis, tailor, h. 106 Preble £g 

Percy, tailor 172 Cumberland av., bds. 106 Preble ~-* 

Albue Oscar J., laborer, h. 10 India 



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u g Alchorn Artemus G., carpenter 105 Preble, h. 55 William 

*■ u I Alcott Elmer G., teamster, h. 12 Lancaster 
"g ®.§ Alden Adelbert, painter, bds. 80 Concord 
.£ £0. Arthur G., photographer 597 Congress, h. do. 

or © +j George F., station agent Deering Junction, <b. 804 Stevens av. 

£ . g Harry C, stenographer 147 Pleasant av., bds. do. 

w « | Ira C, shipper 566 Congress, bds. at Gorham 

£« J John, sub. master Portland high school, h. 12 Gray 

•§£+* Louisa R., widow of William L., bds. 12 Gray 

£>^ Richard L., engineer, h. 72 Adams 

4* Robert E., prop. 463 Congress, h. 501 Cumberland av. 

£ Wm. O., prop. 463 Congress, h. 501 Cumberland av. 

Alderson Ida A. Mrs., fa. 36 State 
» • Aldridh Burt, carpenter, h. Murray lane 
^^ Hubert C, carpenter, h. Murray lane 

f ^ Inez Mrs., housekeeper 1277 Forest av., h. do. 

^* James, carpenter, bds. 43 Myrtle 

f y ^ ALEXANDER ARTHUR R., stoves, furnaces, etc. 22 Monument sq., 
jTTf h. 22 Sherman (see advt.) 

C«? Asthma Cure Co., Frank H. Smith mgr., 42^ Exchange 

^iiirH Catherine Mrs., clerk 522 Congress, bds. 145 Spring 

Catherine D., widow of George F., h. 80 Morning 
Charles, h. 17 Locust 
Charles D., treas. (The Emery- Waterhouse Co.) 143 Middle, h. 

83 Spruce 
Cora M. Miss, stenographer 415 Congress, bds. 17 Locust 
^^ Edward B., undertaker, h. Long Island 

f 1 Frederick A., clerk 374 Congress, h. 172 Newbury 

G. F. (The), Frank H. Smith, treas., drugs 42% Exchange 
^^ G. F. & Co. (Frank H. Smith), real estate 42 y 2 Exchange 

^ " James, laborer, h. 37 Fore 

£JL3 James P., laborer, bds. 37 Fore 

Joseph* clerk 166 Commercial, h. 67 Portland 
Letitia Miss, nurse, rms. 7 Walker 
Levi, master mariner, h. Long Island 
** Lincoln W., trav. salesman 307 Commercial, h. 61 Falmouth 
flQ Marion R. Miss, student, bds. 31 Revere 

Minnie C. Miss, bds. 80 Morning 
-• Phyam P., h. 31 Revere 

Wh^ Samuel, surfman C. E. life-saving station, h. near do. 

m Sarah F., widow of John T., h. 143 Scammon, S. P. 

f j Sarah Mrs., h. 37 Fore 

'"^ William J., boiler maker 11 Commercial, h. St. Lawrence 

u William T., clerk 144 Middle, bds. 39 Hanover 

M ^ Alfreds T., salesman, h. 101 Danforth 
C o Alibertto Nicholas, laborer, h. 2 Freeman lane 
]C § Alkonski Alphonso, laborer, bds. Mitchell rd., C. E. 
'3 *- All Souls' Church (Universalis!) , 712 Stevens av. 
S - n Allan George H., appraiser U. S. Custom House, and lawyer 191 
U ^ Middle, h. 26 Cushman 

V 'Z H. & A., agts. Allan Line stmrs., J. Richard Clancy, local mgr., 

1 India 
Philip W., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 476 St. John 
Salome, widow of Alexander A., h. 924 Congress 
O Allard George, laborer, h. 2 Ponce 

« Harry D., motorman P. R. R., h. at Westbrook 

Horace K., tailor, bds. 1314 Congress 
Allbright Grace Miss, waitress, bds. 148 Spring 



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Allen Alice E. Mrs., laundress 26 Temple, bds. 1145 Congress 
Alton R., teamster 336 Commercial 
Alvin, teamster 336 Commercial, bds. 88^ Portland 
Benjamin F., pres. 125 Somerset, h, 1320 Forest av. 
Blanche E., widow of Melville S., bookkeeper 615 Congress, 

bds. 9 Chapel 
Blanche V., teacher, bds. 104 Lancaster 
Calvin T., h. Oak 

Caroline P. Miss, nurse, bds. 50 Cushman 
Carroll B., core maker 58 Fore, bds. 89^ Portland 
Charles Addison, shoemaker, h. 36 Pitt 
ALLEN CHARLES G., cashier Portland National Bank, Congress 

cor. Exchange, h. 273 Forest av. (see advt.) 
Charles H., autos r. 682 Congress, h. at Gorham 
Charles H., stove fitter, bds. 150 Spring 
Charles M., shoemaker, h. 19 Cedar 

Charles 3., carpet fitter 190 Middle, h. la Elmwood place 
Charles W., (F. O. Bailey & Co.) 46 Exchange and treas. 43 

South, F v O. Bailey Carriage Co., carriages, etc. 163 and 165 

Middle, h. 149 Pine 
Clarence E., express Union Station and 37 Forest av. and 

automobiles 17 do., h. 421 Cumberland av. 
Terence H., pres. and treas. 187 Brackett, h. 69 William 
Clarence H. Co., Clarence H. Allen treas., painters, 1S7 

Brackett 
Clarence W., laborer, h. 39 Central av., S. P. 
Co. (The), (Mrs. Linnie A. Allen and E. L. Frink), news- 
dealers 381% Congress 
Drawer Slide Co., Benjamin F. Allen mgr., mfrs. drawer slides, 

125 Somerset 
Edgar B., fisherman, h. Peaks Island 
Edgar H., motorman P. R. R., h. 1145 Congress 
Edith, clerk 439 Congress, bds. 83 Mitchell rd., S. P. 
Edward, cook 12 Brown, h. 41 Hartley 
Edward G., driver 156 Woodford, bds. 41 Hartley 
Edward L., barber 4 India, bds. 189 Newbury 
Edwin W., teamster, h. 24 Dyer, S. P. 
Elizabeth, widow of Charles G.,.h. 710 Congress 
Elizabeth C. Miss, bds. 39 Prospect 
Elsie C, widow of George W., bds. 663 Brown, S. P. 
Emma C, widow of Charles F., bds., 72 Payson 
Ernest H., foreman, h. 12 Willow 

Euleta M. Miss, stenog. 42 Exchange, bds. 215 Cumberland av. 
Ezmond C, teamster, n 230 Danfortih 
Florence A., clerk 543 Congress, bds. at Gorham 
Florence I., dressmaker 143 High, h. do. 
Floy M. Miss, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 8 Cedar 
Frank C. (Cressey & Allen), 534 Congress, h. 80 Spruce 
Frank E., treas. Union Safe Dep. & Trust Co., 396 Congress, 

h. 39 Prospect 
Frank I., salesman 265 Middle, h. at Westbrook 
Frank S., bookkeeper 467 Congress, bds. 762 do. 
Fred, groom 1008 Congress, bds. do. 
Fred, lineman 45 Forest av., bds. 97 Pearl 
Fred E., h. 23 Deering 

Fred E., driver 302 Commercial, h. 41 Oxford 
Fred E., painter 225 Y 2 Middle, bds. 495 Portland 
Fred M., trav. salesman 201 Federal, h. 289 Cumberland av. 



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F. Marguerite, stenographer 13 Custom House whf., bds. 189 
Brackett 

George, driver 7 Preble, bds. 189 Newbury 

George A., fisherman, h. 7 Preble, S. P. 

George E. B., clerk 166 Commercial, h. 269 Danforth 

George H., b. 495 Portland 

George H. Mrs., laundress 26 Temple, h. 495 Portland 

George P., clerk Grank Trunk Elevator, bds. 430 Preble, S. P. 

Gertrude <M. Miss, clerk 7 Preble, bds. 287 Cumberland av. 

Grace (Miss, clerk 478 Congress, bds. 180 Clark 

Harriett E., widow of Elbridge G., bds. 173 Pearl 

Harry D., machinist P. R. R. car shop, h. 1237 Congress 

Hattie B. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 44 Spring 

Herbert H., clerk, 5 Monument sq., bds. 180 Clark 

Herbert I., principal Deering high school, h. 16 Bolton 

H. Wilson, adv. solicitor 12 Monument sq., h. 20 Belknap 

Ina Mrs., forewoman 538 Congress, bds. 19 Cedar 

James B., moved to New York 

James F., mason 2061 Washington av., h. do, 

James P., laborer, h. 24 Dyer, S. P. 

Jennie F. Miss, bds. 39 Central av., S. P. 

Jesse B., glazier, h. 762 Congress 

Jesse Bradford, clerk 24 Preble, h. 30 Ashmont 
CO John C, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 76 Waterville 

* John H., physician 711 Congress, h. do. 

i 9 Joton L. H., moved to Texas 

2C Joseph B., clerk 24 iPreble, h. 158 Pearl 

J. Clyde, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 69 Mountfort 

Laura M., widow of William H., dressmaking 180 Clark, h. do. 

Lenora J. Miss (Eureka Steam Laundry) 15 Temple, bds. 94 
f—* Spring 

Leon, clerk, rms. 18 Casco 

Linnie A., widow of John H. (The Allen Co.) 381 Y 2 Congress, 
CO h. 412% do. 

^g Linnie M., music teacher 29 Revere, bds. do. 

Louise Mrs., h. 162 Forest av. 

Mabel Miss, seamstress 1181 Forest av., bds. 53 Elmwood 
j^^ Margaret H. Miss, stenog. 13 Custom House whf., bds. 189 

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^^ Margaret K., widow of James, bds. 1215 Forest av. 

~ Mark E„ conductor P. R. R., h. at Westbrook 

Mary E., widow of Gideon, h. 13 Mayo 

Mary P. Miss, bds. 173 State 

May L. \Miss, boarding (house 130 Free, h. do. 

Mildred B. Miss, teacher Deering Higlh School bds. 73 Pleas- 
ant av. 

Minnie B. Mrs., clerk 554 Congress, bds. 44 Spring 

Morrell, supt. 13 Franklin, h. 38 State 

Motor Car Co., William A. Allen mgr., automobiles, 125 Som- 
erset 

Neal.W., asst. treas. 163 Middle, h. 19 Craigie 

Payson, laundryman 26 Temple, h. 40 Smith, S. P. 

Pearl M. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 44 Spring 

Phillip W., brakeman M. C. R. R., hds. 476 St. John 

Robert C, baker, bds. 104 Lancaster 

Robert L., clerk 461 Congress, h. 61 India 

Ruth E. Miss, stenographer 114% Exchange, bds. at Yarmouth 

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Samuel N., laundry, Hastings, h. do. 

Sarah I., widow of Robert, h. 287 Cumberland av. 

Sterling & Lothrop (S. Coleman Allen, Lewis C. Sterling and 
Harry W. Lothrop), seeds, etc. 49 Exchange 

Stuart, painter JVf. C. R. R., h. 36 Dartmouth 

S. Colman (Allen, Sterling & LotJhrop) 49 Exchange, h. 117 
Bay road, S. P. 

Susan E., widow of John, bds. 123 Harriet, S. P. 

Thomas S., bookeeper 135 Commercial, bds. 19 Prospect 

Vernor Ray (U. S. A.), rms. 181 Lincoln, S. P. 

Wallace W., h. 189 Newbury 

Wallace W. jr., bds. 189 Newbury 

Walter C, engineer M. C. R. R., h. 13 Hemlock 

William, painter, h. 44 Spring 

William A. (Madsen & Allen), 675 Forest av., h. 28 Ocean av. 

William A., treas. W. A. Allen Co. and pres. Allen Motor Car 
Co. 125 Somerset, h. S. P. 

William C. (Allen & Co.), 204 Middle, h. 53 West 

William E. (Charles A. Tilton & Co.), 99 Sawyer, S. P., h. 
28 Grand, do. 

William E., teamster 1031 Forest av., bds. 3 George 

William E., steward, h. 104 Lancaster 

William G., engineer 58 Fore, h. 27 Morning 

William L., clerk, bds. 44 Spring 

Willis B., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 55 Bell 
ALLEN W. A. CO., Benjamin F. Allen pres., William A. Allen treas., 
planing mill 125 Somerset (see advt.) 

W. Everett, repair man 86 Exchange, bds. 13 Mayo 

& Co. (William C. Allen and Edgar E. Benson), clothing 204 
Middle 
Alley Charles E., watchmaker 547a Congress, bds. 116 Spring 

Lewis F., hostler 173 Fore, rms. do. 
Ailing Ralph E., accountant 41 Bell, h. 206 Concord 
Allingiham Izetta, clerk 505 Congress, bds. 35 Reynolds, S. P. 
Almshouse, Anthony A. Frates, keeper, 1133 Brighton av. 
Alio Helen Mrs., teacher 633 Congress, rms. do. 
Allton Fred W., mgr. Portland Paper Stock Co., h. Mt. View Park, 

C. E. 
Alphar Lizzie, retoucher, bds. 38 Walton 
Allyn Grace E. Miss, bds. Mt. View Park, C. E. 

Harry A., h. Mt. View Park, C. E. 
Alvarez Joseph, musician, h. 240 'Preble 
Alward Beverly J., carpenter 192 Brackett, h. Manners av. 

Frederick N., carpenter, h. 373 Broadway, S. P. 

George H., clerk, 202 Commercial, h. 164 Sawyer 

Mark, physician 160 Ocean av., h. do. 
Amato Giovanni, baker 67 India, h. do. 

Raffaele, laborer, h. 8 Freeman lane 
Amatruda Louis, mgr. 201 Middle, h. 3 Garden Lane 
Ambile Abe, barber 130 Middle, h. do. 
Ambridge George T., moved to Bangor 
Ambrose Angello, laborer, h. rear 415 Brighton av. 

Thomas H., tailor, moved to Washington, Oregon 

Vincent, tailor 535 Congress, h. 1 King pi. 
Amea Angelo, shoe repairer 205a Fore, h. do. 
Amergian A., boarding house 159 Lancaster, h. do. 

Mikail, clerk 57 Oxford, bds. 157 Lancaster 



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AMERGIAN 

«>£« Oyimos (Serunian-Aniergian Co.), 199 Congress and 57-59 

gj«5 Chestnut, h. 136.Wilmot 

w >»° American Artificial Stone Co. (Fred J. Durost and Malcolm A. 

q^5 Cromwell), 102 Exchange 

•o*-jg Bonding Co. of Baltimore, George G. Hay, gen agt. 191 

g ° 73 Middle, rms 9-10 

0)^2 Cadet Band, Charles E. Downes leader, 496M* Congress 

*>|£ Clothing Co., Louis N. Kamber, mgr. 253 Middle 

T^^. Dairy Lunch, D. J. Macdonald, prop. 121 Commercial, ISO 

g{2 ° Middle and 491^ Congress 

q District Telegraph Co., Harry H. White mgr. 26 Exchange 

Express Co., 7 to 9 Mon. sq. and Union Sta., stable 82 Cross 

House, P. J. Murphy prop. 29 Free 
— * Ice Co., L. C. Ballard, mgr., Clark, S. P. 

Ciii? Laundry, William S. Williams and Maynard C. Little props. 

r ^ 125 Walton 

>m "^ Mercantile Co. (The), 106a Exchange 

Molasses Co. of New York 235 Commercial, Frank R. Jordan 
U^J agent 

Tailoring Co. (Charles F. Carr prop.), 52a Temple 
Amerigian Amedic, cook, bds. 138 Wilmot 

John, laborer, h. 153 Lancaster 
Ames Albert, bds. 40 Casco 

Charles, clerk 113 Stanford, S. P., bds. 107 do. 

Charles C, clerk 115 Sawyer, S. P., h. 153 do. 

Cynthia A., widow of Daniel W., h. 291 Brackett 
^^^ Francena M. Miss, graduate nurse, bds. 182 Brown, S. P. 

f ^ Frank W., painter, h. 40 Casco 

^■^ John A., clerk 143 Middle, bds. 182 Brown, S. P. 

Lizzie Mrs., widow of Freeman, h. 38 High 
^— Mahala A., widow of William D., bds. 136 Elm, S. P. 

^^J Martin A., cabinet maker 512 Fore, h. 19 Union, S. P. 

^"^^ Mary P. Miss, stenographer, h. 51 Chapel 

—J Merle B., salesman 9 Exchange, h. 13 C, do. 

■JJJS Morrill H., tailor 249 Middle, bds. 335 Congress 

^^4^ Ralph, H., machine hand 79 Preble, h. 8 Laurel 

Seth K., grocer 317 and 582 Congress, h. at Melrose, Mass. 

Timothy H., gateman Riverside crossing, M. C. R. R., bds. 
1801 Washington av. 

William A., gardener, h. 182 Brown, S. P. 
Anaconda Loan Co., J. J. Godfrey mgr., 385 Congress, rm. 3 
Anania Antonio, laborer, h. 9 Danforfch 
Anches Morris, shoe repairer 109 Oxford, h. do. 
Andersen Anton, baker, h. 477 Washington av. 

Hans C, teamster 202 Commercial, h. 84 Anderson 
- § Lars, blacksmith 143 Fore, h. 38 Moody 

o E Ole A., laborer, h. 25 Tyng 

£ jj» Ole T., sectionman, h. 176 Warren av. 

£ u >> Rasmus, painter 25 Cotton, h. 44 Upland av. 

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2«u Anderson Abraham W., clerk 539 Congress, rms. 18 Casco 

2*jo. ANDERSON, ADAMS & CO. (Charles C. Adams, Thomas J. Little 
g w and Converse E. Leach), ins. agt. 38 Exchange (see advt.) 

*5 « « Adelbert O., millhand, Bell, h. 183 Allen av. 

E° Albert C, h. 426 Cumberland av, 

^ Albert E., lawyer 415 Congress, rm. 436, bds. 272 Danforth 



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Albion A. (Anderson Bros.), 537 Cottage rd., C. E., bds. 539 

Preble, do. 
Alexander T., carpenter, h. 225 Capisic 
Alfred, apprentice 183 Brackett, bds. 146 Clark 
Alfred, cabinet maker 38 Union, h. 28 Anderson 
Alfred N., bds. 138 Bradley 

Alice Miss, seamstress 522 Congress, bds. 225 Capisic 
Alice C. Miss, dressmaker 535 Congress, bds. 225 Capisic 
Alice M. Miss, bds. 272 Danforth 
Andrew, filer 79 Preble, bds. 8 Montgomery 
Andrew, tinsmith 675 Forest av., h. 104 Woodford 
Andrew B., gardener, h. 272 Danforth 
Andrew M., plumber 2 Beach, h. 6 May 
Anna Miss, rms. 217 High 
Anna Miss, bds. 206 State 
Annie, widow of Daniel F., h. 78 Newbury 
Annie T., clerk 535 Congress, bds. 39 Kellogg 
Arthur H., wood worker ft. Morrill, h. at Westbrook 
Arthur L., trav. salesman, moved to Boston, Mass. 
August P., mariner, h. 36 School, S. P. 
Axel, tailor 535 Congress, h. 3 Cumberland terrace 
Barbara, widow of John, bds. 42 South 
Berge, laborer, h. 188 Broadway, S. P. 
Bros. (Albion A. & Emil P.), grocers 537 Cottage, C. E. 
Bros. (Nicholas Anderson), painters 27 Chestnut 
Carl, driver, bds. 63 Hampshire 
Carl M., baker 545 Congress, h. 27 Orange 
Catherine, widow of George A., h. 97 Cumberland av. 
Catherine L. Miss, rras. 12 Valley 
Charles A., clerk 500 Commercial, bds. 6 May 
Charles A., metal worker 81 Cross, bds. 89 Williams 
Charles J., bds. 393 Cumberland av. 
Cfharles R. (Maine Dental Supply Co.), 478^ Congress, h. at 

Westbrook 
Charles W., chauffeur, h. 12 Bradford 
Christian, yardman 109 Wilmot, h. at Saco 
Christine, cashier 484 Congress, bds. 16 Madison 
Clara J. Miss, clerk 478% Congress, bds. at Westbrook 
Clarence, steamfitter, h. 45 Galvin 
Clarence, cutter 148 Middle, bds. 225 Capisic 
Edna L. Miss, clerk 31% Exchange rm. 16, bds. 272 Danforth 
Edward, fisherman, bds. Edward Olson Crescent Beach, C. E. 
Edward A., clerk 266 Middle, h. 4 Whittier 
Edward N., bds, 138 Bradley 
Edward S., h. 330 Spring 
Edith Mass, h. 206 State 
Effie W., widow of Andrew, h. 12 Anderson 
Eliza D. Miss, bds. 297 Brackett 
Ellen, widow of Andrew, bds. 94 Alba 
^ Elmer, bds. 24 Dyer, iS. P. 

Elward S., special agent 35 Exchange, h. 330 Spring 

Emil P. (Anderson Bros.) and clerk P. O. sub station No. 10 

537 Cottage rd., S. P.. h. 539 do. 
Ernest E., carpenter 35 Center, h. 47 Boyd 
Esther Miss, nurse, bds. 50 Cushman 
Fannie A. Mrs., dressmaker 80 Brackett, h. do. 
Frank E., news agt. 283 St. John, h. 3 Conant 



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™ Frank O., clerk 155 Middle, h. 126 Brown, S. P. 

3 Frank W., telegrapher 15 Exchange, bds. 20 Arlington 

JJ Fred E., grocer, 185 Preble, S. P., h. do. 

ZZ Genevieve Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. 16 Madison 

Jl George, galvanizer 143 Fore, h. 48 Federal 

*£ George L. engraver 249 Middle, bds. 208 Franklin 

■■ Gustave, roofer 22 Monument sq., h. 46 Arcadia 

D Hannah A. Miss, bds. 206 State 

m* Hans P., laborer, lb. 19 Mechanic 

J* Helen A., widow of John W., bds. 201 Oxford 

mm Helena M. Miss, bds. 138 Bradley 

Hilda Miss, clerk 478 Congress 
Jacob, laborer, h. 244 Forest av. 

James E., hat block maker 2 Beach, h. 297 Brackett 
James L.., compositor 12 Monument sq., h. 297 Brackett 
Jennie Mrs., prop. Knickerbocker Hotel, Peaks Island, h. New 

York, N. Y. 
Jessie Miss, seamstress 236 .Middle, bds. 13 Hammond 
Johanna, dressmaker, h. r. 22 Parris m 

John, teamster 221 Forest av., h. 12 Winslow 
John, laborer, h. rear 246 Forest av. 
[j] John B., cook 638 Congress, bds. 20 Lancaster 

u John (F., shipper 26 Temple, h. at Falmouth 

* John H., carpenter, h. 1491 Forest av. 

w John J. jr., pressman 2 Beach, h. 86 Oakdale 

u John J., stiffener 2 Beach, h. 41 Atlantic av., S. P. 

O John M., shoemaker 23 Casco, h. 39 Kellogg 

John O., window dresser 494 Congress, bds. 16 Madison 
John T., clerk, h. 42 South 
o Joseph, cutter 119 Middle, bds. at Falmouth 

^^ 2 Julius B., repair man P. T. Co. repair shops S. P., h. 33 

^^ Mechanic, do. 

U« Lawrence, clerk, bds. 272 Danforth 

Lester, moved to Fryeburg 
(/) Lewis, laborer, bds. 41 Atlantic av., S. P. 

Linda E. Mrs., clerk, moved to Waterville 

U Louise Miss, seamstress, bds. 13 Hammond 

Lura D., wid. of Stephen A., housekeeper 42 St. Lawrence, 
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, Mabel G. Miss, bds. 6 May 

I"" Mabel W., widow of Henry W., lh. 226 Spring 

Marie Miss, nurse, rms. 819 Forest av. 

Marie J., h. 16 Madison 

Marion M. Miss, clerk assessors' office City Hall, bds. 42 South 

Marius A., shoemaker 67 Union, bds. 62 Spruce 

Marsh C, clerk, rms. 62 Spruce 

Mary C. Miss, bds. 36 School, S. P. 

Mary J., widow of Alexander, h. 13 Hammond 

Mary L. Miss, clerk 484 Congress, bds. 98 Cumberland av. 

Neal C. Mrs., moved to Waterville 

Neal D., clerk, bds. 16 Fairmount 

Nellie A. Mrs., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 861 Congress 

Neville, farmer, h. Jordan's Point near Spurwink rd., C. E. 

Nicholas (Anderson Bros.), 27 Chestnut, h. 21 Madison 

Olaf, deck-hand, h. 109a Washington av. 

Ole A., car repairer B. & M. R. R., h. 25 Tyng 

Ole F., section hand B. & M. R. R., h. 1 Auburn pi. 

Oliver, carpenter and builder 138 Bradley, h. do. 



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Oscar M., olerk 113 Stanford, S. P., bds. 3>6 School, do. ^ » 

Peter, screen maker 70 Free, bds. Chestnut J*J C 

Ralph, conductor P. R. R., h. 42 Smith QD ="• 

Ralph S., traveling salesman 26 York, h. at Yarmouth Q jL 

Rebecca, widow of Antonio, h. 89 William $ 

Robert, carpenter, bds. 89 William Q. 

Robert W., clerk G. T. R., h. 208 Franklin 

Royal L., clerk 270 Middle, bds. 138 Bradley ^^ 

Ruth Miss, clerk, bds. 12 Anderson ^^^ 

Samuel A., mgr. 465 Congress rm. 103, rins. 15 Shepley i ^P 

Stepnen J., clerk 136 Commercial, h. 25 Cedar 

St. John, machinist 48 Union, h. Riggs 

Thomas H., treas. Sargent-Dennison Co., 175 Commercial, 1 
55 Pine 

Timothy, conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 80 Brackett 

Walter C, laborer, bds. 188 Broadway, S. iP. 

Walter H., clerk 478% Congress, h. 242 B 

William, tin cutter 252 Commercial 

William A, finisher 2 Beach 

William D., clerk, h. 120 Cumberland av. IT! 

. William E., bds. 138 Bradley I ■ I 

William H., clerk 5 Temple, h. 23 Mnnjoy 

William J., foreman, bds. 9 Chapel UBi 

A.ndrean Oscar R., fireman 79 Preble, bds. 35 Spring 

Henry, tailor, bds. 35 Spring 
Andrews Albert W., clerk 307 Commercial, h. 23 Ocean av. 

Benjamin F., clerk 33 Plum, h. 91 Congress 

Benjamin M., laborer, h. 275 Riverside 

B. F. & Son (Irving B. Andrews), lumber-dealers 73 Bell 
Caroline C. Miss, milliner 522% Congress rm. 3, rms. 639 do. 
Charles L., canvasser, h. 69 Chestnut 
Deil O., yard foreman 73 Bell, h. 183 Allen av. 
Ethel A. Miss, clerk 73 Bell, bds. 183 Allen av. 
Fannie B. Miss, clerk 5 Plum, bds. €9 Chestnut 
Francena L„ widow of Eben, h. 83 Angell av., S. P. 
Frances A., widow of George E., h. 784 Congress 
Frank D., cigars 6 High, h. do. 
Ceorge E., died April 13, 1911 
Horace E., engineer, h. 75 Forest av., S. P. 
Irving B. (B. F. Andrews & Son),. 73 Bell, h. 16 Fairmount 
Jules C, watchman 2 Beach, h. 37 Olympia 
Marion M. Miss, bds. 259 Brackett 
Mary E. Miss, nurse, bds. 39 Roberts 1^ 
Percy M. (Andrews & Bowie), 57 Exch. rm. 28, rms. 177 High ^^ 
William B., manager 156 Free, rm. 47, h. at Westbrook h ^_^ 
William Wallace, principal Butler gram, sch., h. 259 Brackett ? 3" 
& Bowie (Percy M. Andrews and Pearl A. Bowie), 57 Ex- !J ■ 

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Aneeta L., operator 144 Middle, bds. 24 Mountfort z 

Angell Albus R., motorman P. R. R., h. 844 Ocean av., S. P. " -H 

C. H. Mrs., operator 148 Middle, bds. 246 Brackett g £5 
Flora A., widow of William, bds. 393 Preble, S. P. z-^J 
Fred P., baker 61 Pleasant, h. 242 Forest av. jjj _ 
Harry A, conductor P. R. R„ bds. 343 Preble, S. P. o 
Laura A., widow of Albus R., h. 11 Angell av., S. P. ^ OO 
Mary J., widow of Samuel B., bds. 38 Angell av., S. P. z -g 
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5 Angeno Michael, laborer, h. rear 276 Fore 

r* O Tony, laborer, h. 7 Freeman lane 

ft w Angelosanto Alberto, weaver 38 Elm, hds. 2 Cumberland terrace 

*■* u Anglin Mary E., widow of John M., rms. 226 Spring 

O xs! Annea Petro, cobbler 245a Congress, bds. 24 .viountfort 

Z fc«5 Annis Archie, broom maker, bds. 320 Portland 

< ^8 Frank E., bds. 47 Parris 

CO g Anovitch Nathan, shoe repairer 415 Fore, h. 467 do. 

W g Anthoensen Fred W., compositor 105 Middle, h. 180 Newbury 

* § Peter J., tailor 548 *& Congress, h. 3 Mechanic pi. 

P g Anthoine Amy Miss, bds. 121 Emery 

[JJ 5 Daniel P., h. 79 Anthoine, S. P. 

Edward S., lawyer 57 Exchange rm. 23, h. 219 Vaughan 

Helen D., widow of James W., rms. 633 Congress 

William R, (Anthoine & Talbot), 57 Exchange rm. 22, h. 121 

^^ Emery 

C J & Talbot (William R. Anthoine and Thomas L. Talbot), law- 

Oyers 57 Exchange, rms. 22-24 
Anthony Annie, widow of James, laundress, h. 81 Federal 
Cornelius, bds. 20 Fox 
.j James D., teamster 434 Fore, bds. 81 Federal 

pal James E., teamster, h. r. 38 Revere 

^r Mary Miss, box maker &8 Cross, bds. 81 Federal 

.Sadie Miss, stitcher 43 Market, bds. 81 Federal 
^^ A. O. H. Society, 419 y^ Congress and 10 Free 
V " Aspanas Wincenty, laborer, h. 151 Commercial 
CjJ Apotheker Bernard, junk 522 Fore, h. 45 Center 

J m Appel George F., cabinet maker foot of Morrill, h. 131 Walton 
Myrtle R. Miss, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 131 Walton 
M Appleby Edward P. C, molder 51 Kennebec, h. 30 Quincy 

j£ Frances F., widow of William A., nurse 28€a Congress, 

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Aj*% James, carpenter, bds. 15 Water 

WW Appleton Frank R., machinist 58 Fore, bds. 26 Summei 

Apt Addison G., cook, bds. 153 Summer, S. P. 
^^ Daniel, teamster, h. 153 Summer, S. P. 

C 3 Ethel R. Miss, clerk 20 West, bds. 153 Summer 

^■r George D., driver 302 Commercial, h. 86 Ridgeland av. 

# Pearl, clerk 559^ Congress, bds. 210 High, S. P. 

f y Aranco Samuel, clerk, bds. 49 Brown 

MN Mabel Miss, nurse, bds. 92 Carleton 

Thomas L.., fireman M. C. R. R., h. 881 Congress 
Arbuthnot W. Wilson, salesman 53 Exchange, h. 7 Gay 
« Archambeau Edmund, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 17 Fall Brook 



§ Helen M. Miss, bds. 17 Fall Brook 



John T., traveling salesman 26(9 Commercial, h. 33 Lawn av. 

Lizzie, widow of Tousant, h. 19 Prospect 

Mattie E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 19 Prospect 

Olive, milliner, bds. 17 Fall Brook 
torj Q OTin P., foreman 496% Congress, h. 17 Fall Brook 

£Jk£ J Archer Charlotte Miss, stenographer, bds. 16 Leonard 
§1^ < Archibald Alexander F., grocer 999 Congress, h. 1013 do. 
hOq Arthur J., yard conductor B. & M. R. R. foot Elm, h. 266 

<X Danforth 

H?CO Charles, keeper Goose Island lighthouse, h. 64 Cedar 

2 Harold, traveling salesman 44 Exchange, h. 7 Bates 

< Hugh, carpenter B. & M. R. R., h. rear 65 Clark 



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Sarah P. Miss, bds. 223 Vaughan 

Sarah L., widow of John, bds. 53 Hartley 
Arenegian Herbert, barber, h. 138 Wilmont 
Arentzen Christian R., carpenter, bds. 20 Boyd 
Arey Almira Miss, bds. 23 Highland av., S. P. 

Charles P., fish dealer 19 Commercial whf., h. 215 Preble, S. P. 

David L., machinist 79 Preble, rms. 11 Oak 

Ernest L„ printer 205^ Middle, bds. 23 Highland av., S. P. 

Gilbert, clerk 261 Middle, bds. 68 Pine 

Harold B., lineman 45 Forest av., bds. 44 Wilmot 

Herbert M., Com. of Public Works, South Portland, b. 217 
Preble, S. P. 

Leander S., to. 51 Pine, S. P. 
* Lewis M., bookkeeper, bds. 51 Pine, S. P. 

William, master mariner, h. 44 Wilmot 

William H., h. 23 Highland av., S. P. 

William H. jr., pressman 105 Exchange, bu 202 Cottage, S. P. 

William W., motorman P. R. R., h. 215 Preble, S. P. 
Argirion Louis, fruit 629 Congress, bds. 10 Canton 
Argonaut Association, 84 Union' 

Ark Chin, laundry 106 Sawyer, S. P., h. 121 Sawyer, do. 
Arlington (The), 99 High 
Armory, 20 Milk 

Armour & Co., George P. Reed mgr., dressed beef, 260 to 264 Com'l 
Armsbey Elvira S. Mrs., ih. 36 Spruce 

James B., clerk 494 Congress, bds. 36 Spruce 
Armstrong Clara A. Miss, teacher Park street school, bds. 95 Park 

Donald, 2nd lieut. C. A. C. Ft. Williams, C. E., bds. do. 

Emma E., widow of Thomas, bds. 81 India 

Eva M. Miss, bds. 66 Spruce 

Ethel E. Miss, stenographer 493 Com'l, bds. 788 Forest av. 

Frank R., moved to Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frederick E., compositor, bds. r. 53 Boyd 

G. W. Dining Room and News Co., Union Sta. cafe, Union Sta. 

Harriet A. Miss, teacher Portland high sch., bds. 95 Park 

Harry R., clerk 131 Middle, bds. 142 Franklin 

Harvard M., clerk, bds. J. W. Armstrong's, Cottage rd. C. E. 

Helen E., Mrs., dressmaker 639 Congress, rm. 406, h. do. 

Henry F., engineer B. & M. R. R., h. 5 Smith 

Howard, bds. 66 Spruce 

Jennie M., widow of John B., h. Cottage road, C. E. 

Joseph H., letter carrier P. O., h. rear 53 Boyd 

Joseph W., postmaster C. C, Cottage road, C. E., h. near do. 

Louisa M. Miss, clerk, b. J. W. Armstrong, Cottage rd.. C. E. 

Louise H. Miss, bds. 78a High 

Olive C. Miss, milliner 261 Middle, bds. 81 India 

Percy W., carpenter, h. 314 Preble, S. P. 

Robert E., steamfitter 153 Federal, h. 44 Ellsworth 

Simon E., bds. 95 Park 

Walter S., treas. 56 Exchange, h. 78a High 

William, laborer, bds. 57 Wilson 

William B., h. 788 Forest av. 
Army and Navy Union, rm 499% Congress 
Arnold Alice E. Miss, clerk 20 W T est, bds. 43 Huntress 

Andrew, buffer foot of Morrill, bds. 353 Stevens av. 

Archie, laborer, h. 12 Freeman lane 

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Frank J., gardener, h. 24 Brattle 

George E., bookbinder 13 Custom House wharf, bds. 1420 
Washington av. 
■o George W., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 43 Huntress 

13 <S Lillian M., milliner 537 Congress, h. 24 Brackett 

"g -o Moses P., screen maker 70 Free, h. rear 74 Chestnut 

O >» Robert T. Mrs., h. 41 Bowdoin 

° Theodore, lineman 20 Plum 

-§ -§ Arnovitch Bessie Miss, tailoress 465 Congress, rm. 611, bds. 22 Deer 
£■ £■ Arsenault Frank, teamster, h. 744 Brighton av. 
g <3 Levi, track oiler P. R. R., h. 108 Capisic 

Pascel, boxmaker 151 Kennebec, h. Wall 
- Pascal E., wood worker foot of Morrill, h. Wall st 

.j Arseneault A., litho. engraver, moved to Boston, Mass. 

5/3 g Arsnault Annie Miss, nurse, rms. 122 State 
-J n Arters John M. Rev., pastor Congress M. E. Church, h. 35 North 
O "5 Arthur Samuel H., millman 4 Union whf., h. 21 High 
H Arvanigian Vartan, baker 125 Washington av., h. do. 
<* Herbert, barber 19 Monument sq., h. 55 Parris 

v *— ■ "^ Asbury George, shipper, bds. 49 Grant 

Ascanio Joseph, shoe repairer 203 Congress, bds. 8 Freeman av. 
f y ^ Thomas, treas. 538 Congress, h. 49 Grant 

NM Ashby Nellie F., clerk 144 Middle 
r^^ Ashe Frances E. Miss, bds. 151 Veranda, 

H. Andrew, sergeant Ft. Williams, C. E., rms. Cottage rd., do. 
Ashley Walter J., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 3 Fowler 
Ashnault Amos, grocer 885 Brighton av., h. 28 Devon 
Margaret E., bds. 28 Devon 
Vincent, laborer, h. Hawthorne 
Ashton Albert T„ clerk 215 Commercial, h. 46 Stone 
Askov Helen Miss, folder 24 Exchange 
Asnault John A., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 168 Danforth 
Aspinall Charles, laborer, bds. 37 Elm, S. P. 
Mary A. Mrs. h. 48 Washington av. 
Aspinwall Frederick, civil engineer, bds. 823 Congress 
Assali Andrea P., h. 12 Chatham 
Associated Charities, City Hall and 511*4 Congress, rm. 3 

Press, Warren C. Jefferds, Maine correspondent 30 Exchange, 
rms. 2 and 3 
Astle Joseph C, millman 494 Fore, h. 47 Chapel 
Astor Cafe (The), John A. Clarity prop. 18 Temple 
Atherton Charles D., clerk 493 Commercial, h. 158 Clark 

Edward M., adv. agent, h. 33 Cedar 
Atkin Frances A. Miss, h. 15 Parris 
Atkins Charles H., laborer, >h. 70 Lancaster 
Edward O., switchman, h. 58 Chestnut 
Ethel A. Miss, operator, bds. 70 Lancaster 
Frank L., carpenter, bds. 15 Parris 
George W., janitor 195 Middle, h. 116 Portland 
Hanna P., widow of Benjamin F., bds. 15 Parris 
James, confectioner, h. 8 Laurel lane 
Mildred M. Miss, boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 17 Adams 
Nellie, labeler, bds. 70 Lancaster 
Pearl, stock clerk 148 Middle, bds. 8 Laurel lane 
Ralph T., motorman P. R. R., bds. 342 Stevens av.. 
Sopihronia Miss, bds. 1726 Washington av. 
Thomas, confectioner, bds. 8 Laurel lane 
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Grain Co., Irving L. Peabody, mgr., 51 Main, S. P. 
House, Frank J. Scully mgr., 185 and 187 Fore 
Attaya Joseph, trav. salesman 161 Middle, h. at Bath 
Atlms Edward W., carpenter, h. 36 Veranda 
Atus Charles H., clam digger, h. rear 160 Washington av. 
Atwater Ralph, clerk 17 Temple, rms. do. 
Atwood Annie, widow of Oharles, h. 86 Quebec 

Fred S., bookkeeper 85 Kennebec, h. 61 Broadway, S. P. 
Jane, widow of Rufus D., bds. 114 Emery 
Julia Miss, bookkeeper 190 Portland, bds. do. 
Marie M. Miss, clerk post office, bds. 86 Quebec 
Maud M. Mrs. h. 19 Free 

Medora F. Miss, stenographer 33 Plum, bds. 15 Gray 
Nancy M. Miss, bds. 15 Gray 

Thomas W. W., trav. supt. 26 York, h. 488 Cumberland av. 
Atwood William E. (A. K. Scott Co.), custom shirts 293 Middle. 

bds. 118 Winter 
Aube Barbara Mrs., bds. Cottage Farm, C. E. 
Aubens Harold G., bds. 192 Oxford 

Mehitable S., widow of Albert, h. 192 Oxford 
Aubin Jennie M. Miss, seamstress 861 Congress, bds. 66 Roberts 
Auger Clara L., widow of Medrick, nurse, h. 117 Pearl 
Georgia, bookkeeper 88 Cross, bds. 32 Brattle 
Joseph L., clerk 26 Temple, h. 32 Brattle 
Julia, widow of Joseph, bds. 32 Brattle 
Leon, clerk 562 Congress, rm. 402, bds. 117 Pearl 
Leroy B., clerk iSV 2 Exchange, bds. 117 Pearl 
Mildred C. Miss, tel. operator 45 Forest av., bds. 117 Pearl 
August Joseph, hat maker 2 Beach, h. 20 do. 
Augustine Anrfie, operator, bds. 108 Washington av. 
Auspland Irving W., shoe cutter, bds. 48 Stone 
Isabelle M., h. 48 Stone 
Pearl G., stitcher, bds. 48 Stone 
Austad John J., carpenter 214 Middle, h. 61 Clark 
Austin Albert A., clerk 24 Preble, h. 74 St. Lawrence 
Albert, bookkeeper, ih. 70 William 

Alida E. Miss, clerk 252 Commercial, bds. 155 Cumberland av. 
Edgar E., job printer 195 Federal, h. 79 Atlantic 
Edith E., bill clerk 4 Milk, bds. 73 North 
Ernest, clerk, h. 129% Market 
Frank E., engineer 2 Beach, h. 61 Olympia 
George G., conductor M. C. "R. R., bds. 784 Congress 
George W., teamster 166 Commercial 
Harry C, engineer B. & M. R. R., rms. 895 Congress 
Harry L., bookbinder, moved to Boston, Mass. 
Harry M., car repairer P. T. Co., S. P., h. 67 Atlantic av., do. 
Henry D., teamster 166 Commercial, bds. 27 Boyd 
Herbert P., clerk post office, h. 155 Cumberland av. 
John E., screen maker 70 Free, h. 228 Front, S. P. 
Lizzie G., widow of Alanson, h. 73 iNorth 
Loren D., office 189 Middle, h. 58 Thomas 
Lyman P., baggagemaster M. C. R. R., h. Manners av. 
Marie E., widow of James H., h. 5 Farrington pi. 
Richard S., car repairer B. & M. R. R., h. 218 Oxford 
Rupert L., repairer M. C. R. R., moved to Canada 
Sadie M. Mrs. lodging house 129% Market, h. do. 
Wallace E., fireman 2 Beach, bds. 61 Olympia 



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% AUTO SALES AND SUPPLY CO., James B. Soule pres. & treas., 
"* automobiles 626 Congress (see advt.) 

J&i Avenue House, Melville C. Sterling prop., 69 Island av., P. 1. 
«uj « Averback John, clerk, moved to Franklin, N. H. 
2°Jf Louis, laborer, h. 4 Fremont pi. 

SaaTS Averill Catherine M. Miss, student, bds. 137 Franklin 
^Sj 3 ? George N., moved to Waterville 

^^ Helen H., widow of W. Herbert, h. 104 Clark 

t William, painter 169 Clark, h. 46 Pearl, S. P. 

s W. Herbert, died April 1, 1911 

Averson Elida G, maid, bds. 39 Prospect 
Avery Daniel M., blacksmith P. T. Co., h. 26 Saunders 
• Irving A., trav. salesman (Boston), h. 127 Coyle 

0<Seraphena P. M., deaconess 130 Federal, bds. do. 
Avis John, fisherman, h. Long Island 
T" \ Awde Albert E., supt. of agencies 396 Congress 
^^ Axelsen August, millman 70 Free, h. Dorset 

Jens M., screenmaker 70 Free, h. 45 Randall 
-.« \ Axtell Henry E., machinist 204 Forest av., h. 51 Irving 
^P} Ayer Charles F., clerk 2 Beach, h. 118 Emery 

^ Edward D., blacksmith r. 1203 Forest av., h. 298 Woodford 

l George P., ins. agt. 465 Congress rm. 1002, h. 10 Cumb. av. 

^j Harlan P., pres. and gen. mgr. 2 Beach* h. 74 Neal 

r^i Houston & Co., Harlan P. Ayer, pres., James W. Stevenson, 

f-y.'V treas., hat mfrs. 2 Beach 

Hw John P. (Talbot, Brooks & Ayer), 269 Middle, bds. 76 Spruce 

^ Joshua, watchman P. R. R., h. 118 Washburn av. 

^^J" Mabel S. Miss, bds. 74 Neal 

H " 1 Olin P., trav. salesman 151 Commercial, h. at Auburn 

^^ Perley E., machinist r. 1203 Forest av., bds. 298 Woodford 

__j Wyer P., shipper 535 Congress, bds. 87 Oak 

XJ Ayers Annie B. Miss, clerk 47 Oak, bds. 203 Stanford, S. P. 
j*^J Charles F., driver rear 697 Congress, h. 28 Hanover 

Pn H. Isabel Miss (Ayers & Willard), 633 Congress, rms. do. 

i Jennie M. Miss, h. 58 Brown 

Philip, machinist 79 Pine, bds. 203 Stanford, 3. P. 
>^ Rufus A., candy maker 4 Milk, h. 203 Stanford, S. P. 

C] Walter E„ mgr. 86 Exchange, bds. 100 Park 

^^ Winslow P., brakeman B.. & M. R. R., h. 327a Congress 

& Willard (H. Isabel Ayers and Mary E. Willard), toilet par- 
lors 633 Congress 
Azzopardi Guiseppe, laborer, h. rear 8 Hancock 

BAADE CHRISTIAN, carpenter, (h. 51 Arcadia 

Babb Bertha M., widow of Will P., teacher of domestic science 43 
Casco, h. 7 Sherman 

Dora M. Miss, stenographer 217 Commercial, h, at Westbrook 

Earle H., electrician 58 Fore, h. at Westbrook 

Fred (Wm. F. Babb & Son), rear 133 Summit, bds. do. 

George H., (principal Manual Training School, h. 79 Concord 

George H., h. Lexington av. 

George W., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 877a Congress 

G. Wilfred, bds. 93 Morning 
£ ® Harry M., foreman 143 Fore, h. 93 Morning 

fjj Isaac G., teamster 173 Fore, h. 66 Quebec 

So J. Frank, agt. 273 Middle, rms. 11 Deering av. 

£ Lemuel G., clerk 24 Preble, h. at Westbrook 

Mildred Miss, bookkeeper 586 Congress, b ds. 22 Bradford 

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Melville R., to, 13 May 

Veranus C. H., clerk 572 Congress, h. at Westbrook 

William F. (William F. Babb & Sons), rear 133 Summit, h. do. 

William F. jr., plasterer, h. 58 Jackson 

William F. <& Sons (William F. and Fred Babb), milk dealers 
r. 133 Summit 
Babbidge Bernice B. Miss, bds. 47 Spring 

Carrie Miss, rms. rear 431 Congress 

Edwin L., livery stable 9-17 Varnum, h. 172 Brackett 

Ernest M., paper maker, bds. 279 Riverside * 

James F., inspector P. R. R., bds. 128 Glenwood av. CD 

Mary L. Mrs., h. 83 Myrtle 

'Sumner, night watchman, bds. 5 Hunt 

Susie L., clerk, bds. 83 Myrtle f± 

Babigian Abraham, barber 465 Congress rm. 201, bds. 91 Walnut V 

BABBITT CHARLES E., iron and brass foundry, coppersmith and ^^ 

machinist 440 and 442 Fore, bds. 25 Smith, S. P. (see advt.) Q 

Hiram A., bookkeeper 440 Fore, h. 713 Stevens av. 
Babcock Franklin, 2nd lieut. C. A. C. Ft. Williams, C. E., bds. do. fl^ 

George G., machinist r. 57 Preble, rms. 335 Cumberland av. 

Lizzie F., widow of Charles P., h. 14 Quincy 
Babino Frank, caner, bds. 158 Grant 
•Bachelder Adelia Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 344 Portland „ 

Bennett, engineer, bds. 933b Congress ^^ 

Carroll, painter, h. 7 Chapel f^ 

Clifford H., engineman iM. C. R. R., h. 344 Portland 

Elmer N., clerk 137 Middle, bds. 31 Kellogg Q 

Elmer N., asst. treas. 585 Cong, and 7 Preble, h. 33 Prospect 

Florence E. Miss, clerk, bds. 107 Leland 

iFrank, trackman P. R. R., th. 107 Leland 

Harry W„ engineer M. C. R. R., h. 228 B 

Lyman A. Mrs., h. 207 State 

Roderick A. Mrs., bds. 207 State 

Willard F., carpenter 191 Grant, h. 853 Congress 

Willard H., painter, bds. 853 Congress 

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Bacholdt Albert, barber (U. S. A.), h. 438 Cottage, S. P. 

Alfred, private, h. 438 Cottage, S. P. 
Backus Carrie Mrs., bds. 90 Oak 

Maud F. Miss, dressmaker, h. 90 Oak 
Bacon Ethel May Miss, teacher, bds. 489 Westbrook, S. P. 
BACON F. E. MANIFOLD CO., mfg. printers, bookbinders and paper 
rulers 13 Custom House whf. (see advt.) 

Nellie Mrs., waitress 232 (Federal, rms. 231 Cumberland av. 

Richard O., laborer, ih. 489 Westbrook, S. P. 
Badger Amy J. Mrs., waitress 18 India, bds. 48 Washington av.' g «** 

Badrosian Hovnon, clerk 168 Lancaster, bds. 157 do. S 

Baduro Andrew, sizer 2 Beach >< ea 

John, sizer 2 Beach §= S 

Bagano George, clerk 57 Middle, bds. 18 Chatham g s 

Mike, pool 57 Middle, bds. 18 Chatham er> m 

Bagley George, farmer, h. Lighthouse rd., C. E. m « 

George E., machinist M. C. shops, h. 1080 Congress ^3 **■ 

BAGLEY LOUISE M. DR., osteopathic physician 633 Congress rm. S *"" 

107, bds. do. (see advt.) , m 55 

Mary D., widow of Charles D., h. 34 Dartmouth ^ 

Olivia L., teacher Nathan Clifford school, bds. 34 Dartmouth 23 
William, painter, h. Two Lights, C. E. 



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William C., machinist B. & M. R. R., h. 31 Hoyt, S. P. 
Baglivo Michael Angelo, laborer, h. 28 Hancock 

Michael, laborer, bds. 28 Hancock 
Bagnoli Antonio, laborer, h. 10 Freeman lane 
Bailey Adelbert S. Mrs., h. 118 Forest av. 
Albert C, mariner, h. 60 Parris 
Albion, canvasser 499*4 Congress, 'h. 205 Oxford 
Alden B., clerk 571 Congress, bds. 2 Monroe pi. 
Alexander R., mgr. 436-440 Commercial, h. 1665 Forest av. 
Alice E. Miss, bds. 52 Chadwick 
Annie F. Miss, bds. 52 Chadwick 
Arthur H., sec. and mgr. 4 Milk, bds. Falmouth Hotel 
Bessie A. Miss, bookkeeper 79 Preble, bds. 1669 Forest av. 
Catherine Mrs., seamstress 1203 Forest av., h. 1335 do. 
Catherine F. Miss, bds. 1669 Forest av. 
Carroll D., packer 13 Franklin, bds. 648 Riverside 
Charles E. Mrs., h. 1185 Congress 
Charles H., clerk 154 Middle, n, 265 Spring 
. Charles J., director and lawyer 264 Middle, h. 118 State 

w Charles M., roofer 86 Exchange, h. 16 Alder 

jjj Charles S., laborer, h. 1348 Forest av. 

I_ Clarence W., can maker 13 Franklin, h. 648 Riverside 

» Clifton J., h. 290 Danforth 

\u Daisy M. Miss, stenog. 120 Exch., rm. 404, b. 1669 Forest av. 

^ « Edith E. Mrs., h. 118 Forest av. 

I , I < Elbridge G., carpenter, h. 1669 Forest av. 

Ill I Ella M. Miss, nurse, bds. 113 Franklin 

^ <J Elmer R., printer, h. 1506 Congress 

^ 2 Elsie L. Miss, bds. 97 Glenwood av. 

^ * Emma A. Miss, clerk 307 Commercial, bds. 665 Brighton av. 

HI w Ferdinand E., painter, h. 1818 Forest av. 

■*■ Florence E. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. rear 2 Monroe pi. 

(// • Florence E. Miss, student, bds. 309 Brighton av. 

Frank J., tinsmith, h. 124 Ocean av. 
HI Frank P. (J. K. Lynch & Co.), 92 Portland, h. 46 Parris 

Frederick O. (F. O. Bailey & Co.), 46 Exchange, pres. F. O. 
Bailey Carriage Co. 163 Middle and Maine Motor Carriage 

HCo. 43 Soutib, h. 2 Loveitt Heights, S. P. 
- BAILEY F. O. CARRIAGE CO., carriages, harness, etc., 163 and 165 
Middle; also carriage mnfrs. 984 Forest av. (see advt.) 
BAILEY F. O. & CO. (Frederick C. Bailey and Charles W. Allen), 
auctioneers and showcase mnfrs. 46 Exchange (see advt.) 
George, clerk 307 Commercial, h. 665 Brighton av. 
George H., asst. undertaker 191 Federal, bds. 9 Hanover 
George W., carriage trimmer 42 Hanover, bds. 175 Clinton 
• George W., clerk, bds. 46 Parris 
Georgie D. Miss, rms. 199 High 

Harry S., asst. undertaker 191 Federal, bds. 114 Pearl 
Helen M. Miss, died August, 1911 
Henry E., trav. salesman, bds. 579 Congress 
Herbert E., clerk, bds. 1335 Forest av. 
Herbert M., pres. (3. H. & A. R. Doten) 494 Fore, h. 52 

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Isaac A., pres. Portland Sand and Gravel Co. 80 Union, h. 

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BAILEY -k £ 

BAILEY JAMES CO. (THE), harness, saddlery and horse furnish- Q) ^ 

ing goods 264 Middle, and bicycle and automobile supplies, J*» CT 

18 Free (see advt.) CD -• 

James W., pres. The James Bailey Co. 264 Middle and 18 O T 

Free, Ih. Mountain View Park, C. E. $ 

John E., moved to Boston, Mass. Q. 

Josephine L. Miss, rms. 281 Spring 

Leon C, trav. salesman 201 Federal, h. 53 Leland 

Levi. M., real estate 465 Congress rm. 210, h. at Freeport 

Lizzie M., widow of William E„ h. 97 Glenwood av. 

Neta J. Miss, stenographer 443 Congress, bds. at Westbrook 

Merton G. L. (Bailey & Lockwood), 672 Forest av., bds. 97 

Glenwood av. 
Milton F., cigars 51 Free, h. 1348 Forest av. 
Minnie R. Miss, teacher Riverton school, bds. 1669 Forest av. 
Miriam T., widow of Alexander, bds. 1348 Forest av. 
Moses M., pres. Deering Coal and Wood Co. 665 Forest av., 

rms. 18 Casco 
Myron H., farmer, h. 1651 Forest av. 
Orrin M., conductor P. R. R., to, 1810 Forest av. 
Pacific Belle, teacher, bds. 97 Glenwood av. 
Percy F., bookkeeper P. I. & S. Co., h. 57 Spruce 
Phebe A. R. Miss, bds. 64 Emery 
Ralph E., great chief of records I. O. R. M. 439 Congress, h. 

73 Pitt 
Ralph E., machinist P. T. Co. 
Ralph L., clerk, bds. 648 Riverside 
Sarah J., widow of David, ih, 49^ Portland 
Scott G., mgr. 336 Commercial, h. 40 Ellsworth 
Thaylia Miss, stenographer 392 Congress, bds. 273 Cumb. av. 
Walter B., trav. salesman, h. 142 Concord 
Walter S., grocer 1203 Forest av., h. 1335 do. 
Warren B., letter carrier 653 Forest av., h. 1445 do. 
• Wilbur A., car washer P. R. R., h. rear 2 Monroe pi. 
William E., treas. The James Bailey Co. 264 Middle and 18 

'Free, bds. 118 State 
& Lockwood (Merton G. L. Bailey and Harold W. Lockwood), 
fancy goods, 672 Forest av. 
Bain Harriet M., widow of James, h. 281 Spring 
James A., music teacher, died Feb. 7, 1911 
Jennie S., widow of Charles H., h. 232 Spring 
Lelia V., widow of James A., h. 273 Spring 
Mary Miss, bds. 281 Spring 
Baine Emma L., widow of Charles N., boarding h. 87 Free, h. do. 
Baird John, carpenter, h. 18 Kellogg h ~ 

Baker Adelbert, express 1403 Congress, h. do. }!! gg " 

Alfred A., janitor, in* 3 Monument !J 

Amy B. Miss, teacher Portland High School, bds. 107 Oak i £*£ 

Anna, widow of Albert E,, bds. 43 Montrose av. 
Charles E., brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 15 Summer in 

Charles, bookkeeper 13 Custom House whf., h. Peaks Island o cp " 
Charles E., bookkeeper 307 Commercial, h. 369 Danforth S S3 

Charles F„ teamster, bds. 5 Hunt z EEL 

Charles J., conductor P. R. R., h. 17 Frederic " CO 

Charles L., lumber surveyor 327 Com'l, bds. 69 Kelsey, 3. P. IJ C/D 
Charles O., secy, to P. M. post office, h. 86 Quebec ° I^" 

Clarence A., physician 312 Congress, h. do. gg 

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o <fl (A Edward A., mariner, h, 17 Quebec 

!£ £ 8 Edward G., treas. 20 Commercial, h. 25 Roberts 

£ ©*C Edward L., salesman 24 Free, h. 6 Dermot st. 

3 2^ Edward 0.„ trav. salesman 143 Middle, h. 40 Spruce 

o- ® t« Elizabeth, widow of Robert T., h. 6 Grand 

U . J Ellen Miss, bds. 64 Emery 

bog,© Elmer R., printer, h. 1506 Congress 

£ «-J Erven W., clerk 253 Commercial, bds. 1033 Congress 

£ u-g Extract Co., Will H. MacDonald, mgr., extracts and perfumes, 

p<3 249^ Commercial 

J Florence, widow of Wellington, bds. 94 Neal 

m Florian, artist, bds. 43 Congress 

Forest E., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 209 Stevens av. 
• Frances A. Miss, stenographer 465 Congress rm. 308, bds. 

^^ 10 Merrill 

f 1 Frank T., clerk 608 Congress, bds. 30 Mechanic 

Frederic W., painter, h. Front 
Harry E., sales agent 53 Exchange, h. 94 Neal 
Harry L., teamster 366 Congress, h. 49 Beckett 
Henry, clerk 165 Middle, bds. at Yarmouth 
Howard P., clerk 144 Middle, bds. 6 Grand 
Isaiah, moved to Conway, N. H. 

Isaiah H., engineer Portland High School, h. 85 Wilmot 
I. C. & Son (Puritan Spring Water), 34 Exchange 
James, car repairer M. C. R. R., h. 1118 Congress 
John A., teamster, h. 230 Cumberland av. 
John C, laborer, bds. 1101 Congress 

r J John E., telegrapher, h. 209 Stevens av. 

John R., clerk 24 Free, bds. 6 Dermot ct. 
Joseph, teamster, bds, 513 Westbrook, S. P. 
Josiah W., driver Ladder No. 11, 376 Congress, h. 75 Myrtle 
Julia E. Miss, boxmaker 69 Cross, bds. 13 Sheridan 
Leonard G., oiler 207 Forest av., bds. 5 Hunt # 

^^ Lawrence L., foreman 512 iFore, h. Avalon rd. 

\^4 Luther, laborer, bds. 219 Fore 

^2 Lydia H., stitcher 67 Union, bds. 1403 Congress 

£2Q Mae A. Miss, pub. stenog. 415 Cong. rm. 317, bds. 6 Grand 

Marion P. Miss, clerk 20 West, bds. 17 Frederic 

^^ Matthew J., pres. The Seavey Co. 24 Exch., h. 42 Revere 

W^ Oscar A., moved to Tennessee 

m Roger E., bookkeeper 517 Congress, rms. 7 Tolman pi. 

fT . Sena, boxmaker 68 Cross 

Walter (Portland Lunch Co.), 7 Exchange, h. 8 Chapel, S. P. 
William F., inspector Widgery whf., bds. 8 Taylor 
William G., watchman P. R. R., h. 28 Hersey 
William J., baker 61 Pleasant, h. 13 Sheridan 
William J., ship carpenter, h. 36 Chapel, ,S. P. 
William P., storekeeper 45 Forest av., bds. 8 Taylor 
Bakke Christian S., painter, h. 14 Olympia 
George E. Mrs., h. Hawthorne 
Sneva Miss, boxmaker €8 Cross, bds. Hawthorne 
Sven, laborer, h. 19 Olympia 
Balaczye Valory, helper 336 Commercial 
Balch Edward, gardener, bds. 13 Dingley ct. 

Nora Mrs., mangier 125 Walton, ih. 13 Dingley ct. 
Oliver H., Q. M. sergt. Fort Williams, S. P., bds. do. 
Balcom Harriet E. Miss, nurse 690 Congress 
^ Baldwin Albert K., physician 12 Arsenal, h. 24 do. 



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Annie, widow of William K., h. 2 Revere 

Bert E., asst. mgr. 655 Congress, h. 59 Roberts 

Henry L., clerk 185 Fore, bds. 31 do. 

Millard W., sec. City Hall, h. 69 Washburn av. 
Ball Albert E., barber 68 Pine, bds. 190 Danforth 

Amy E. Miss, packer 229 Commercial, bds. 25 Tyng 
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Ball Isaac H., heading maker 276 Commercial, h. 40 Alder 

John J., letter carrier P. O., bds. 72 Melbourne 

John W„ turnkey 21 Commercial, h. 110 Franklin 

John W. Mrs., toilet parlors 110 Franklin, h. do. 

Lewis W., metal turner 444 Fore, h. 72 Melbourne 

Richard H., janitor Odd Fellows Hall 562 Cong., h. 68 Pine 

Samuel, moved to Boston, Mass. 

Thomas, clerk 229 Commercial, h. 25 Tyng 

Thomas W., laborer, h. 25 Tyng 

Joseph A. (Ballantine & Morin), 127 Main, S. P., h. 97 Salem 
BALLANTINE & MORIN (Joseph A. Ballantine and Frank Morin), 

monumental work 127 Main, 3. P. (see advt.) 
Ballard Charles N., mgr., h. 72 Washburn a v. 

Edna M. Miss, bds. 165 Clark 

Florence, clerk 563 Congress, bds. 42 Clark • 

G. Robert, clerk 107 Exchange, bds. 174 Glenwood av. 

Helen G., clerk 247 Congress, bds. 171 Cumberland av. 

Harry S., motorman P. R. R., h. 706 Stevens av. 

Jane A., widow of Robert F., bds. 85 Fessenden 

L. C, mgr. American Ice Co., Clark, S. P., h. at Gardiner 

Michael M., coachman, h. 42 Clark 

William T., auditor 238 St. John, h. 165 Clark 

Willis E., florist 81 High, S. P., h. 174 Glenwood av. 
Ballou Florilla M., nurse, rms. 20 Norwood 
Bamberg Frank N., laundry 26 Temple, h. 100 Wilmot 
Bamford Joshua J., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 245 do. 
Bancroft Charles O., pres. Maine Savings Bank 244 Middle, h. 47 

Deering 
BANCROFT EDWARD D., treas. Deering Laundry Co. 321 Cumber- 
land av., h. 211 Vaughan (see advt.) 

Joseph B., asst. treas. P. I. & S. Co., S. P., and treas. 150 Con- 
gress, h. 87 Winter 

Lena T., widow of Walter P., bds. 47 Deering 
Bander Susie E. T. Miss, nurse, bds. 14 Fernald 
Bangs Bertha H., teacher (Gorham), bds. 80 William 

Clarence E., grocer 389 Forest av,. h. 80 William 

Edward C, paper hanger, h. 92 Vesper 

Edwin G., h. 378 Sawyer, 3. P. 

Ella M. Miss, bds. 808 Congress 

Florence B. Miss, buyer 522 Congress, bds. 92 Vesper 

Freeman M., woodworker foot of Morrill, b. 1120 Forest av. 

H. John, electrician 222 Middle, bds. 92 Vesper 

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*Q . Lilla Miss, seamstress 1181 Forest av., bds. 1124 do. 

J* M Lu °y M -» wj d. of Augustus A., dressmkr. 48 Cong., rms. do. 

(Q Roxanna M., widow of Charles A., bds. 92 Vesper 

O 1Z Ba nister Arthur, sergt. Fort Williams, h. 371 Preble, S. P 

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CHARLES P. HATCH, PRESIDENT. 
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Banks Beatrice B., bds. U. S. Marine Hospital 

Caroline M. Mrs., nurse, bds. 136 Concord 
Charles E., surgeon U. S. Marine Hospital, Veranda, bds. do. 
Constance W., bds. U. S. Marine Hospital 
Frank E., driver Hose 9 P. F. D., h. 267 Woodford 
^^■i Helen A., widow of Ivory, h. 22 Parris 

0H% Helen A., widow of Elias, bds. 237 Woodford 

B Lewis S., h. 30 Brown, S. P. 

Bannigan A. Anthony, clerk 90 Washington av., bds. 92 do. 
ft^fc Owen, metal worker 81 Cross, bds. 3 Monroe 

^ Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Hammond 

muam Patrick, grocer 80 Washington av., h. 3 Monroe 

EEk Bannon Bertha A. Miss, milliner 53 Oak, rms. 94 High 
Barbarian Hagop, barber 54 Portland, rms. 103 Oxford 
Barber Charles T., circulating library 428 Congress, h. 109 Pearl 
^^™ George L., engineer B. & M. R. R., h. 130 Payson 

£/% Barberi Charles D., fruit dealer, h. 1065 Brighton av. 

Joseph, machinist 58 Fore, tods. 1065 Brighton av. 
GS Lorenzo, shipper 143 Fore, bds. 1065 Brighton av. 

Barbler August E., confectioner 486 Congress, h. 48 Angell av., S. P. 
Barbour Adam W., bds. 77 Grand, S. P. 
.^ Albert E. f repairer 517 Congress, h. 14 Myrtle av., S. P. 

g», Alice A. Miss, clerk 31% Exchange, bds. 261 Danforth 

* c 3 Charles, foreman 473 Congress, h. 74 Wilmot 

ac T= Charles B., clerk, bds. 261 Danforth 

*> 2 Charles E., clerk 651 Congress, h. 76 Winter 

== "S Charles N., carriage maker 91 Preble, h. 132 Ocean av. 

■cs «= Charles W., bookkeeper 197 Commercial, h. Pleasant av., P. I. 

i= oa Edward F., teamster 601 Danforth, bds.- 110 Wilmot 

7= " E. Russell, h. 49 Neai 

"S j» Frank E., real estate and magazine agt. 102 Exchange, bds. 

«= 53 132 Ocean av. 

■» *g- Frederick A., bds. rear 140 Cumberland av. 

5s a George E„ painter P. R. R., h. 51 Portland 

■=* -a George E. jr. (T. L. Merrill Co.), 228 Middle, h. 1190 Cong. 

H m George W. f jeweler 383 Congress, h. 37 'St. Lawrence 

eg eo Grizzella Mrs., widow of George L., h. 261 Danforth 

£5 75 Helen I. Miss, clerk Z1Y 2 Exchange, bds. 261 Danforth 

c„ "£ Ina M. Miss, music teacher, bds. 74 Wilmot 

"S3 cp James I., pattern maker 38 Union, n, 67 Winter 

= g John E., died Nov. 27, 1911 

-£ j« John W., adv. solicitor 97 Exchange, h. 14 Myrtle av., S. P. 

Marion M. Miss, milliner 547a Congress, bds. 261 Danforth 



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Mildred L. Miss, actress, bds. 135 Oxford 
Orborne A., trav. salesman 127 Middle, h. at Camden 
Ralph A., clerk 383 Congress, h. at Peaks Island 
Roscoe G., machinist, bds. 77 Pine, S. P. 
Sarah G., widow of George E., h. rear 140 Cumberland av. 
Thurza M. Miss, bookkeeper 28 Free, bds. 261 Danforth 
Timothy W., stone cutter 84 Hanover, h. 14 Kellogg 
Barbrick Abner, ship carpenter, died Jan. 3, 1912 
Adams M., laborer, h. 17 Richland, S. P. 
Chalmers J., steam fitter 75 Union, h. 216 Oxford 
Chester A., painter, ih. 189 Franklin 
Elizabeth, widow of William J., h. 261 Danforth 
Howard, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 36 Alder 
Jane, widow of Abner, bds. 32 Alder 
John, bds. 117 Danforth 
Leslie, bds. 36 Alder 

Samuel, salesman 250 Commercial, h. 32 Alder 
Stephen R., steam fitter 75 Union, h. 36 Alder 
Barclay Edward A., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 55 D, S. P. 
Bardsley Alfred, engineer 17 Temple, rms. do. 
Barker Albert E., clerk 154 Middle, h. 12 Brown, S. P. 
Alice M. Miss, trimmer 2 Beach, bds. 44 E, S. P. 
Andrew B., carpenter, h. 39 Casco 
Archie, cook 118 Center, rms. 61 Elm 
Augusta M., widow of Jacob C, bds. 144 Beacon 
Ben (Turner, Barker & Co.), 48 Exchange, h. 46 West 
Benjamin F., laborer, h. 37 Elm, S. P. 
Catherine J., clerk 608 Congress, bds. 30 Mechanic 
Charles E., purser ferryboat Swampscott, h. Island av., P. I. 
Charles W., cook, h. 6 Pine, S. P. 
Edgar E., physician 58 Veranda, h. do. 

Elsie Gilson, widow of Percy L., principal Woodfords kinder- 
garten, bds. 633 Congress 
Eugene, shoeworker, bds. Island av., Peaks Island 
Frank, electrician 84 Exchange, bds. 30 Mechanic 
George, farmer, bds. 354 Allen av. 
George B., millman 512 Fore, h. 39 Casco 
George J., clerk 66 Portland, h. 16 Mechanic 
George O., bds. 1218 Forest av. 
Harriet R., widow of Clark H., h. 216 Vaughan 
Harry V., finisher 29 Plum, bds. 199 Cumberland av. 
Hattie A. Miss, bookkeeper 239 Congress, bds. 199 Cumb. av. 
Jack S., clerk, rms. 766 Congress 
James, mgr. 563 Congress, bds. 61 Elm 
Jesse A., fisherman, bds. Ira Horr's, Long Island 
John L., salesman 24 Preble, h. 34 Taylor 
Joseph, boilermaker 58 Fore, h. 37 Elm, S. P. 
Lewis A., electrician 84 Exchange, *h. 30 Mechanic 
Louis F., machinist 68 Oak, h. 94 Irving 
Martha J., widow of John T., bds. 44 E, S. P. 
Mary P. Miss, bds. 656 Congress 
Olivia Robie Miss, bds. 122 State 
Phebe, clerk 608 Congress, bds. 30 Mechanic 
Ray C, clerk 500 Commercial, bds. 108 Cottage, S. P. 
Thomas, upholsterer 31 Plum, h. 199 Cumberland av. 
Warren P., polisher 31 Plum, bds. 3 Elmwood pi. 
William, machinist M. C. R. R., h. 108 Cottage, S. P. 
William A., engineer, h. 72 B, S. P. 



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c^-S William D., laborer, bds. 38 High 

~ >»© William W., master mariner, h. 11 Pine 

<8 c © Barnaby Samuel, bds. 27 Merrill 
. Q ^"JJ Samuel J., asst. supt. 390 Congress, h. 27 Merrill 

a oii Barnard Albert D., gate tender 179 Coyle, bds. 19 Prospect 
« ©£ Herbert W., trav. salesman, h. 297 Preble, S. P. 

&«•§ Herbert W. jr., cashier 13 Franklin, h. 64 Neal 

♦5.1^ Barnes Amelia E. Miss, milliner 420 Congress, bds. 169 Newbury 
£ wjo Amy G. Mrs., h. 20 Smith 

u^ Charles 8., carpenter 639 Forest av., h. 9 Walton 

Q Cornell A., mason, h. 60 Mabel 

Druscilla H. Miss, clerk 323 Congress, bds. 30 Mabel 

• Ethel M. Miss, bds. 842 Congress 

^^^ Frank K., night foreman 97 Exchange, h. 842 Congress 

p"^ (Frank R., painter, h. 19 Brattle 

V^vP Fred, fireman, h. 29 Forest av. 

Fred, asst. electrician 118 Federal, h. 13 Chapel 

Fred L., draughtsman 58 Fore, h. 224 Eastern promenade 

Fred W., lineman 45 Forest av., bds. 13 Chapel 

George D., agent, bds. 62 Myrtle 

Harriett Miss, housekeeper, bds. 448 Riverside 

Holman M., trav. salesman 159 Commercial, h. 28 Coyle 

Ira, shoe worker, bds. 250 Pleasant 

James H., vice-pres. H. S. Melcher Co. 159 Commercial, bds. 
Columbia Hotel 

Myrtle A. Miss, clerk 58 Fore, bds. 20 Smith 
~^**-« Nellie L. Miss, clerk 562 Congress rm. 305, rms. 150 Free 

P ^ Olive H., student, bds. 28 Coyle 

Percy A., clerk 94 Commercial, bds. 20 Smith 
» ^^_ Sarah Mrs., bds. 102 Pitt 

i^^ Samuel N., clerk 537 Congress rm. 26, h. 102 Pitt 

[^J Thomas S., trav. salesman 159 Commercial, h. at S. Paris 

1 Walter, clerk 201 Federal, bds. 64 William 

JJ™ William H., barber 276 Middle, h. 64 William 

William W., clerk 159 Commercial, h. 15 Gray 

William W., student, bds. 28 Coyle 
Barnett Benjamin D. jr., janitor 112 Free, rms. do. 

Bradbury, carpenter, h. 220 Front, S. P. 

• Julia M. Miss, clerk, bds. 789 Stevens av. 
^^5* Nina M., clerk 1191 Forest av.. bds. 789 Stevens av. 

Samuel P., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 6 Forest 
f • William B., barber and variety store and clerk P. O. sub. sta. 

I I } No. 1, 1191 Forest av., h. 789 Stevens av. 

BARNEY G. MORTIMER, state agent Travelers' Insurance Co. 37 
"g Exchange, h. 93 State (see advt.) 

g « Barnfield Francis, foreman 426 Fore, bds. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

o E Francis jr., bds. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

£jj* Herbert, bds. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

® u >» Kathleen R. Miss, artist, bds. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

gj- « Barnstone William V., jeweler, moved to Berlin, N. H. 

c-g'u Barnicle Michael, engineer, h. 38 Washington av. 

$ j o. Barnum Clara S., widow of Isaac, bds. 118 Concord 

g w Barrett Abby A., widow of Charles D., h. 240 B 

J3 « « Abby S. Miss, bds. 88 Park 

1° Adelaide W. Miss, waitress Union Station cafe, bds. 240 B 

X Arlene, cashier 256 Middle, bds. 9 Parris 

g Carl C, clerk 238 St. John, bds. 1100 W r ashington av. 

Catherine, widow of Charles W., h. 9 Parris 



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Charles, teamster, bds. 83 Danforth 

Charles W., clerk 465 Congress rm. 809, bds. 9 Parris 

Delia Miss, bds. 79 Chestnut 

Edward, laborer, bds. 254 Danforth 

Ella M. Miss, milliner 612 Congress, bds. 1142 do. 

Frank C, Christian Scientist 655 Congress rm. 711, h. do. 

.Franklin R., died Jan. 5, 1912 

Fred R., ticket agent Union Station, bds. 62 Granite 

George W., foreman 70 Free, h. 103 Lancaster 

Ida M. Miss, bookkeeper 149 Danforth, bds. 240 B 

Iva A., widow of Lawrence S., bds. 99% Wilmot 

Jennie Mrs., clerk 15 Monument sq., rms. 18 Wilmot q 

John E., checker Union Station, (b. 95 Gilman 

John P. J., laborer, bds. 254 Danforth 

Lawrence S., died July 4, 1911 J jfj 

Lucia W. L, widow of Franklin R., h. 169 State £ - 

Margaret A. Miss, milliner 548 Congress, bds. 68 Pleasant ™ 

Margaret G., widow of Michael, b. 254 Danforth 

Martha L. Mrs., h. 1100 Washington av. ' 

Mary T. Miss, bds. 254 Danforth 

Mary T. Mrs., Christian Scientist 655 Congress, rm. 711, bds. "1 

655 do., rm. 703 
Nellie M. Mrs., milliner, bds. 1142 Congress 
Patrick, h. 68 Pleasant 
Patrick J., laborer, h. 16 Larch 
Sadie G. Miss, boxmaker 40 Union, bds. 240 B 
Thomas L., clerk, bds. 254 Danforth 
William H., clerk 236 Middle, h. 861 Congress 
Winfield S. (Greene & Barrett), 149 Danfortb, h. 240 B 

Barrie Henry C, engineer G. T. R., bds. 730 Washington av. 

Barron Adam G., foreman, h. 288 Portland 

Alfred, driver, bds. 148 Beacon -. 

Charles, driver 642 Forest av., Ik 148 Beacon S 

Fannie, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 52 Federal (j| q 

F. E., motorman P. R. R. Co., bds. 1066 Forest av. O 

Harry A., laborer, h. 234 Danforth m JJ 

Harry N., bds. 52 Federal ^ g 

James S., clerk M. S. S. Co. Franklin whf., bds. Murray lane q 3e 
John J., clerk M. S. S. Co. Franklin whf., bds. Murray lane j jg 

Martin A., student, bds. Murray lane ^ pi 

Martin J., laborer, h. Murray lane 2 29 

Minnie, operator 148 Middle, bds. Chatham fy q 

Morris B., junk, h. 52 Federal fT| ~ 

Reba Miss, operator 144 Middle, bds. 43 Hampshire jj£ 

Rose Mrs., bds. 71 Salem 2 

Rose Miss, seamstress, bds. 52 Federal • (i> 

Sadie, operator 148 Middle, bds. 43 Hampshire H 

Barrows Charles D., purchasing agent M. C. R. R. 238 St. John, h. 
Cottage rd., C. E. 
Charles O., stenographer Supreme Judicial Court and (C. O. 

Barrows Co.) 30 Exchange, h. 408 Cumberland av. 
C. O. Co. (Charles O. Barrows), office supplies and agents 

for Oliver Typewriter, 30 Exchange 
George A., constable 48% Exchange, fa. 196 High 
George C, manager 651 Congress, h. 94 Glenwood av. 
Horace, h. 163 Harriet, S. P. 
Moses, laborer, bds. 6 India 
William, bds. 158 Spring 



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BARROWS 

William F., painter, h. 229 Allen av. 
Barry Agnes Miss, laundress, Ms. 238 Danforth 

Harry S., engineer C. B. & H. Lines Custom House whf., h. 
at Wiscasset 

Isaac S., pressman 13 Monument sq., bds. 19 Frederic 

James F., compositor 13 Monument sq., h. 384 Cumberland av. 

James W., engineer M. C. R. R., h. rear 63 Danforth 

John E., fireman 8. F. E. No. 9, h. 1245 Forest av. 

Margaret A., widow of Thomas J., nurse, h. 4 Wilmot pi. 

Margaret E. Miss, candy maker 4 Milk, bds. 3 Horton pi. 

Mary A. Miss, ironer 26 Temple, h. 3 Horton pi. 

Susan, widow of Edward, died Sept. 17, 1911 

Thomas E., stevedore, h. 144 Sawyer, S. P. 

Thomas J., died Feb. 5, 1911 

William H., attendant U. S. Marine Hos., died Sept. 30, 1911 
Barsalow Joseph A., painter, h. 66 Hanover 
Barstow Burton L., trav. salesman 273 Com'l, bds. 142 Pleasant 

Chester A., trav. salesman, bds. 266 Pine, S. P. 

Florence A. Miss, bds. 266 Pine, iS. P. 

Mabel L. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. 273 Cumberland av. 

Sally C. Miss, prin. Center st. kindergarten, bds. 699 Cong. 
h Sarah A., widow George R., <h, 266 Pine, S. P. 

u Barteau John C, transferman Union Station, h. 92a Gilman 
g Barter Carrie Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 130 Danforth 
h Charles C, watchman 151 Kennebec, h. rear 232 Forest av. 

* Harold H., clerk 5 Monument sq., bds. 231 Preble, S. P. 

£ Venora, bds. 358 Brown, S. P. 

Walter, mail clerk, bds. 335 Cumberland av. 



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■*■ J Bartfield Joseph, peddler, h. 422a Fore 
^> £ Barthold Napoleon, boiler maker M. C. shops, b. 12 Forest 

<u Bartholomew Erasmo L., h. Hodgkins 
* Katherine F. Mrs., clerk 11 Plum, bds. 30a Preble 

QJ w Samuel, bds. Hodgkins 

fj± Bartlett Alexander P., conductor P. R. R., h. 48 E, S. P. 

"J Arthur, carpenter, bds. 268 B 

A. Thurlow, clerk 13 Franklin, h. 21 Tremont 
UJ Carrie E. Mrs., h. 64 Cedar 

I Charles, timekeeper M. S. S. Co. Franklin wihf., h. 14 Locust 

Charles A., bds. 169 Brackett 
L^ Charles A., clerk 494 Congress, bds. 46 Brown 

■ Edwin M., mgr., h. 283 Deering av. 

F. E., motorman P. R. R., h. at Westbrook 

Ferdinand M., conductor P. R. R., h. 19 Ocean 

Forest E., bds. 188 Brackett 

George H., foreman Chase Transfer Co. Franklin wharf, h. 
13 Mountfort 

Grace Miss, packer 4 Milk, bds. 7 Leonard 

Harry C, carpenter B. & M. shops, h. Drake 

Jessie J. Miss, bds. 14 Locust 

John, millman, rms. 46 Brown 

Martha, widow of Charles, h. 1024 Washington av. 

Mary Mrs., h. 7 Larch 

Mary A. Miss, bds. 7 Larch 

P. G., bookkeeper 31% Exchange, rm. 16, h. 16 Dow 

William C, trav. salesman", h. 188 Brackett 

William F., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 37 Spruce 
Barto Joseph, laborer, h. 29 Danforth 



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Bartol William H., fisherman, h. Long Island Qj g. 

Barton Fredman E., h. 55 Randall Q) — 

James, mason P. R. R. Co., bds. 207 Forest av. JZ (0 

Jarvis E., teamster 240 Federal, h. 219 York w T 

John L., clerk, moved to Montreal 

Llewellyn, lawyer and clerk of courts County Court House, h. 
122 Free 

Robert, laundryman 12 Arsenal, h. 228 Forest av. 

Walter H., section man M. C. R. R., h. rear 1203 Forest av. 
Bartsch Harry F., fireman, h. Bonny-Bank rd., S. P. 
Basiege Leo L., steward, bds. 99 Walton 
Bass Arthur C, clerk 156 Free rm. 512, h. at Peaks Island 

George W., clerk 238 St. John, rms. 655 Congress rm. 323 

Girard sN., salesman, bds. 114 Park 

Hyman, paper hanger 413 Fore, h. 85% Middle 

Peter F., section hand B. & M. R. R., h. 78 Gilman 

Walter, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 78 Gilman 

William, clerk 149 Oxford, h. 127 Pearl 
Bassford Helene Miss, stenographer E. S. S. Co., bds. 19 Sherman 

(Samuel J., physician 156 Free, rm. 53, h. 19 Sherman 
Baston Almon L., police inspector 21 Commercial, h. 130 Cumb. av 

Hazel E. Miss, stenog. 187 Middle rm. 3, bds. 130 Cumb. av. ^^^ 

Batchelder Adelaide Miss, operator, bds. 174 Newbury V* 

Charles H., wall paper 16 Brown, rms. 30a Preble | 

Clifford E., moved to Boston ^^^ 

Ethel F. Miss, h. 1 Park pi. ^ 

Frank, foreman P. R. R., h. 107 Leland 0^ 

George D., engineer G. T. R., h. 592 Washington av. ^B9 

Nelson E., painter 307 Fore, h. 31 Kellogg ^ 

Percy, reporter. 99 Exchange, h. at Westbrook 

Perley L., bds. 31 Kellogg 

W. P., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 19 A 
Batcheldor Royes, fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 22 South 

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Batcher Harold C. W., teacher 507% Congress, bds. 26 High 
Bateman Frank M., cutter 105 Middle, h. Peaks Island 

George H., dentist, bds. 194 High 

George L„ polisher, h. Central av., Peaks Island 

Leon C, barber 578 Congress, bds. 118 Washington av. 
Bates Arthur L., vice-pres. Union Mutual Life Ins. Co. 396 Congress, 
h. 95 West 

Arthur R., laundryman 26 TemDle. bds. 35 Cedar 
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Bates Clarence R., lineman, h. 35 Cedar 

Clarendon S., foreman 302 Commercial, h. 7 Bates 



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E 5 David H., trav. salesman 307 Com'l, fa at St. Stephen, N. B. 

U, ~ Dorothy W., bds. 95 West 

O h Edward N., dining rooms 527 Com'l and 4 Brackett, h. do. 

q 3 BATES FRANK L., painter 103 Clark, bds. 11 Casco (see advt.) 
g fS| Fred L., supt. 562 Congress, rm. 202, h. 4 Clifton 

§ So Howard, apprentice 444 Fore, rm. 1, bds. 22 Free 

J* ^ u Isadore A., widow of William, bds. 53 Thomas 

£g w Nellie T. Mrs., moved to Boston, (Mass. 

(g So BATES SAMUEL L., lawyer and county attorney 142 Federal, h. 

Q z 141 Walton (see opp. Lawyers) 

(-. g BATES SOLOMON W., patent attorney First National Bank bldg. 

Wu. 57 Exchange, rm. 28, bds. 560 Forest av. (see opp. Lawyers) 

Wesley W., salesman 231 Middle, h. 77 Montrose av. 

Willis M., pres. Bates, Butler, Littlefield Co. 231 Middle, h. 

• 23 Emerson 

OBatih Tony, laborer, h. 25 Middle 
& Brunswick Light & Power Co., Charles Sumner Cook, pres., 
O Arthur S. Bosworth, treas., 465 Congress, rm. 902 

Batlouney Shoukry, fancy goods 327 Congress, rms. 291 Cumb. av. 
Batson Maude E. Miss, nurse 50 Cushman, bds. do. 
^Ki Battles Frank E., laborer 167 Kennebec, rms. 406 Cumberland av. 
Q(Q Battoney Nabeka Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 291 Cumberland av. 

Batty Alfred iS., inspector B. & M. R. R., h. Colonial 
K. . Harold, clerk, bds. 99 Lancaster 

^"* Howard, clerk 58 Fore, bds. 109 do. 

r T l John, steam fitter 51 Kennebec, h. 109 Lancaster 

l«™4 William C, engineer, h. 99 Lancaster 

1 Batura Joe, sizer 2 Beach, h. 48 Salem 
JU2 Batz John, corporal Fort Preble, S. P., h. 195 Pickett, do. 

<Bau Eli, peddler,. h. 1 Garden lane 
Bauder Arthur F., machinist 58 Fore, bds. 14 Fernald 
Bauer Nicholas, trav. salesman 53 Exchange, bds. Falmouth Hotel 
Qj Baum Fanny, bds. 52 Federal 

'"^ Baumgartner Sarah, housekeeper, bds. 49 Spring 

• Bawden Alfred H., reporter 97 Exchange, h. 359 Congress 

O Baxter Clinton L. (Portland Packing Co.), 26 York, h. 2 Storer 
Emily P. Miss, bds. 61 Deering 
Eugene R. (Portland Packing Co.), 26 York, h. 92 West 

• George F., barber, bds. 83 Myrtle 

LL James B., cashier 252 Commercial, h. 90 Pitt 

James P., pres. Portland. Savings Bank 83 Exchange and 

office 655 Congress, rm. 206, h. 61 Deering 
James P. jr., h. 55 Carroll 
g Mary A., widow of William, rms. 660 Congress 

O Nellie Miss, rms. Ill Forest av. 

m H Percival P., lawyer 655 Congress, rm. 208, bds. 61 Deering 

y 2 Robert C, driver 15 Temple, bds. 83 Myrtle 

^CO ^ Samuel, engineer, h. 114 Newbury 

0«<J u Baxter's Landing, 35 Portland Pier 
g(j ~ Bayes Carrie Mrs., boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 65 Spring 
S>. J Edith A., stenographer 180% Middle, bds. 65 Spring 



Bayley Harry, electrical engineer, h. 3 Dalton 



um 3 Beach Avenue House, William A. Merrill prop., Long Island 

<U< George S., conductor P. R. R., bds. 6 Allen av. 

HjCO Beacham Dana S., h. 76 William 

z Melissa R. Mrs., millinery 562 Cong. rm. 207, b. 76 William 

| Beaird Jane Mrs., h. 35 Tate 

Beakings William E., laborer, h. 12 Tremont, S. P. 



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Beal Arlington M., engineer M. C. R. R., bds. 44 Gilman 

Edward. E., blacksmith, h. 848 Congress 

Edwin S., printer 180% Middle, bds. 11 Casco 

Eva M. Miss, bds. 103 Spring 

Frank S., h. 103 Spring 

George H., driver 61 Pleasant, h. 171 Neal 

George H. Mrs. (Leavitt Shampoo Co.), 171 Neal, h. do. 

G. Shepley, clerk 120 Exchange rm. 205, bds. 171 Neal 

Huldah A., widow of Enoch F., h. 19 North 

Lester I., draughtsman 465 Cong. rm. 501, bds. 196 High 

Lincoln C, clerk 261 Middle, h. 176 Grant 

Lottie C. Miss, milliner 6 Howard, h. do. 

Marguerite E. Miss, boxmaker 42 Union, bds. 176 Grant 

Ralph E., printer, h. 22 Cedar 
Beale Arthur W., teller Cumb. Nat. Bank 54 Exchange, h. 419 Cum- 
berland av., sum. res. Loveitt Heights, S. P. 

Charlotte Miss, student, bds. 56 Federal 

Edward L., magazine agent, h. 90 High 
Beals Belle A. Miss, mgr. 502 Congress rm. 7, bds. Summit, S. P. 

Bernice Miss, stenographer, rms. 226 Spring 

Harlie O., clerk 500 Congress, bds at Westbrook 

Lizzie W., widow of Benj. A., bds. 448 Preble, S. P. 

Maynard H., trav. salesman 166 Commercial, h. at Foxcroft 

Sarah, widow of Frederick H„ h. 202 Coyle 

Thomas P. Furniture Co., Edward W. Cox treas., furniture, 
foot of Morrill 
Beaman John W. barber 228 Newbury, bds. 26 North 
Bean Alfred L., heading maker 276 Commercial, h. rear 43 Lafayette 

Alja F., h. 1299 Congress 

Alton A., agent B. & M. R. R., h. 172 Brown, S. P. 

Annie Mrs., bds. 148 Spring 

Carrie I. Miss, teacher State School for Boys Westbrook, S 
P., bds. do. 

Earle G., electrician 45 Forest av., h. 174 Stanford, S. P. 

Edward E., baggagemaster B. & M. R. R., h. 303a St. John 

Elden 3., clerk 26 Temple, bds. 841 Congress 

Ella A., widow of William H. W., bds. 710 Congress 

Everett A., clerk p. O., S. P., bds. 172 Brown, do. 

Everett L., brakeman B. & M. R. R., h. 4 Ashmont 

Florin R., painter G. T. R., bds. 217 Auburn 

Frank L., tinsmith, bds. 303a St. John 

George W., lineman 45 Forest av., h. 25 Chapel 

Harry, carpenter, bds. 84 Mitchell rd., S. P. 

Harry, laborer, bds. 82 Lancaster 

Harry E., heading maker 276 Commercial, h. 88 Anderson 

Henry E., carpenter, h. 37 Lancaster 

Joseph, janitor 16 and 46 York, h. 78 Newbury 

Laura, widow of Abner J., h. 421 Cumberland av. 

Levi A., teamster, h. 54 Hanover 

Lemuel E., carpenter, h. Kent 

Mabel A., bds. 303a St. John 

Otho R., traveling salesman, bds. Congress 3q. Hotel 

Rufus D., h. 372 Cumberland av. 

William M., merchant 329 Auburn, h. do. 
Beander Thomas, cook 125 State, bds. do. 
Beane Charles A., mason, h. 204 Ocean av. 

Clara, boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 37 Lancaster 

Emily, boxmaker 68 Cross 



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BEARCE 

Bearce Charles G„ bds. 88 Chestnut 

Edna Miss, bds. 148 Cumberland av. 
Elizabeth H. Mrs., widow of Farmer, bds. 148 Cumb. av. 
Harry S., shipping clerk 273 Commercial 
Samuel F., carpenter 3 Center, h. 31 Prospect 
Sherman, h. 250 High 
Beardsley Conrod, bds. 20 Spruce 

Frank C, artist, h. 20 Spruce 
Frank C. Mrs., seamstress, bds. 20 Spruce 
John, teamster, bds. rear 996 Ocean av. 
Beardsworth Ellen Mrs., widow of William, h. 556 Forest av. 
Margaret G. Miss, stenographer, bds. 556 Forest av. 
Nellie Miss, music teadher 556 Forest av., bds. do. 
Beariman George, stone cutter foot of Wilmot 

Bearse George C. (Bearse, Murphy & Co.), 225y 2 Middle, h. 48 
Bramhall 
Murphy & Co. (George C. Bearse and Thomas J. Murphy), 

wholesale fancy goods 225 Mj Middle 
Philip, draughtsman, bds. 48 Bramhall 
Beasley Charles, solderer 252 Commercial, h. 84 Chestnut 
Beatley Ralph E. E., conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 18 Grant 
Beattie Coleman, laborer, h. 4 Spring 

Jennie, dressmaker 65 Spring, h. do. 
Beaty Julia Mrs., h. 44 Center 

Beatty John, teamster 229 Commercial, bds. 10 Quincy 
Mary A. Miss, maid, bds. 106 State 
Michael, laborer, h. 34 Salem 
Stephen, stableman, rear 147 Presumpscot 
*^~ William J., mgr. 582 Congress, rms. 130 Spring 

*— J Beaudet Orville E., horse dealer 69 Cross, rms. do. 

Beaudoin Emil, teamster, bds. 227 Cumberland av. 
5^ Frank, engineer M. C. R. R., bds. 41 High 

^— Beaudry Alice I. Miss, clerk 535 Congress, bds. 22 Cleaves 
Wilfred, chef 230 Middle, .bds. Pearl 
Beaulieu James H., clerk, bds. 13 Johanson 
<^y Beaumont George W., trav. salesman, rms. 177 High 
i % Beaupre George, rms. 205% Middle 

1^^ Beck Alice B., widow~of Francis W., principal North school kinder- 
garten, rms. 88 Park 
ao George E., moved to Falmouth 

j£ Lydia H. Miss, stenog. 95 Exchange rm. 22, bds. 88 Park 

O *« William S., motorman P. R. R., h. 460 Summer, S. P. 

S 0> Vange M., clerk M. C. R. R., bds. 460 Summer, S. P. 



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Becker Joseph C, attendant U. S. Marine Hospital, bds. do. 

T3 © Beckett Annie H. Miss, h. 10 Locust 
fl fj Walter S., clerk 238 St. John, h. 29 Taylor 

* 4) Beckford Margaret,' widow of James R., h. 228 Forest av. 

"J Ph Bechman David Y., capt. C. A. C. Fort Williams, C. E., bds. do. 

J d Beckman Fred, blacksmith, rms. 43 India 

PQ S Beckwith Charles, clerk M. C. R. R., bds 408 St. John 

g Beckworth Alfred, baggage clerk M. C. R. R., bds. 239 St. John 

5 J5 Bedlow Horace D., car starter P. R. R., rms. 291 Cumberland av. 

^2 Xfl Beebe Estelle, widow of William W., h. 28 State 

-g Beecher Jeremiah, carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 11 Fowler 
§ John, gardener 1929 Forest av., h. 9 Dingley ct. 

fa Beechwood Edward G., h. 99 Falmouth 

Beedy Bertha Miss, dressmaker 494 Congress, bds. 95 Leland 



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BEEDY 

Carroll L., lawyer 465 Congress rm. 106, rms. 655 do. 
Beeler Charles, carpenter 476 Fore, h. 35 Danforth 

Charles H., millman 476 Fore, bds. 35 Danforth 
Margaret A., clerk 522 Congress, bds. 20 Irving 

(Maud E., widow of Freeman A., rms. 18 Wilmot ■■■ 
Walter, teamster, 350 Commercial, h. 33 Danforth 

Beem Franklin K. Rev., h. 2 Hunt Ig^t 

Beeman George C, finisher 374 Congress, h. at Gorham ^* 

Beers Mary Miss, clerk, bds. 34 Oak £ 

Sarah, widow of Joseph, died May 28, 1911 mam 

Thomas L„ fisherman, h. Oregon av. mmmm 

Beesley George M., clerk 390 Fore, h. 6 Avon ■■■ 

Beilinea Louise, peddler, h. 25 Chatham %■# 

Bilink William B., h. 12 Tremont, S. P. SJQP 

Belcher Eliza Miss, bds. 16 Federal ~--m0 

Joseph A., mechanical dentist 633 Congress rm 100, h. m ^^ 
(Peaks Island 

Beleveau Joseph, millman 54 York, h. 21 Canton — , 
Belewicz William, laborer, h. 20 Briggs 

Belifacto Joseph, laborer, h. 279 Fore Q) 

Belknap Octavia A., widow of Charles B., bds. 206 Spring £■ 

Bell Alice M. resident worker 53 Center, bds. do. M m 

Annie G., clerk 98 Exchange, rms. 3 New, S. P. o> "J 

Arthur W., salesman 5 .Monument sq., h. 18 Atlantic H CL 

Charles M„ pres. 85 Market rm. 44, h. Washburn av. °«™3 

Charles M., civil engineer, bds. 243 State a^ 

Edward A., clerk 1 India, bds. 69 Grant _, ^ 

Edward S., clerk post office, h. 69 Grant m ^Z 

Elva F. Miss, h. 761 Stevens av. 2 *^ 

Frank E., ins. agt. 465 Congress rm. 205, rms. 16 Shepley ? O 
George G., civil engineer 120 Exchange rm. 406, rms. 5 Walker pi "1 

George H., h. 3 New, S. P. w ^7 
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Ida F., timekeeper 58 Fore, bds. 73 Vesper " O 

Irene M. Miss, stenographer 197 Commercial, ibds. 46 Myrtle JJJ 

John M., -salesman 197 Commercial, h. 46 Myrtle 

Laura Mrs. laundress, bds. 321 Cumberland av. 

Lillian I. Miss, ass't 499^ Congress, bds. 46 Myrtle 

Mary T., widow of James, florist 761 Stevens av., h. do. 

Phoebe, widow of Melvin R. L., h. rear 148 Presumpscot 

Ralph, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 3 New, S. P. 

Thomas, conductor P. R. R., h. 538 Ocean av. 



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Wilbur C, salesman, bds. 538 Ocean av. 

William, machinist 143 Fore, h. at Westbrook ^ j 

William E., machinist 58 Fore, in. 47 Mayo o """■ 

William S., bds. 3 New, S. P. ^ CD 

Bellefontaine John, inspector B. & M. R. R., h. 147 St. John « 3 

Sinclair, machinist M. C. R. R., bds. 1005 Congress 3 

Bellefontine Vincent, teamster 151 Kennebec o TT 

William, packer 7 Franklin, h. 32 Walnut 2 J*" 

William D., teamster 419 Portland, h. r. 1113 Congress W 

Bellfontane Webber, carpenter 58 Fore £ 

Bellefountaine Frederick, baker, moved to Bar Harbor HB 

Bellino Michael, laborer, h. 24 Newbury Cfl 

Belodeau Zepherin, laborer, bds. 19 Cherry 

Belter Fred, painter, h. Ill Riverside 

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•5 Belyea Frank V., carriage painter 984 Forest av., h. 210 Congress 
"* Percy H., supt. 1169 Forest av., h. 225 B 

S-s Beman George C, finisher 374 Congress, h. at Gorham 
£ffl J Guy E., lather 143 Fore 

a°f Joiin W., hairdresser 85 Market rm. 7, h. 26 North 

S|« Bemis Frank E., blacksmith r. 455 Portland, h. 10 Douglass 
^uj 2 ? Bendelow Edward, machinistB. & M. R. R., bds. 1107 Forest av. 
°^p Eleanor Miss, bds. 8 Presumpscot 

"E Eleanor, nurse, rms. 20 Norwood 

s James, boiler maker G. T. R., h. 8 Presumpscot 

James F., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 8 Presumpscot 
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, 92 Free 
• Bengara John, tanner, h. 16 Briggs 

OBenham Frank, cigars 475 Congress, rms. do. 
Beninger William, sergeant Ft. Williams, h. 383 Preble, S. P. 
O Benjamin Charles C, cook 233 Federal, bds. 63 Hampshire 
Elmer T., laborer, h. 41a Chestnut 

Florence Miss, clerk 450 Congress, bds. 51 Washburn av. 
q<\ Harry W., bookkeeper 336 Commercial, h. 7 Pillsbury, S. P. 

^PJ Jacob, blacksmith 265 Commercial, h. 9 Vine 

^ Otto W., shipper 540 Congress, h. 51 Washburn 

l Benn Coleman, electrician, moved to Hodgdon 

^y Sophie M. Miss, stenographer State School for Boys West- 

r* brook, S. P., bds. do. 

f^JV Benner Augustus M., barber 25 Preble/ ih. 5 Weymouth 
KM Enos T., carpenter 28 Ocean, S. P., h. do. 

Etta, stitcher 67 Union, bds. 10 Quincy 

^^J Everett G., sec. 243 Middle, h. 23 Sherman 

H Florence F. Miss, stenographer 85 Commercial, bds. 36 Vesper 

George C, freight handler B. & M. R. R., bds. 28 Ocean, S. P. 
<— ^ Harold K., bookkeeper 470 Congress, h. 19 Lennox 

^C Ida F. Mrs., dressmaker 36 Vesper, h. do. 

^J Joseph W., h. 44 Sawyer 

W2 Julia E. Mrs., dressmaker 28 Ocean, S. P., h. do. 

^» Leo, bds. 44 (Sawyer 

m Maud E. Mrs., bds. 319 Congress 

ORita M. Miss, clerk 36 Brown, bds. 44 Sawyer 
Sanford D., carpenter 512 Fore, bds. 56 Ocean av. 
William H., master mariner, h. Essex 
Bennett Albert J., clerk, bds. 104 Monument « 
•L Albert P., engineer, h. 104 Monument 

^^ Alma G. Miss, bookkeeper 486 Congress, bds. 701 do. 

i Bessie M. Miss, bookkeeper 200 Pearl, bds. 10 Willis 

Carolyn E. Miss, clerk 467 Congress, bds. 92 Salem 
.e Charles A., moved to Boston 

•s . Chester W., clerk 5 Monument sq., bds. 58 Alba 

»« BENNETT CONTRACTING CORPORATION, Raymond F. Bennett 
^ o-^ treas. 211 Commercial (see advt.) 

ti"2 5 C ™ E -» widow of Charles L., housekeeper 232 Oxford, bds. do. 

Doris L. Miss, folder, bds. 232 Oxford 
Edgar H., clerk 585 Congress, h. 1164 do. 
jQ e S Edward Mrs., cook, h. 122 Washington av. 

gJTC Elizabeth T. Miss, bds. 7 Briggs 

-j-S 2 Ernest L., conductor P. R. R., h. 75 Forest av. 

&£ Etta E. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 59 Pleasant 

5© Flora E. Mrs., bds. 48 Winter 

§ Francis E., mgr. Brown ct., bds. do. 

Frank A., laborer, n. Brown ct, 



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Frank D., clerk 109 Commercial, h. 32 Waterville 

Frank W., hostler 61 India, h. do. 

George M., filer 75 Bell, bds. 411 Stevens av. 

Hannah E., widow of Henry S., bds. 701 Congress 

Harriet P., clerk 544 Congress, bds. Brown ct. 

Helen I. Miss, asst. forewoman 43 Market, bds. 7 Briggs 

Henry B., pres. 200 Pearl, h. 10 Willis 

Howard C., asst. bookkeeper 5 Monument sq., rms. 84 Carleton 

James M., traveling salesman 211 Commercial, h. 119 Leland 

John A., died October 28, 1910 

John D., motorman P. R. R., h. at Yarmouthville 

John D., shoe repairer 245a Congress, h. 145^ Newbury 

John F., druggist 269 Congress, bds. 92 Salem 

John W., baker 97 Atlantic, bds. 66 Quebec 

Lucy A., widow of John, moved to Falmouth 

Lydia S., widow of Henry P., bds. 1008 Congress 

Mabel Miss, nurse, bds. 200 Spring 
BENNETT MANUFACTURING CO., Henry B. Bennett pres., Ed- 
win L. Goding, treas, wood-workers 196-200 Pearl (see 
advt.) 

Marion A., student, bds. 66 Quebec 

Martha A., widow of Nathaniel, moved to Wollaston, Mass. 

Mary Miss, shoeworker 67 Union, bds. 59 Pleasant 

Mary A. Miss, forewoman 67 Union, bds. Brown ct. 

Mary Elizabeth, widow of John R., h. 66 Quebec 

Mary E. Miss, teacher Staples school, bds. 92 Salem 

Mary F. Mrs. laundress, rms. 120 Free 

Mary V. Miss, bds. 35 Melbourne 

Milan R., clerk 1203 Forest av., h. 135 Warren av. 

Mildred Miss, music teacher, rms. 91 State 

Mildred B., bds. rear 235 Oxford 

Olin E., dept. manager 482 Congress, n. 40 Fessenden 

Patrick, h. 92 Salem 

Raymond F., pres. Bennett Contracting Corp. 211 Com'l, b. 
35 Melbourne 

Richard F., clerk 121 Center, bds. 92 Salem 

Roland G., student, rms. 174 Neal 

R. K., carpenter P. R. R. Co. 

Samuel, tailor 516 Congress, bds. 59% Middle 

Sarah E., widow of Edward, h. 126 Washington av. 

Stanley T., clerk G. T. R. 

Walter F., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 104 Monument 

Walter J., reed maker, rms. 30a Preble 

William, fireman, moved to Worcester, Mass. 

William A., clerk 659 Congress, bds. 194 High 

William F., died Dec. 29, 1910 

William H., collector, bds. 92 Salem 

William L., watchman Evergreen cemetery, h. 688 Stevens av. 

William P., clerk 549 Congress, h. 84 Quebec 

William W., clerk, bds. 66 Quebec 
Benson Alexander, painter, h. 126 Washington av. 

Benjamin F., conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 288 State 

Catherine M., widow of Matthew, h. 153 Forest av. 

Charles A., mason, bds. 251 Cumberland av. 

Charles C, conductor M. C. R. R., h. 895 Congress 

Charles F., clerk 229 Commercial, bds. 130 Free 

Charles T., teamster 94 Commercial, h. 15 Pembroke 

Clinton W., h. 190 Front, S. P. 



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Cyrus M., mason, h. 675 Stevens av. 
Delia W. Miss, stenographer 70 Free, bds. 15 Pembroke 
Edgar E. (Allen & Co.), 204 Middle, h. 754 Congress 
Emily E., widow of William H., bds. 51 Roberts 
Henry C, massuer, h. 421 Cumberland av. 
Henry F., painter, h. rear 195 Front, S. P. 
John J. laborer, h. 7 Liberty 

Lucius D., fireman M, C. R. R., bds. 397 Summer, S. P. 
Perley, laborer, h. 254 Washington av. 
Perley C, teamster, bds. 14 Fox 
Ralph H., asst. mgr. 119 Middle, rms. 241 High 
Roswell, switchman B. & M. R. R., h. 397 Summer, S. P. 
(Samuel H., electric repairs P. R. R., h. 15 Howard 
Wilfred E., fireman B. & M. R. R., rms. 37 Crescent 
Bent Annie F. Mrs., h. 787 Forest av. 

Edmund B., motorman, died November 4, 1910 
Mabel Miss, nurse 68 High, bds. do. 
Margaret, widow of Edmund B., bds. 161 St. John 
Bentley Bessie M., teacher Longfellow school, bds. 82 Sherwood 

George Wm. Co., com. merchants 179 Commercial 
Benton Willard, millman 494 Fore, bds. 328 Main, S. P. 
Bercovitz Joseph, baker 8 Deer, h. r. 108 Newbury 
Benzie Annette E., widow of Robert, h. 14 Smith, S. P. 
Berenson Abraham, laborer, h. 441 Fore 
£ Abram, clerk, bds. 160 Newbury 

co Barnet, h. 160 Newbury 

u Joseph, moved to Chelsea, Mass. 

2 Louis H., h. 25 Union 

Berg Algot, painter, h. 65 Adams 

Charles H., painter, h. r. 38 Fairfield 
Knud, asst. shipper 190 Middle, bds. Oxford 
Mildred Mrs. waitress 75 Spring, rms. 120 Free 
Bergeron Archie, laborer, h. 259 Danforth 



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Berlin Timber Land Co., 404 Commercial 

Berman Aaron Z., fruit dealer, h. 58 Federal 
Eva, stenographer, moved to Lewiston 
Jacob, boots and shoes 227 Danforth, h. do. 
Jacob H., lawyer 85 Martin rm. 42, bds. 21 Locust 

Bernard Minnie Miss, operator 144 Middle, bds. 744 Brighton av. 

Bernson Samuel, confectionery 61 Middle, h. 209 Congress 

Bernstein Abraham J., clothing 395 and 399 Fore, h. 11 Quincy 
Bell, bookkeeper 399 Fore, bds. 11 Quincy 
Harry B„ manager 438 Congress, bds. 113 Newbury 
Herman, clothing 379 Fore, h. 207 Congress 
Israel, student, bds. 11 Quincy 
Joseph, laborer, bds. 108 Newbury 
Joseph S., jewelry 203 Middle, h. 106 Franklin 

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Levi, real estate, bds. 17 Quincy 
Max M., pawnbroker 438 Congress, h. 113 Newbury 
Robert B., moved to Berlin, N. H. 
Samuel (S. Bernstein & Co), 651 Congress, h. at Boston 
S. & C. (Samuel Bernstein), jewelers 651 Congress 
Thomas, clerk 66 Middle, bds. 242 Cumberland av. 
Berran Daniel J., clerk 96 Exchange, bds. 440 Cumberland av. 
Berrer Anna Miss, bookkeeper 465 Congress rm. 307, bds. 98 High 
Antonette Miss, sec. Ill Middle, bds. do. 
Eugenie L. Miss, dressmaker 98 High, h. do. 
Herman J., clerk 287 iFore, h. Ocean rd, C. E. 
Berrick Alice M. Miss, bookkeeper 20 Commercial, bds. 144 Grant 
Ellery V., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 144 Grant 
Fred H., weigher Marginal way, h. 144 Grant 
Berry Albert A., sanitary contractor 53 Huntress, h. do. 

Albert C, shipwright, h. 113 Pine, ,S. P. 
BERRY ALFRED H., mgr. A. H. Berry Shoe Co. 149-155 Middle, 
h. 119 Pine (see advt.) 
A. Catherine Miss, stenog. 166 Com'l, bds 41a Chestnut 
A. Leroy, baggage master B. & M. R. R., rms. 269 St. John 
Alida C, widow of Willard S., h. 92 St. Lawrence 
Alphonso, laborer, h. r. 9 Salem 
Annie C. Miss, clerk U. S. Courts, h. 633 Congress 
Arthur F., trav. salesman 336 Commercial, h. 554 Stevens av. 
Arthur H., compositor 37 Plum, bds. 113 Winter 
Arthur L., trav. salesman (Detroit, Mich.), h. 11 Berkley 
BERRY A. H. SHOE CO., A. H. Berry mgr., mfrs. and wholesale 
dealers in boots, shoes, leather and findings 149 to 156 
Middle and 13-15 Lowell (see advt.) 
Bessie M. Miss, bds. 164 Pearl 

Carl P., clerk rear 147 Presumpscot, bds. 578 Washington av. 
Carlton F., clerk 511^ Congress, bds. 166% Neal 
Carroll T., draughtsman (Boston), bds. 80 Roberts 
Charles B., sec. Portland Creamery 443 Portland, h. 80 Roberts 
Charles C, vault keeper 396 Congress, h. 785 do. 
Charles H., laborer, h. 151 Washington av. 
Charles S., blacksmith 501 Fore, h. 84 Lancaster 
Charles W., bookbinder 105 Exchange, bds. 178 Lincoln, S. P. 
Clark T., roofer, h. 1446 Forest av. 
Claude E., clerk 144 Middle, h. 20 Grand 
C. Fred, treas. and gen. mgr. P. R. R. 451 Congress, h. 102 

Pleasant av. 
Clifford A., carriage painter 31 Forest av., bds. 46 do. 
Clifford A., machinist 12 Franklin, rms. 113 Pearl 
Edmond, motorman P. R. R., bds. 493 Stevers av. 
Edna J. Miss, milliner 53 Oak, rms. 225 High 
Edward C, carpenter 151 Kennebec, h. 95 Kenilworth 
Edward D„ motorman P. R. R., h. 53 Elmwood 
Edward P., h. 75 Carleton 

Elizabeth G., widow of George S., h. 495 Allen av. 
Elizabeth J., widow of Richard W., h. 219 High 
Elmer W., traveling salesman 273 Com'l, h. at E. Brownfield 
Elsie Miss, moved to Conway, N. H. 
Erma L., student, bds. 59 Glenwood av. 
Ernest W., carpenter M. C. shops, "h. 484 Portland 
Ethel Miss, bds. 113 Winter 

Flora B. Miss, teacher North School, bds. 105 Falmouth 
Frank, milk dealer, h. Hannaford road, C. E. 



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£$ Francis W., clerk 1122 Congress, bds. do. 

*- u © Frank H., clerk 137 Middle, bds. 84 Lancaster 

"g £-g Frank L. clerk 155 Middle, h. 63 Carleton 

Js g a Frank O., conductor P..R. R., h. 71 Whitney av. 

g. © « Franklin H., h. 48 North 

£ E © Fred P., foreman, died April 13, 1911 

feft&l Fred V * N " s P ecial ast 238 St. John, h. 36 Roberts 

c «j Frederick E., teamster, h. 267 Danforth 

Su^ Geneva A. Miss, milliner 53 Oak 

>ȣj * George F., trav. salesman 225 Com'l, h. at Bar Harbor 

© George R., laborer, h. Cash, S. P. 

y George S., conductor B. & M. R. R., fa. 7 Bryant 
George W., died March 11, 1911 

• George W., laborer, h. rear 21 Cove 

<*^> Gertrude E. Miss, stenographer 465 Congress rm. 903, bds. 19 

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^■^ Harlan T., teamster, h. 165 Brackett 

f y ^ Harold Lee, clerk 155 Middle, h. 121 Neal 

Mjjj Harriet G. Miss, clerk 36 Brown, bds. 484 Portland 

^*J Harry M., motorman P. R. R., h. 493 Stevens av. 

^^ Harry S., engineer, h. 75 India 

^2 Herbert L., detective, h. 530 Ocean av. 

JTTJ Herbert L., h. 180 Glenwood av. 

Pm Hortense R., widow of Fred P., h. 578 Washington av. 

^^ Ira, watchmaker 11 Exchange rm. 7, h. 42 Revere 

\™jj Isaac, printer 13 Monument sq., bds. 19 Frederic 

^^3 Isaiah W., mail clerk, bds. 151 Washington av. 

f 1 James P., farmer, h. 325 Westbrook 

Jennie M. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, h. 19 Eastern prom. 

K^ j John, clerk 166 Commercial, h. 26 Chestnut 

►" ' John, laborer, h. 20 Briggs 

1 1 ' | John, master mariner, bds. 41 Atlantic 

1 John E. fireman, h. 1245 Forest av. 

John P., boiler mfr., h. 10 Stone 

John T., laborer, h. 51 Central av., iS. P. 

Josephine G. Miss, bds. 197 Franklin 

Kate M., widow of Everett, stitcher 29 Plum, h. 19 Vesper 

Leforest C, shoe worker, h. 227 Oxford 

-* Leon K., chief clerk 493 Commercial, h. 108 Sherman 

^^ Lewis, machinist 43 South, h. 164 Pearl 

# Lewis A., blacksmith 63 Preble, h. 164 Pearl 

fj . Lewis W., trav. salesman 307 Com'l, bds. 92 St, Lawrence 

*^ Lucy A., widow of Harris B., bds. 399 Main, S. P. 

tn Madeline Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 7 Bryant. 

^ Jg Margaret Miss, clerk 453 Congress, bds. 587 Washington av. 

Co _ Martha A. Mrs., h. 41 Atlantic 

5 § BERRY MELVILLE R., tre^s. Portland Creamery, 443-447 Portland, 
"3 *• h. 282 Spring (see advt.) 

8* D Melvin J., clerk 112 Exchange, h. 20 Fall Brook 

06 % Merritt D., engineer 390 Congress, bds. 10 Stone 
<u ~ Mildred Miss, stitcher, bds. 84 Lancaster 

jf ^3 Nathaniel W., carpenter 167 Clark, h. 29 Cushman 

*C c Nellie A. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 357 Cumberland av. 

Jj « Octavia, widow of Isaac, bds. 105 Falmouth 

U Perley S., electrician 222 Middle, bds. 164 Pearl 

o Ralph H., clerk, moved to Boston, Mass. 

£ Ralph L., laborer, bds. rear 9 Salem 

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BERRY 

Raymond, clerk, bds. 164 Pearl 

Rodney L., laborer, h. 120 Forest av. 

Sarah E., widow of August W., h. 484 Portland 

Simon, surveyor, h. 53 Elmwood 

Stephen Co., Stephen Berry pres., printers 37 Plum 

Stephen, grand see. Masons 415 Congress, and pres. 37 Plum, 
h. 113 Winter 

Susie Miss, manicure 938 Forest av., bds. do. 

Thomas J., apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 51 Central av., S. P. 

Thomas L., mason, h. 89 Rackleff 

Turner, clerk 166 Commercial, h. 166^ Neal 

Uriah R., bds. rear 21 Cove 

Walter R., clerk 443 Portland, bds. 65 Roberts 

Warren, laborer, bds. 151 Washington a v. 

Wilbur R., brakeman B. & M. R. R., bds. 267 Danforth 

William E. S., bookkeeper 238 St. John, h. 778 Congress 

William H., carpenter, h. 45 Olympia 

William H., painter 169 Clark, bds. 401 Brown, S. P. 

William N., bds. 32 Turner 

William R., clerk 155 Middle, h. 105 Falmouth 

William S., farmer, h. 100 Bay 

William &., blacksmith 325 Cumberland av., bds. 84 Lancaster 
Berryman George, stone cutter, h. 12 Orange 

James G., trav. salesman 24 Preble, h. 104 Fessenden 

iMaud S. Miss, bds. 104 Fessenden 
Bersalon Otis N., painter, h. 124 Forest av. 
Berteken Christian, cabinet maker, bds. 47 Boyd 
Bertino Antonio, laborer, h. r. 116 Monument 
Bertolucci Cesare, chef Cumberland club, h. 95 Pleasant 
Besig George, teacher 85 Spring, bds. 91 do. 
Besse Albert O., prop. 27 Hanover, bds. 20 Dow 

Edward H., accountant, h. 269 Summer, S. P. 
Bessenger James, ship carpenter, bds. 30 Dyer, S. P. 
Best Alverido H., driver 156 Woodford, h. 6 New 

Charles E., draw tender, h. 44 Gilman 

Edward, salesman 364 Commercial, bds. 41 Park 

Edward, surveyor, bds. 2 Boyd pi. 

Florence M. Miss, music teacher 84 High, h. do. 

George E., lumber surveyor, bds. 41 Park 

John, clerk 585 Congress, bds. 84 High 

John L., meat cutter 642 Forest av., h. 550 Stevens av. 

Joseph W., clerk 223 Cumberland av., bds. 77 Myrtle 

Laura Mrs., stenographer 8 Exchange, bds. 41 Park 

Mary A., widow of Martin W., h. 554 Stevens av. 

Susie M. Miss, bds. 91 Eastern promenade 
Bethel Congregational Church, 283 Fore 
Betts Frances Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 286 Front, S. P. 

George S., barber 152 Free, h. 316 Portland 

George W., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 14 Roberts 
Betty Mary G. Mrs., clerk 315 Congress, bds. €9 Middle 
Beular Edward A., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 8 Wood 
Beverage Leon S., trav. salesman 151 Com'l, h. 655 Congress rm. 419 
Beyer George W., treas. 120 Exchange rm. 205, h. 107 West 

Henry G. jr., 120 Exchange rm. 502, h. 7 Carroll 
Bibber Alma B. Miss, bds. 183 High 

Almira N., widow of Alonzo, h. 231 Spring 

Alvin H., shipper 269 Commercial, bds. 221 Cumberland av. 

Edgar A., trav. salesman, mgr. 849 Congress, h. do. 



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Edward F., ins. agt 465 Congress, rms. 701-702, h. 469 Cum- 
berland av. 

Frances R. Miss, h. 122 Emery- 
Frank C, trav. salesman, bds. 198 High 

Fred A., h. 229 Cumberland av. 

George E., bds. 83 Danforth 

Julia Miss, stenographer, bds. 122 Emery 

Marshall, teamster, 66 Commercial, ibds. 1 Wilmot pi. 

Marshall D., teamster, h. 1 Wilmot pi. 
Bible Society of Maine, Edmund T. Garland supt., 156 Free, rm. 24 
Bickford Ansel C, police, h. 2 Neal ct. 

Arthur R., engineer ,M. C. R. R., bds. West End Hotel 

Arvid E., brakeman M. C. R. R. 

Charles C, h. 97 Spring 

Charles H., student, bds. 97 Spring 

Clyde, conductor M. C. R. R., h. 841 Congress 

Elizabeth R. Mrs., cashier 575 Congress, h. 138 Brackett 

Elmer E., clerk 575 Congress, h. 13 Conant 

Evelyn, bookkeeper, bds. 2 Neal ct. 

Everett P., shoemaker, h. 72 Irving 

Fannie M. Mrs., widow of Jonathan, bds. 705 Washington av. 

Frank, laborer, h. 5 Heath 

Fred H., fisherman, h. Long Island 
C/P Fred W., driver, h. 46 Boyd 

» George M., shoemaker 29 Plum, h. 114 Federal 

O George P., h. 92 Pleasant 

Z3ZZ Herbert R., teamster 84 Commercial, h. 25 Willis 

John E., fisherman, h. Long Island 

John E., asst. bookkeeper 143 Fore, h. 13 Conant 

John M., fisherman, h. Long Island 
r mm % Lottie M. Mrs., stenographer, bds. 13 Conant 

May E. Miss, bookkeeper 655 Cong., rm. 201, bds. 2 Neal ct. 

Nellie A. Mrs., h. 52 Greenleaf 
C/D Roland, brakeman B. & M. R. R., bds. 114 Park 

rv— Royal H., driver, bds. 25 Willis 

Vernon W., conductor P. R. R., bds. 76 Waterville 

Warren E., plasterer, h. 164 Veranda 
j-^ William F., fisherman, h. Long Island 

\ William F., weaver, h. 14 -Monroe 

Bickmore Fannie, widow of Albert E., h. 26 Dow 

Frank A., clerk, 151 Commercial, bds. 26 Dow 

Herbert A., clerk 213 Federal, bds. 26 Dow 
Bicknell Clyde J., chauffeur, h. 21 Dow 

Edward A., trav. salesman 231 Middle, h. 619 Washington av. 

George W., conductor P. R. R., bds. 51 Ocean, S. P. 
«j g J. Carleton, treas. 167 Commercial, h. 72 William 

g p^ Mfg. Co., pictures, etc., 167 Commercial 

g 02 Ralph W., house physician 79 Bramhall, bds. do. 

Big Nickel Theatre, The, I. M. Mosher, mgr., 565% Congress 
Bigelow Charles M., traffic supervisor 11 Exchange rm. 15, rms. 
3 ■£ 30a Preble 

5 *8 c - p - Mrs -> rms - 177 H1 S n 

George E., chef 268 Middle, h. 197 Cumberland av. 
Harry M., managing editor 97 Exchange, h. 28 Morning 
Helena G. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 197 Cumberland av. 
James F., pres. Johnston, Bailey Co. 190 Middle, h. 70 Thomas 
g Willard E., wood molder 54 York, h. 163 do. 

Biggins Annie L. Miss, sten. 465 Congress, rm. 1006, bds. 9 Salem 



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BIGGINS 

Annie S. Mrs., h. 9 Salem 

Margaret Miss, clerk 68 High, bds. 9 Salem 

Mary G., stenographer 465 Congress, rm. 1002, bds. 9 Salem 
Biblin Columbia, presser 148 Middle, bds. 23 Carey lane 
Bigne William, rms. 247 Cumberland av. 
Bigney Henrietta Mrs., h. Mountain View Park, C. E. 
Bilbe William, cutter 67 Union, bds. 27 Cleaves 
Bilby Frederick, teamster rear 253 Forest av., h. 12 Douglass 
Billadeau Ernest T., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 2,76 Danforth 
Billings Albert, died Feb. 7, 1911 

Albert O., watchman, bds. 277 St. John 

Charles M., supt. 494 Congress, h. 31 Sherman 

Cora E. Miss, clerk 29 A, bds. 277 St. John 

Florence Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. 48 Gilman 

Frances H., widow of Hiram, h. 273 Congress 

Frank M., bds. 277 St. John 

-Frank S., trav. salesman (Boston), h. 37 Elmwood 

Fred A., clerk, moved to Falmouth 

George S., h. 81 Payson 

George W., florist 29 A, h. 277 St. John 

Herbert, machinist 79 Preble, bds. 31 Sherman 

Jennie E. Miss, bds. 273 Congress 

Laura E., widow of William L., h. 130 Franklin 

Margaret F. Miss, stenographer 105 Middle, bds. 17 Alba 
Bilter Frederick, painter 70 Free 
Bimson Grace Miss, boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 41 Cottage, S. P. 

John, machinist, h. 468 Summer, S. P. 

Joseph W. H., machinist 15 Union, h. 50 Hill, S. P. 

Myra Mrs., seamstress 535 Congress, bds. 468 Summer, S. P. 
Binford Eva E. Miss, stitcher 236 Middle, bds. Ill do. 

Lindley M., treas. G. A. Crosman & Sons Co. ft. of Morrill, h. 
at Saco 
Bird Adelbert J., carpenter 3 Center, h. 29 Revere 

George E., Judge Supreme Court and lawyer 142 Federal, h. 
Falmouth Foreside 

Henry J., porter 579 Congress, h. 91 Forest av. 

Madeline Files, widow of Frederick W., music teacher 46 
Avon, bds. do. 

Maynard S. (Maynard S. Bird & Co.), 82 Exchange, bds. 
Lafayette Hotel 
BIRD MAYNARD S. & CO. (Maynard S. Bird and H. N. McDougall), 

bonds &2 Exchange (see advt.) 
Birkenmayer Curtis J., accountant 404 Commercial, h. 20 Coyle 

Curtis J. jr., bds. 20 Coyle 

Helen, student, bds. 20 Coyle 
Birnie David (D. Birnie & Son), 383 Commercial, city treas. and 
collector, h. 90 Atlantic 

D. & Son (David and William F. Birnie), lumber com. mer. 
383 Commercial 

Elmore A., clerk 383 Commercial, bds. 50 Morning 

William F. (D. Birnie & Son), 383 Commercial, h. 50 Morning 
Bisbee Almon S., lecturer, h. 5 Knight 

Fanny S., clerk 121 Exchange, bds. 18 Wilmot 

Hiram S., moved to North Anson 

Leroy A., motorman P. R. R. Co., h. 686 Stevens av. 

William W., iron worker 33 Pearl, rms. 55 High 
Bishop Andrew R., clerk 574 Congress, h. 29 Thomas, S. P. 

Arthur E., agent 10 Brown, h. Peaks Island 



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Benjamin, h. 438 Westbrook, 3. P. 
B3-0 Clinton H., bookkeeper 222 Middle, bds. 54 Pine 

•g Ss o Cora J. Mrs., h.-64 Pine 

«> 5© Edna Mrs., dressmaker 655 Cong. rm. 220, h. 421 Cumb. av. 

2^ « Edward E., salesman, h. 46 Mechanic 

c'S-g Edwin H., trav. salesmn 897 Congress, h. 438 Westbrook, S. P. 

J 5 2 Elizabeth M., widow of Samuel R., bds. Ocean House rd., C. E. 

H g » Enola J. Miss, nurse 22 Arsenal, bds. do. 

•|~^ Florence M. Miss, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 655 do., rm. 416 

£ «} © (Frances E., widow of Enos, h. 211 Franklin 

8 w Fred E., fireman. M. C. R. R., bds. 632 Washington av. 

" F. Earle, music teacher- and (Peverada & Bishop), 420 *&. 

Congress, h. 202 do. 

# Harris C, clerk 238 St. John, rms. 633 Congress 
^^^ Hattie A., widow of Judson, h. 94 Winter 
^"^ Herbert S., conductor P. R. R., h. 31 Pleasant av. 
S«^ Horace, pattern maker 25 Commercial 

John B., variety, h. 532 Washington av. 

Joseph, machinist 25 Commercial, h. 40 Moody 

Leroy S., clerk, bds. 54 Pine 

Malcolm F. (Brown & Bishop Co.), 239 Congress, h. Ocean 
House rd., C. E. 

Maud Miss, dressmaker, rms. 18 Casco 
f*^ Mildred Mrs., bds. 67 St. Lawrence 

*"g™* Newland, trav. salesman, rms. 633 Congress 

CS£ Paul, h. 100 Washington av. 

^J Thomas F., fish curer 226 Franklin, h. 211 do. 

Z^iJ Bissett William, caner, bds. 158 Grant 
> vm* Bissitt George H., blacksmith P. T. Co. repair shop, rms. 11 Elm, S. P. 

William H., chauffeur 221 Kennebec, h. 1 High st. court 
^^a Bither Elroy J., janitor 537 Congress, rms. do. 
fj I Bjornram Andrew M., h. 931 Highland av., S. P. 
UJLari John, carpenter, bds. 931 Highland av., S. P. 

*h^S Black Annie, widow of James, bds. rear 85 Main 
■in in Archie, fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 281 Brackett 

^^P Arthur A., moved to Allston, Mass. 

Bert, laborer, h. 120 Riverside 

Carrie F. Mrs., bds. 68 Forest av. 

# Catherine E. Miss, h. 153 York 

O Delia M., stenographer 127 Middle, bds. 23 Arsenal 

Donald W., salesman 28 Pearl, rms. 475 Congress 

# Frank H., clerk 24 Preble, bds. 185 Clark 
f i George, clerk 50 Portland Pier, bds. 317 Fore 
*■"■* George E., laborer, bds. 57 Danforth 

^ George F., engineer maintenance of way M. C. R. R. 238 St. 

c John, h. 564 Forest av. 

£ £ George W., laborer, h. rear 85 Main, S. 'P. 

2 ^ Harold T., ticket seller 112 Free, bds. 13 Boyd 

*J*» Henrietta R., proofreader 13 Monument sq., bds. 120 Emery 

•o &£ James, laborer, h. 177 Lincoln, S. P. 

| $5 John H., fireman P. F. D., h. 13 Boyd 

w g o Lewis M., compositor 45 Exchange, rms. 21 Myrtle 

g J^ Lina A. Miss, stenog. 1181 Forest av., bds. 271 Cumb. av. 



£jd a Mabel A., teacher North school, bds. 13 Boyd 

>5 Mary, widow of John, h. 177 Lincoln, S. P. 

'^ Norman A., telegrapher 216 Middle, h. 46 State 

» Oren, decorator 522 Congress, bds. rear 237 Dar 

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T. Henry, mgr. and treas. 539 Congress, bds. 163 York 
Blackburn, Harry, barber, h. 36 Quebec * P5? 

Ruth P., clerk, bds. 221 Concord • 

Blackden William D., baggagemaster G. T. R., rms. 21 Chestnut ^ m 

Blackinberg John A., lather, bds. 202 Washington av. !^^ 

Blacklngton Vina <M. Miss, bookkeeper 82 Exch., bds. 110 Payson "-J 
Blackman Charles O., market gardener Island av., P. I., h. do. »T!2* 

Charles W. Rev., n. Island av., Peaks Island V fO» 

Blackmore Walter, h. Hawthorne ST" 

Blackstone Mary E., widow of Albion, h. 77 Rackleff f"*' 

BLACKSTONE & SMITH (George ^mith), masons and builders 187 

Middle, rm. 18 (see advt.) ^2 

Blackwell Charles H., clerk 238 St. John, h. 204 Stanford, S. P. © 

Charles P., truckman, h. 97 Pitt • 

Edward E., clerk, Ibds. 183 Stanford, S. P. 
George C, clerk 320 Congress, n. 11 Moody 

George E., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 183 Stanford, S. P. ^^ 

George H., cutter 236 Middle, h. 183 Stanford, S. P. <— ^ 

Mary E. Miss, clerk, bds. 204 Stanford, S. P. «2^ 

Scott D., clerk 269 Middle, bds. Ill Pearl f^^ 

Blackwood Emma Miss, dressmaker 176 Clark, h. do. C"""^ 

Frances E., stenographer, moved to Boston, Mass. 
Hannah, widow of James D., died Nov. 15, 1911 s 

Mary Mrs., nurse, h. 19 Hoyt, S. P. 
Merton W., screenmaker 70 Free 

Oscar O., carpenter, h. 19 Hoyt, S. P. ^™i 

Blagden Ellen B. Mrs., h. 173 Woodford ^*> 

Blair Carrie Mrs., bds. 703 Washington av. »y 

Claude A., clerk G. T. R., h. 703 Washington av. Smh 

Elizabeth S., widow of James, h. 84 Brackett * ■ J 

George Mrs., clerk 571 Congress, bds. 115 Pearl 

Irene Miss, clerk 538 Congress, bds. 50 Tyng • 

. James, clerk 320 Congress, h. 106 India 

John W., clerk 56 Exchange, h. 50 Tyng ^^ 

Lawrence N., brakeman B. & M. R. R., h. 45 Winter 35j 

Robert H., teamster, bds. 50 Tyng WD 

Sarah J. Miss (Blair & Swett), 536a Cong., bds. 84 Brackett f^^ 
& Swett (Sarah J. Blair and Lillian M. Swett), millinery 536a t_4 
Congress, rms. 15, 20, 21 ^^ 

Blaisdell Alfred M., hostler 302 Commercial, n. 23 Danforth 
Alonzo E., fisherman, h. Lighthouse rd., C. E. 
Arad, fisherman, h. Lighthouse rd., C. E. 
Blanche Miss, clerk 252 Commercial, bds. 26 Arsenal 
Clyde, clerk 149 Danforth, bds. 47 Frederic 
Frank W., carpenter, h. 196 Sheridan 
H. F., blacksmith M. C. shops, h. 47 Frederic 
James P., carpenter 18 Center, h. 5 Cummings 
Marion L., bds. 5 Cummings 
Samuel W., teamster, h. 24 Cedar 
Thomas A., carpenter 478 Fore, h. 391 Cottage, S. P. 
Blake Albert H., shipper 79 Commercial, bds. 14 North 
Amy E. Miss, bds. 64 Mellen 
Andrew B., engineer, bds. 22 Wilmot 
Andrew B., attendant U. S. Marine Hospital, bds. do. 
Andrew L., motorman P. R. R., h. 210 High, S. P. 
Archie M. T., clerk 474 Congress, bds. 64 Mellen 
Areola Miss, trimmer 2 Beach, bds. 416 St. John 
Arthur W., clerk, h. 54 D, S. P. 





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BLAKE 

Arthur W., clerk 79 Com'l, bds. 64 Eastern promenade 

Arthur W., teamster. 245 Commercial, h. 23 Angell av., S. P. 

Bessie M. Miss, bookkeeper 70 Merrill, bds. 79 North 

Carrie Mrs., bds. 107 North 

Charles I., machinist, h. 32 Olympia 

Charles W., pressman 37 Plum, h. 27 Brentwood 

Charles W., salesman 390 Commercial, h. 56 Pitt 

Clarence C, bds. 49 West 

Clark, shipper 366 Commercial, rms. 10 D, S. P. 

Clifford A., apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 23 Angell av., S. P. 

Clyde G-. f machinist 11% Long wharf, bds. 248 Cumberland av. 

Cora L. Miss, clerk 70 Free», bds. 64 Lancaster 

C. Luther, carpenter, h. 79 North 
. Edith L., bds. 31 Vesper 

^ Edith R., bds. 56 Pitt 

ZEdna R., laundress 26 Temple, bds. 79 North 
Edward G., trav. salesman 1 Central whf., h. at Bangor 
^f Edwin R., stevedore, bds. 454 Ocean, S. P. 

Z^ Elizabeth B., widow of Charles T., h. 64 Lancaster 

CL Ernest E., brakeman G. T. R., h. Sea View av., C. E. 

S Ethel M. Miss, bds. 54 Eastern promenade 

Fay L., clerk 500 Commercial, bds. 107 North 
Oljj Florence M., millinery 536a Congress, rm. 16, bds. at Beach 

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■ O Freeman C, bookkeeper 419 Portland, h. 416 St. John 

\~- \ George H., carpenter, h. 64 Mellen 

LU i George L., laborer M. C. R. R., h. 206 Front, S. P. 

^ O George M., asst. mgr. 79 Commercial, h. 47 West 

^L 2 George W., clerk 207 Middle, bds. 99% Wilmot 

^J ^ Harry M., packer 70 Free, h. 40 Runnels 

Uj « Harry N., real estate and wood dealer Widgery wharf, bds. 

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(/} Harry N., watchmaker 647 Congress, h. 10 Waverly 

Hattie E. Miss, h. 412% Congress 

Henry W., trav. salesman 225% Middle, h. East Sebago 
James B., milk dealer, moved to Harrison 
Jennie E., widow of George W., h. 99% Wilmot 
John E., machinist 440 Fore, h. 191a Congress • 
John E., jobber 9 Temple, bds. 454 Ocean, S. P. 
John H., farmer, h. 645 Ocean av. 

Joseph H., wharfinger, ship-broker and agent Eastern Pack- 
ets Widgery wharf, h. 25 Congress 
Joseph L., driver P. F. D., h. 2 Joy pi. 
Levi M., capt. S/F. E. 176 Brackett, h. 12 Madison 
Lizzie E. Miss, bds. 416 St. John 
Lucy, widow of William, bds. 454 Ocean, S. P. 
Marie C, widow of Joseph H., h. 140 Pine 
Marjory Miss, bds. 49 West 
Martha W. Miss, rms. 743 Congress 
Mildred W. Miss, bds. 10 Waverly 
Mildred W. Miss, journalist, bds. 751 Stevens av. 
O. H., motorman P. R. R., h. at Yarmouth 
Samuel, salesman 250 Commercial, h. 85 Elm 
Theophilus J., mechanical engineer, h. 454 Ocean, S. P. 
Walter P., engineer foot of Morrill, h. 124 Allen av. 



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William E., plasterer, bds. 12 Madison ^ » 

William L. (W. L. Blake & Co.), 79 to 85 Commercial, h. 54 w T 

Eastern promenade 5 

William O., provisions 205-207 York, h. 73 Emery 

William W., timekeeper <P. R. R., h. 771 Stevens av. 

Wilson C, bookkeeper 121-123 Center, bds. 56 Pitt 

W. L. & Co. (William L. Blake), oil 79 to 85 Commercial 

& Wheeler Shoe Co., Erlon M. Richardson treas., wholesale 

rubber boots and shoes, 87 Cross 

Blanchard Alden O., finisher 70 Free, h. 108a Oak 

Alice Miss, bds. 6 Tolman pi. 

Annie Miss, bds. 15 Pine 

Charles, bds. 81 Granite 

Edward G., musician 20 Preble, h. 127 Cumberland av. 
Ellery P., dentist 156 Free, rms. 25-27, h. 33 Tremont 
Enos A., musician 112 Free, bds. 127 Cumberland av. 
Frank N., laiborer, bds. 131 Stanford, S. P. 
Frederick W., plasterer 90 Portland, h. 131 Stanford, S. P. 
George A., lumber and agt. 19 Forest av., h. 285 Woodford 
George W. & Son Co., Maurice F. Blanchard, treas., lumber, 

465 Congress, rm. 603 
Georgia Mrs., died April, 1911 
Grace C. Miss, bds. 131 Stanford, S. P. 
BLANCHARD HAROLD W., automobiles 19 Forest av., h. 45 Bel- 
mont (see advt.) 
Harry F., plasterer, h. 34 Free, S. P. 

Harry N., pres. York & Boothby Co., 222 Middle, h. 46 Clifton 
Henry Rev., bds. 6 Tolman pi. 
Inez A. Miss, died March 13, 1911 
James A., conductor P. R. R., bds. 9 Marion 
James M., plasterer 59 Union, h. 9 Marion 
John M., clerk, bds. 191 Congress 

Joseph H., baggagemaster M. C. R. R., h. 444 St. John 
Louis P., clerk ,238 St. John, h. 81 Granite 
Mabel Miss, nurse, bds. 50 Cushman 
Mary, widow of James, h. 85 Adams 
Maurice F., treas. 465 Congress, rm. 603, h. 45 Belmont ^^ 

Ralph, clerk 202 Brackett bds. 4 Stetson's pi. ""^i 

Sadie Mrs., h. 44 Brown ^ 

Susan K., widow of Joseph, bds. 7 Waverly 

Thomas H., spec, police 565% Congress, bds. 171 Lancaster J^£ 

William G., farmer, bds. 1651 Forest av. H ^^ 

Blanding Stella Miss, bds. 113 Franklin * *rg 

Blaney Lewis, carpenter 3 Center m 

Blankenburg Hannah, bds. rear 202 Washington av. J CO 

John F., lather, bds. rear 202 Washington av. o °° 

Blenis Livera, operator 148 Middle, bds. at Westbrook m _j 

Blenkhorn Beecher W., elevator erector, h. 43 Douglass o cd 

Blethen Lula E. Miss, seamstress 535 Congress, bds. 27 Hovt, S. P. °3 
Bliss Arthur C, millman 70 Free, h. 63 do. z "Si- 

George W., pres. 87 Cross, bds. 122 State £ co 

Howard, apprentice 58 Fore, rms. 63 Free h C/D 

Lillian Mrs., seamstress 494 Congress, bds. 63 Free g =£* 

Sarah E., widow of George H., bds. 945 Forest av. Z gg 

Blitz Rollin J., moved to Massachusetts —+• 

Blockinger Carl H., clerk 245 Commercial, b. 537 Washington av. 
Clifford G., trav. salesman 264 Middle, h. 96 William 

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Fred W., laborer, bds. 537 Washington av. 
Gottfred, night watchman, h. 637 Washington av. 
Blodgett Eugene E., watchman P. R. R., h. 31 Winter 
Harry C, private, h. 424 Preble, S. P. 
Orriman O., clerk 16 Exchange, h. 31 Kidder east 
Rlom Annie, widow of Jes Jepsen, bds. 380 St. John 
Anton J., clerk 107 Oxford, bds. 380 St. John 
Carl J., grocer 107 Oxford, h. 286 State 
Christine M. Miss, bds. 380 St. John 
Hans P., teamster 443 Portland, h. 380 St. John 
Nils P., driver 443 Portland, bds. 380 St. John 
Blood Clarence E., trav. salesjnan 50 Exchange, rms. 51a Oak 

Roy E., bookkeeper 436-440 Commercial, h. 714 Forest av. 
Bloom Robert M., tailor 494 Congress, h. 48 Federal 

S. W., tailor 494 Congress, bds. 48 Federal 
Bloomer Caroline, widow of John H., bds. 51 Veranda 

William H., driver P. F. D., ft. 63 Upland av. 
Blossom Edward L., clerk 238 St. John, h. 10 Deane 
BLOSSOM FRED A., real estate agt. and broker 187 Middle, rm. 6, 
ih. 16 Sherman (see advt.) 
Harriet M. Miss, bds. 16 Sherman 
Bluefield Ellen, widow of Simon, bds. 274% Congress 
Blumenberg Moxley, mgr. 627% Congress, bds. 9 Henry 
Blumenthal Abraham L., clothing, bds. 50 Middle 
Benjamin, h. 196 Federal 

Bennie, shoe worker 67 Union, bds. 51 Franklin 
Charles, tailor 76 Middle, h. do. 
David, bds. 50 Middle 
Harry jr., bds. 50 Middle 
Hyman, grocer 42 Middle, h. 50 do. 
Ida Miss, bds. 50 Middle 
Jacob, ibds. 14G Newbury 
Leah Mrs., restaurant 196 Federal, h. do. 
Lena Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 50 Middle 
Louis, grocer 275 Fore, h. 146 Newbury 
Max, carpenter, h. 50 Middle 
Minnie Miss, clerk 42 Middle, bds. 50 do. 
Morris, stage hand 11 Preble, bds. 76 Middle 
Paul, poolroom 189 Congress, h. 122 Monument 
Philip, clerk 73 Middle, bds. 150 Newbury 
Sadie Miss, clerk 584 Congress, bds. 76 Middle 
Sam, clerk .275 Middle, h. 275 Fore 
Samuel, meats 73 Middle, h. 150 Newbury 
William H., florist, h. 51 Franklin 
Blunt Guy O., plumber 675 Forest av., h. 204 Ocean av. 

Leon G., trav. salesman 1 Central wharf, h. 137 Noyes 
Bly Edmond K., foreman 11 Exchange, rm. 2, bds. 167 Danforth 
Blye Frank J., tinsmith 645 Forest av., bds. 12 Oak 
Board of Aldermen, City Hall 

of Health ofnce, City Hall 
of Registration, City Hall 
of Trade, 34 Exchange 

of Trade Journal, M. C. Rich publisher, 5 Exchange 
Boardman Asa R., watchman 24 Preble, h. 962 Wasnington av. 

Clara Miss, stenographer 253 Spring, bds. 246 do. 
Bobryk Boleslaw, helper 336 Commercial, h. 471% do. 

Joe, tailor, moved to Boston, Mass. 
Bodge Anna L., widow of William H. H., bds. 1091 Forest av. 

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Ernest A., laundry 44 Plum, h. at Kennebunk 

Eugene L. (Wilson & Bodge), 120 Exchange, rm. 503, bds. 17 
Lewis 

Francis O. J., farmer and milk dealer 1131 Forest av., h. do. 

Francis O. J. jr., blacksmith, bds. 1091 Forest av. 

Hattie L. Miss, seamstress 1179 Forest av., bds. 27a Congress 

James H. H., bds. 1131 Forest av. 

John L. L., laborer, bds. 1091 Forest av. 

Joseph P., physician 453 *£ Congress, h. €1 Roberts 

Louisa M. Miss, tailoress, bds. 416 Cumberland av. 

William F., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 85 Wolcott 
Bodin Louis O., clerk 85 Commercial, bds. 61 Monument 

Mabel Miss, operator 148 Middle, bds. 61 Monument 

Otto P., clerk, h. 61 Monument 

Walter, electrician 462 Commercial, bds. 61 Monument 
Bodrow Carrie Mrs., bds. 4 Neal ct. 
Bodurtha Frank, bookkeeper 130 Commercial, bds. 49 Spring 

Walter A., moved to Pownal 
Bodwell Ella F., widow of Charles, h. 185 High 

Eunice L. Miss, teacher Deering H. S., bds. 185 High 
Boe James A., driver 661 Congress, h. 117 Woodford 
Boeritz Michael, sizer 2 Beach 
Boesen Catherine Mrs., clerk, bds. 79 India 

Jesse M., carpenter, h. 79 India 
Bogan Addie Miss, milliner, moved to Newport, R. I. 

Alice M., clerk 15o Free, bds. 77 School, S. P. 

Daniel L., master mariner, h. ,222 Danforth 

James A., plumber, h. 81 Congress 

James P., h. 77 School, S. P. 
Boggs Alexander B., engineer 31 Silver, h. rear 129 York 
Bogh Soren C, teamster 221 Forest av., h. rear 126 do. 
Bohemian Club, 70 Union 

Bohnson John C, dentist 559^ Congress, h. 24 Grand 
Boioin Joseph, apprentice 105 Middle, bds. 9 Cleaves 
Bolvln Adele, widow of Peter, bds. 9 Waterville 

' Alice M. Miss, waitress 15 Monument sq., bds. 55 Portland 

Dennis, teamster 70 Free, h. 50 Cedar 

Edna Miss, bookkeeper 58 Free 

Elizabeth Miss, boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 18 Larch 

Henry L., blacksmith M. C. R. R., !h. 9 Brewer 

Jedion J., screen maker 70 Free 

John H., apprentice 105 Middle, bds. 22 Larch 

Joseph A„ apprentice 105 Middle, bds. 9 Cleaves 

Joseph H., screen maker 70 Free, bds. 18 Larch 

Joseph J., millman 70 Free, th. 9 Cleaves 

Peter, millman 70 Free, h. 18 Larch 

Philip J., student (Montreal, Canada), bds. 18 Larch 

Roger A., apprentice, bds. 9 Brewer 
Boland Henry, foreman 9 Somerset, rms. 341 Congress 

Thomas J., fireman rear 253 Forest av., h. 11 Brattle 

William J., h. 85 Morning 
Bolles Caroline C. Mrs. bds. 88 Park 
Bolo Emmons E., laborer, h. 31 Silver 
Bols E., laborer, r. 147 Presumpscot 
Bolster Edgar M., finisher, h. rear 43 Huntress 

Fernando C, h. 15 Johanson , 

Frelon E. Rev., moved to New York 

Leroy S., laborer, bds. 15 Johanson 



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"g «2 Bolton Albenia R., widow of John T., bds. 529 Cottage, S. P. 

to z Arthur D., lobsterman, bds. 619 Preble, S. P. 

"g Carrie E. Miss, bds. 36 Spruce 

*> «s Charles F., bookkeeper 164 Middle, h. 237 St. John 

"g "g C. Clifford, clerk 154 Middle, bds. 14 Revere 

O *2 Elmira F., widow of Tihomas S., h. 519 Preble, S. P. 

Frank O., trav. salesman, h. 20 Hill 
F. Clifford, machinist M. C. shops, h. 39 Mitton 
George P., lobsterman, bds. 519 Preble, S. P. 
Louis, widow of William, bds. 305 Woodford 
Bombard David, mason, h. 79 Center 
Bombardi Joseph, teamster, h. 247 Forest av. 
Bonage John, cook, h. 3 Briggs 
Bonang Charles, blacksmith, h. 232 Front, S. P. 
Dennis, clerk 589 Congress, bds. 177 do. 
Ernest C, blacksmith, bds. 232 Front, S. P. 
Bond Adeline N. Miss, stenographer, bds. 531 Cumberland av. 

Charles F., plumber 12 Monument sq., rms. rear 77 Danforth 
Charles J., shoe repairer 209 York, h. do. 
Edward E., salesman, h. 249 Oxford 
Elijah R., machinist 58 Fore, h. 15 Beckett 
Frank R., bookkeeper 12 Monument sq., bds. 531 Cumb. av. 
Fred W., clerk 244 Middle, bds. 531 Cumberland av. 
Frederick W., clerk 244 Middle, bds. 531 Cumberland av. 
Henry R., machinist, h. 48 High 
Horace J., plumber, rms. 263 Cumberland av. 
John, truckman, h. 99 Oxford 

J. Frank, harness maker 34 Free, h. 531 Cumberland av. 
Lester E., student, bds. 247 Summer, S. P. 
Marjorie Miss, bds. 531 Cumberland av. 
Samuel, bleacher 2 Beach, h. 247 Summer, S. P. 
Samuel R., driver S. P., bds. 247 Summer, do. 
Boney Dennis, baker 589 Congress 

Jessie Miss, clerk, bds. 12 Valley 
Bonfillio Peter P., fruit 927 Congress, h. 26 A 
Bonne D. Heider, clerk 238 St. John, bds. 44 Chestnut 
Bonnell Laura Mrs., housekeeper, bds. 501 Cumberland av. 

Nancy, widow of Alfred, bds. 82 Gilman 
Bonner Thomas O., trav. salesman, rms. 18 Casco 

Peter J., teamster 240 Commercial, h. rear 8 Boynton 
William J., carpenter 112 Preble, bds. rear 8 Boynton 
Bonnevie Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker 236 Middle, h. Manners av. 
Bonney Alton G., carpenter M. C. shops, h. 226 B 
Arthur H., carpenter M. C. shops, h. 5 Wood 
Elizabeth H. Mrs., bds. 208 High 
Fanny C. Mrs., candymaker, bds. 46 Chestnut 
Harriet E. P., widow of Joseph M., h. 23 Hanover 
Harry H., bookkeeper 202 Commercial, h. 16 North 
J. Orland, clerk 474 Congress, bds. 18 Casco 
Mary E., widow of Arthur M., bds. Portland Headlight, C. E. 
Stanley, baker 585 Congress, bds. 177 do. 
William L., traveling salesman, rms. 639 Congress 
Bonvi Sylvester, boilermaker P. T. Co., h. 114 Congress 
Boober Walter E., car repairer M. C. R. R., h. 1124 Congress 
Booden Patrick F., brewer, bds. 75 Center 
Boody Addie L., widow of Frank H., bds. 9 Lincoln 
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Henry P., student, bds. 9 Lincoln Gu3* 

James E., clerk P. T. Co., h. 76 Payson F11 
Minnie, widow of Charles S., h. 76 Payson 

Mollie L., stenographer 120 Exch. rm. 301, bds. 76 Payson PHI 

Booker B. Lottie Miss, clerk, bds. 15 Huntress ^^^ 

Herbert L., fireman, bds. 15 Huntress f^" m 

Percy H. H., asst. supt. state school for boys, bds. do. "65^ 

Wilbur L., section foreman M. C. R. R., h, 15 Huntress S^ m 

Bookstein M,, operator 148 Middle, bds. Pleasant CS 

Bools Julia A., widow of Joseph, h. 51 Wilmot 
Lizzie F. Miss, bds. 51 Wilmot 

Boon Walter H., foreman Texas Oil Co. works, S. P., h. cor. Elm 

and Pearl, do. VmS 

Boone Alexander, chef 12 Brown, h. 30 Boynton 3E1 

Booth Charles D. (Verrill, Hale & Booth), 191 Middle, rms. 1-8, h. —^g 

14 Mellen ■■^^ 
Florence Miss, moved to Chicago, 111. 
H. A., motorman P. R. R., h. at Westbrook 
Jennie E., widow of Wilfred D., bds. 357 Preble, S. P. 

William H., finisher, h. 100 Federal £) 

Boothby Alfred M., carpet layer, h. 1$ Melbourne mm 

Annie L. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. 91 Vesper JJ 

Charles A., tailor 664 Congress, h. 91 Vesper £ 3 

Edward F., packer 190 Middle, h. 70 Thomas H Q. 
Edwin A., asst. civil engineer 238 St. John, h. 74 Melbourne O -^ 

Emelia C. Mrs., h. 844 Stevens av. u*<< 
Erastus, bds. 19 Melbourne 

Ethel C. Miss, student, bds. 74 Melbourne m ^j 

Everett, nurse 147 Pleasant av., bds. do. 2 ^C 

Frank A., clerk 396 Congress, bds. 320 Highland av., S. P. t> Q 

Frank L., moved to Friendship n -^ 

Frank W., lieut. S. F. E. No. 4, 157 Spring, h. 78 Pine w ^ 

Fred W., trav. salesman, h. 184 Portland -J 
(Frederic E., pres. 120 Exchange rm. 101, bds. Falmouth Hotel jJJ Q. 

George A., engineer B. & M. R. R., bds. 481 Commercial m Q 

George C, clerk 185 Commercial, h. 41 Park H — 

Herman T., treas. York & Boothby Co. 222 Middle, h. 11 ■» 

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Lona E. Miss, teacher State School for Boys Westbrook, S. ^ 

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Marie L. Miss, stenographer 4 Milk, bds. 91 Vesper £ JJ+ 

Marion E. Miss, moved to Boston, Mass. t» 3^ 

Merriam M. Miss, bds. 11 Carroll * J ^5" 

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Ruperta C. Miss, student, bds. 188 Portland z O 

Samuel, dry goods (Gardiner), h. 11 Carroll * JJJJ 

Sarah E., widow of Charles N., Dds. 62 Monument JJ 



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V. Mott, agent 5 Exchange, bds. 30a Preble z 

Boothman Hattie E. Mrs., dressmaker 95 Summit, 3. P. © 

Hiram J., poultry, bds. 95 Summit, S. P. £ 

Bora Edna F. Miss, bookkeeper 58 Free, bds. 197 Cumberland av. -^ 

Borden Philip H., manager 11 Avon, h. 38 Bramhall (/) 

Border Arthur T., machinist 58 Fore, bds. 14 Fernald 

Jens C, finisher, bds. 9 Winthrop 



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«= T. Christian, engineer 28 Free, h. 9 Winthrop 

*» Borgstrom Axel W., boiler maker, h. 11 Carey 

g-p Boron Sarah, stitcher 67 Union, bds. 71 Salem 

JSiS S Borrows John A., trav. salesman, h. 931 Forest av. 
g* 3 * Julia, widow of Charles, h. 931 Forest av. 

Sao^ Borthol Joseph, laborer, h. 29 Danforth * 

^S= Boshan Henry W., mgr. 50 Exchange, h. Ill Franklin 

^^ Boston Brokerage Co. (Marshall G. Wright), 536a Cong., rms. 40, 41 

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21 PREBLE STREET, telephone 3330. 

Boston Plumbing Co. (The) (Abraham Lourie and Morris Yudcow), 
plumbers 118 Middle 
Royal, clerk 79 Exchange, rm. 20, h. 403 St. John 
Supply Co. (Samuel H. Comeras), house furnishers, 62-68 

Middle 
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L^J depots (inward) Railroad Wharf, (outward) Commercial, 

cashier's office Railroad Wharf, and shops 485 and 487 do; 
and Elm, cor Mechanic, P. 
& Maine and M. C. R. R. dept. Y. M. C. A., rms. 481 Com'l 
BOSTON & PORTLAND DESPATCH EXPRESS CO. 42 Cross 

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Bosworth Arthur S., treas. 465 Congress, rm. 902, h. 56 Bowdoin 
Frank M., decorator 727 Congress, rms. 18 Casco 
Fred B., mgr., h. 32 State . » 

Fred L., barber 276 Middle, h. 63 Ashmont 
BOSWORTH GEORGE M., decorator 737 Congress, h. 216 Vaughan 
(see advt.) 
Post No. 2, G. A. R. building, 44 Free 
Bothel Peter W., cabinet maker, h. Schcolhouse road, C. E. 
Rosa M. Miss, student, bds. Schoolhouse road, C. E. 
Bottle Emily C. Mrs., waitress 233 Federal, rms. 219 Cumberland av. 
Bouchard Axamille, seamstress 1181 Forest av., bds. 15 Canton 
Boucher Edward C, barber 276 Middle, h. 45 Brackett 

Edward C. Mrs., trimmer 2 Beach, h. 45 Brackett 
Harlan J., clerk 465 Congress, rm. 403, h. 45 Brackett 
Marie A. Miss, bds. 18 Cushman 
Boudreau Carrie Mrs., bds. 4 Neal ct. 
~3E Boulas Edward, electrician 222 Middle, bds. do. 
23 ~ e Joseph, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 8 Carleton ct. 

Serhan, h. 8 Carleton ct. 
Boultenhouse Edward, tinsmith 390 Fore, h. 155 High, S. P. 

Julia Miss, bds. 155 High, S. P. 
Boulter Henry C, carpenter 112 Preble, h. 228 Auburn 
3*5 Bounang Charles E., blacksmith 474 Ocean, S. P., h. 236 Front, do. 
Irji Bounds Isadore Miss, bds. 127 York 
>g Bouprey Hubert E., h. 26 Cotton 

a. Bourdelais Arthur L., clerk 15 Monument sq., h. 38 Portland 

George A. J. G., machinist 17 Free, h. 116 Pine, S. P. 



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Bourke Bertram T., clerk 91 Spruce, h. 251 Spring 

Edward, shoemaker 245 Spring, h. 32 Spruce 

Frank L., shoe repairer 14 State, h. 33 Spruce 

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Bourne George W., fireman B. & M. R. R., h. 236 Brackett 
BOURNE M. B. & SON (Sylvanus Bourne), slaters 214 Federal (see 
advt.) 

Sylvanus (M. B. Bourne & Son), 214 Federal, h. 61 Sherman 
Bourque Fred J., painter 19 Cotton, bds. Cumberland av. 
Boutwell George B., trav. salesman, h. 48 Morning 

Roland H., pres. OP. I. & S. Co., S. P., h. at Boston 

Roswell M., treas. and sec. P. I. & S. Co., S. P., h. at Boston 

R. Murray, bds. 177 State 
Bove Augustus F., barber, h. 78 Adams 

Concietta Mrs., bds. 78 Adams 

Frank, barber, bds. 78 Adams 
Bovine Henry, blacksmith M. C. R. R. 

Romeo, laborer, bds. 81 Ridgeland av., S. P. 
Bowden Albert L., stoue cutter 653 Stevens av., bds. 305 Cumb. av. 

Alexine E. Mrs., bds. 12 Revere 

Christopher, driver 21 Locust, bds. 10 Boyd 

Claire A., widow of James E., h. 161 Fore 

George W., snoe cutter, h. 138 Franklin^ 

James E., laborer, died Sept. 29, 1911 

William E., clerk, h. 8 Veranda 
Bowdoin Agnes M., bds. 9 Warren av. 

John C, brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 26 Warren av. 

Robert, clerk 201 Federal, bds. 31 Chestnut 

T. Alexine Mrs., bds. 32 Lincoln 

William, laborer, r. 147 Presumpscot 
Bowdren Adalaide B. Miss, bds. 95 Beckett 

Augustine L., clerk 106 Commercial, bds. 95 Beckett 

Cornelius W., moved to New York 

Eugene B., bds. 95 Beckett 

James, mason, h. 95 Beckett 

James A., plasterer 32 Casco, bds. 95 Beckett 

Mary A. Miss, bds. 95 Beckett 
Bowen Bernard H., printer 97 Exchange, bds. 77 Pleasant 

Charles J., lunoh room, h. 182 Franklin 

Charles J., clerk 19 Exchange, bds. 77 Pleasant 

Daniel E., narber 513 Fore, bds. 7 Park pi. 

Daniel L., city messenger, bds. 77 Pleasant 

Herbert E., plumber 27 Forest av., bds. 182 Franklin 

Herbert L., motorman 'P. R. R., h. 175 Coyle 

John, laborer, bds. 84 Cumberland av. 

John J., machinist 252 Commercial, bds. 84 Cumberland av. 

John M., steam piper, h. 77 Pleasant 

Mary G. Miss, cashier 420% Congress, ,bds. 77 Pleasant 

Mary J., widow of Thomas, bds. rear 20 Lancaster 

Michael J., clerk 255 Congress, bds. 77 Pleasant 

Philogonius T., bookkeeper, bds. 77 Pleasant 
Bowers Annie E. Miss, compositor 45 Exchange, bds. at Westbrook 

Clarence E., carpenter, h. 414 Broadway, S. P. 

Clayton, carpenter, bds. 152 Pearl 

Clifford, h. 37 Walnut, S. P. 

Dana, plumber 99 Sawyer, S. P., h. 32 Bowers, do. 

Edna, operator 1169 Forest av., bds. 412 Broadway, S. P. 

Harris E., carpenter, h. 381 Broadway, S. P. 

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John W., physician 732 Congress, h. do. 
Bowes Vincent M., fireman, h. 35 Hancock 
Bowie Caroline J. Miss, clerk 467 Congress, bds. 237 High 
Ellen, widow of Allen, h. 30 Quebec 
Eva G. Miss, bds. 64 Hill, S. P. 
Frank L., shipping clerk, th. 28 Locust 
George L., trav. salesman, moved to Boston 
Grace I. Miss, clerk 439 Congress, ,bds. at Falmouth 
Jane Miss, domestic 12 Arsenal, bds. do. 
James P., gardener, h. 64 Hill, S. P. 
Manchester, bookkeeper 467 Congress, bds. 237 High 
^m Pearl A. (Andrews & Bowie), 57 Exchange, rm. 27, bds. 44 

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Ralph S., asst. bookkeeper 151 Commercial, bds. at Falmouth 
<Rosie A., widow of Manchester, ih. 237 High 
Walter A., trav. salesman, h. 53 Melbourne 
Q^ Bowker Clarence M., pres. and treas. 647 Forest av., h. 10 Orland 

2C. M. Co., C. M. Bowker treas., grocers 647 Forest av. 
B-elhinus F., conductor G. T. R., h. 5 Smith 
^ jjj Irving L., engineer G. T. R., h. 37 Morse 

^J u Joseph V., boots and shoes 676 Forest av., h. 593 do. 

OJ Press The (Wilford F. Bowker, prop.), printers 176% Middle 

Z Wilford F., printer 176% Middle, th. 1091 Washington av. 

u Bowland Henry, bds.*341 Congress 
^ - O Bowler Albert P., laborer Texas Oil Co., S. P., bds. 28 Pearl, do. 
^ Z Edna D., stenographer 454 Fore, bds. 283 Brackett 

jjj J George, plumber 27 Forest av., h. 22 Bradford 

>q Bowles Caroline Dix Mrs., bds. 88 Park 
X Irwin, baker 97 Atlantic, h. 100 Congress 

^t w Bowman Dennis, teamster 350 Commercial, h. 46 Boyd 
S George W., laborer, n. 100 Sheridan 

James H., carpenter, h. 8 May 
(/} Katie, widow of Arthur W., h. 22 Tate 

Lula M. Miss, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 30a Preble 
Ruth Miss, clerk, rms. 30a Preble 
Bowser Elsie F. Miss, stenog. 31% Exchange, bds. 264 Cumb. av. 
^" James P., chef, h. 3 Chatham 

J*" Boxstein Ezekiel (Seavey & Boxstein), 7 Pleasant, h. do. 

^ Boyce Cordelia, laundress 26 Temple, bds. 147 Franklin 

Fannie Mrs., h. 65 Hampshire 
Fred, machinist 257 Front, S. P., h. 17 Mayo 
Fred P., machinist 25 Commercial, bds. 65 Hampshire 
Harlan, receiving clerk 478 Congress, bds. 147 Franklin 
Jane Miss, sorter, bds. 65 Hampshire 
James A., carpenter B. & M. R. R., bds Morgan's ct. 
Joseph M., chemist, bds. Morgan's ct. 
Neal, laborer, h. Morgan's ct. 
William F., bookkeeper 264 Middle, h. 8 Devon 
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Boyd Albert D., office 33 Plum and master mariner, h. 265 Cottage, 
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Angus A., clerk 252 Commercial, bds. 53 Spruce 
Annie F. H. Miss, bds. 64 Gray 

Annie J., widow of Frank, housekeeper 53 Spruce, bds. do. 
Arthur W., engineer M. C. R. R., bds. 1 Congress park 
Augusta D. Miss, bds. 64 Gray 
Charles D., teller 176 Middle, h. 137 Neal 
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Emily D. Miss, bds. 64 Gray J~ £ 

Harry S., savings teller 185 Middle, h. 454 Cumberland av. w ■- 

Jennie S., widow of James, h. 3 Grant Q y 

John, shoe worker, bds. 44 Wilmot Q 

Minnie M., widow of Thomas, bds. 44 Wilmot & 

Samuel S., treas. E. Corey & Co. 195 Com'l, h. 29 Orchard 
The, 65 Spring 
Boyden Samuel S., actuary Union Mut. Life Ins. Co. 396 Congress, 

h. 103 Pleasant av. 
Boyle Albert, sailor Cutter Woodbury, h. 59 Hammond 
Allen S., lineman 45 Forest av., bds. 88 Mabel 

David A., supt. 8 Cottage, S. P., h. 413 Preble, do. ■ 

Earl R., tinsmith 252 Commercial, bds. 121 Congress ^^ 

Eliza J. Miss, bds. 151 Cumberland av. ^^M 

Frank, clerk 197 Commercial, h. 20 Tate 
Frank J., compositor 99 Exchange, h. 15 Larch 
George, teamster, h. 88 Capisic 
Harry, teamster, h. 197 Grant 
James A., clerk 8 Dana, bds. 91 Myrtle 
James J., pickle maker, h. 91 Myrtle 
John D., \ 88 Mabel 
John H„ laundryman, h. 2 Heath 
John M., night foreman 99 Exchange, and cigars and tobacco 

145 Commercial, h. 151 Cumberland av. 
Leo F., apprentice 105 Exchange, bds. 15 Larch 
Leonard J., shoe worker, bds. 89 Myrtle 
Mary, widow of Henry, h. 224 Danforth 
Michael, laborer, h. 125 Newbury 

Sumner H., tinsmith 252 Commercial, bds. 121 Congress 
William F., millman 4 Union wharf, h. 457 Brighton av. 
William J., cigars 145 Commercial, bds. 151 Cumberland av. 
Boyman Chester R., clerk, bds. 58 Alba 
James A., (bds. 58 Alba 

James (Cutts & Boyman), 33 Clinton, h. 58 Alba 
Boynton Carl W., clerk 522 Congress, bds. 196 High 

C. Everett, auditor 467 Congress, h. 556 Cumberland av. 
Leroy, farmer, h. 436 Ocean av. 
Mary E. Miss, nurse, bds. 869 Congress 
Olive Miss, student, rms. 120 Free 
Randolph H., real estate 121 Exchange, h. 70 Neal 
Walter E., clerk 320 Congress, bds. 224 Ocean av. 
Brackett Adele Miss, folder 24 Exchange, bds. 12 Brentwood 

Albert M., box maker 151 Kennebec, h. 91 Fessenden 05 

Albert S., teamster 490 Brown, S. P., h. do. n ^^ 

Albertine P. Miss, teacher Shailer school, bds. 70 Smith r o 

Alice D., clerk 499^ Congress, bds. 88 Vesper " f .^ 

Arthur, fisherman, bds. H. E. H. Brackett's, Peaks Island J £££ 

Atwood T., clerk B. & M. R. R., h. 143 Scammon, S. P. 2 

Benjamin, iron worker 33 Pearl, bds. 10 Montgomery n — H 

Bessie E. Miss, clerk 379 Congress, bds. 30 Lafayette g §5 

Byron B., switch tender B. & M. R. R., h. 620 Brown, S. P. z-{S{ 

Oarl B., plumber 53 Union, bds. at Westbrook jjjj jjj* 

Caroline B., widow of John L., h. 55 Elm o 

Charles E., h. 320 Highland av., S. P. 5 JJ 

Charles L. (J. J. Brackett & Co.), 265 Middle and (Brackett z ^5 
Box Mfy.), 157 Kennebec, h. 29 Capisic cd 

Charles P., machinist, h. 493 Brown, S. P. """*" 



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£$ Clarence E., clerk, b. Brackett av., Peaks Island 

*■ *- © Clayton L., clerk 396 Congress, Ms. 143 Scammon, S. P. 



•C Clifton C, press feeder 105 Exchange, bds. 143 Scammon, S. P. 



S g CL Dana L., driver 443 Portland, h. 472 St. John 

cr®-£ Elton J., trav. salesman (New York), h. 47 St. Lawrence 

5 •£ Elva L., folder 24 Exchange, bds. 12 Brentwood 
M © | Ernest L., teamster, bds. 519 Brown, S. P. 

c a j Eva Miss, bds. 77 Danforth 

5*E"S Flora, widow of Benjamin F., h. 30 Lafayette 

jVj Frank, engineer 151 Kennebec, h. at Gorham 

© Fred L., fancy goods and grocer Island av., P. I., h. do. 

ttj Fred W., janitor 18 Casco, rms. 10 Locust 

George, lumber, h. 292 Forest av. 

• Gilman L., h. Brackett's, Peaks Island 

<J5 Harley G., fisherman, bds. G. L. Brackett's, Peaks Island 

C 3 Henry E. H., fisherman, h. Island av., Peaks Island 

Henry G., paper hanger 474 Congress, h. Brackett av., P I. 

Herman, clerk 753 Main, S. P., bds. do. 

Horatio N. S., painter, bds. 167 Cumberland av. 

H. D., trav. salesman 154 Middle, h. at Yarmouthville 

Irene M. Miss, clerk, bds. 88 Vesper 

James W., real estate, h. Peaks Island • 

Jemima Mrs., bds. 23 Myrtle 

John F., clerk Fred L. Brackett's Island av., P. I., h. do. 
^^ Joseph B., iron worker, bds. 10 Montgomery 

Joshua, bds. .172 Highland av., S. P. 

J. L. & Co. (George Lord and Charles L. Brackett), trunk 
and bag mfrs. 265 Middle 

Leroy S., painter, bds. 143 Scammon, S. P. 
^^ Lizzie M. Miss, bds. 10 Montgomery 

Marion Miss, teacher, bds. 505 Brown, S. P. 

Marion <M. Miss, bds. 30 Lafayette 

Marshall L., engineer B. & M. R. R., h. 12 Brentwood 

Mary A., widow of Franklin H., h. 10 Montgomery 

May B., Miss, stenographer 70 Free, bds. 47 St. Lawrence 

Minerva E. Miss, bds. H. E. H. Brackett's, Peaks Island 

Nettie N., widow of Willard, h. 505 Brown, S. P. 

Philip, dentist, h. 506 Brown, S. P. 
fam£ Rebecca H., widow of Dexter W„ music teach. 70 Smith, h. do. 

**** Robert E., draw tender Portland bridge, h. 127 York 

# Ruby M. Miss, teacher Aliens school, bds. 127 York 

M' Rowena Miss, music teacher 655 Congress rm. 310, rms. do. 

Sarah E., widow of Jefferson B., h. 47 St. Lawrence 
w Sarah M. Mrs., bds. 317 Deering av. 

&0 £ Wilder, coal and wood Island av., P. I., bds. 93 Gray 

C o William D., police, h. 167 Cumberland av. 

.*3 £ Winthrop R., elevator man 465 Congress, bds. 167 Cumb. av. 

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u Brackett's Mill, 151 Kennebec 

6 £ Bracy Frances M. Miss, clerk 70 Free 

g Z George L., restaurant 262 Fore, rms. do. 

cj 15 Irvin G., clerk 585 Congress, h. 14 Roberts 

'u c John N., painter 103 Gray, h. 86a Pleasant 

4 — Sidney C, clerk, bds. 86a Pleasant 

O & Littlejohn (William E. Littlejohn and John N. Bracy), 

g painters 103 Gray 

•5 Bradbury Addie Miss, bds. 20 Anderson 

"■ Benjamin F, blacksmith P. R. R., h. 20 Anderson 



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Bion jr., commissioner of public works and city engineer S3 
City Hall, h. 52 Gray gj 

Byron M., bookkeeper, h. 2 Congress Park — » ■ 

Clarence S., clerk R. M. S., bds. 203 Cumberland av. 
Clyde A., clerk 71 Preble, S. P., h. 28 Jefferson, do. 
Edgar, laborer, h. 267 Riverside 
George F., mason, bds. 52 Turner 
Harry J., clerk 653 Forest av., h. 30 Bryant 
Henry J., clerk 535 Congress, h. 11 Roberts 
Horatio N., trav. salesman 8 Dana, h. at Gorham 
Lester W., clerk 38 Exchange, h. 21 Deane 
Marcia E., widow of Howard L., rms. 242 Brackett 
Nellie Mrs., h. 89 Congress 

Nelson H., clerk post office €53 Forest av., h. 86 Columbia rd. 
Ralph W., teamster 28 Pearl, bds. 263 Cumberland av. 

Bradeen Herbert A., car cleaner P. R. R., h. at Westbrook q© 

James S., machinist, h. 174 Pearl ""* * 

John, boxmaker, h. 10 New CEI 

Bradford Alice L. Miss, bds. 527 Cumberland av. _gS 

A. Beatrice Miss, bds. 18 Clifton % ^ c 

Benjamin F., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 35 Frederic «__ 

Fielding, clerk 238 St. John, h. 94 Neal gZT 

Frank H., asst. treas. 120 Exchange rm. 402, bds. 153 High — i 

Frank P., carpenter 257 Front, S. P., h. 110 Broadway, do. ^5. 

Harold W., bookkeeper M. C. R. R., h. 24 Boynton GO 

John G., clerk 7,2 Pine, bds. Mountain View park, C. E. 
John E., h. Mountain View park, C. E. i 

Laura E., widow of Frank W., h. 133 Pearl 
Lois C, widow of Dura B., bds. 259 Brackett 

Lovisa F., widow of Luther, h. 16 Saunders O 

Marjorie, bds. 527 Cumberland av. 5 

Mary A. Mrs., bds. 45 Quebec 5 

Mary G., clerk 505 Congress, bds. 264 Cumberland av. m (J 

Roswell C, treas. Rumford Falls Power Co. 120 Exchange 
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William B., compositor 199 Federal, h. 54 Roberts r ^ 

William H., physician 208 State, h. do. A W 

William T., pres. and treas. Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co. 

17 Preble, h. 18 Clifton » 

William T. jr., electrician 443 Congress, h. 33 Smith 
Bradley Bion, carpenter, bds. 434 Congress* 

Charles, clerk 258 St. John, bds. 17 Pine 

Charles A., supt. 465 Congress rm. 1002, h. 140 Noyes 

Charles F., mason 386 Preble, S. P., h. do. 

FrankvM., asst. gen. agt. 465 Cong. rms. 701-702, h. 8 Linden 

F. Ella Miss, h. 288 Congress 

George F., clerk 231 Middle, bds. 386 Preble, S. P. 

Georgie A. Miss, bookkeeper 176 Middle, bds. 228 Congress 

Harriet Lewis Miss, bds. 88 Park a- [TJ 

James H., clerk 500 Commercial, "bds. 18 Fox 

John C, clerk 579 Congress, bds. 490 Deering av. 

John E., clerk 109 Commercial, h. rear 21 Eastern promenade o —J 

John G.,.trav. salesman 154 Middle, h. at East Vassalboro 

Louis, window dresser 494 Congress, bds. 490 Deering av. 

Lucy, laundress 26 Temple, bds. 221 Cumberland av. 

Margaret E. Miss, h. 241 Ocean, S. P. 

-Marion O. Miss, teacher kindergarten ward 3, rms. 663 Cong. 



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Mary Miss, h. 241 Ocean, S. P. 
Mary E., widow of James, h. 1 Marie terrace 
Matilda B. Miss, bds. 1 Marie terrace 
Nellie Mrs., clerk 554 Congress 
Patrick F., clerk B. & M. R. R. wharf, h. 51 Smith 
Patrick G., teamster 228 Federal, h. 179 Franklin 
Richard E., supt. of wharves 493 Commercial, bds. 88 Park. 
Sadie M. Miss, bds. 353 Cumberland av. 
Sarah Mrs., widow of Charles, h. 353 Cumberland av. 
Stanley, h. 93 Fleetwood 

Theresa, widow of Thomas E., h. 490 Deering av. 
£J% Thomas, ins. agt. 465 Congress rm. 1002, bds. Columbia Hotel 

'■' f- Walter A., teamster 228 Federal, bds. 1 Marie terrace 

^23 William L., clerk, h. 633 Congress rm. 30 

^■% William M., lawyer and U. S. Commissioner 188 Middle, h. 

%—^ 9 Bowdoin 

r Bradstreet Co. (The), mercantile agency, J. H. Corbin supt. 34 Ex- 

change rms. 1 and 2 
Brady Amelia, widow of Charles T., boxmaker 68 Cross, bds. 325a 
Congress 

^^h Catherine E., clerk 9 Somerset, bds. 79 Federal 

J^ Harry, plumber 73 Union, bds. 113 Franklin 

(S3 James B., pres. Maine Advertising Co., h. at New York city 

James E., sergeant Co. 107 C. A. C. Fort Williams, S. P., h, 
£J% 197 Pickett, do. 

**W John C, painter, h. 79 Federal 

*^^ John F., spinner 444 Fore, -h. 12 Montgomery 

Thomas P., bds. 1277 Forest av. 
Bragan Stillman I., mason, h. 8 Laurel 
Bragdon Alice Miss, bds. 535 Cumberland av. 
|hbs Earl, machinist, bds. 27 Brattle 

\^± Edith M. Miss, stenographer 51^ Exchange, bds. 94 High 

C/7 Frank J., druggist 659 Congress, h. 535 Cumberland av. 

O Harry A., teamster, bds. rear 66 Brackett 

Helen A. Miss, milliner 511*6 Congress rm. 21, bds. 104 Clark 
UL« Irving L., foreman 119 Middle, bds. 33 Turner 

Jennie K. Mrs., vocal teacher 535 Cumberland av., h. do. 
"g John, mail carrier, bds. r. 22 Howard 

^ a* " John A., musician and Jan. 599% Cong., bds. r. 66 Brackett 

« -ex Julia Miss, bds. 104 Clark 

m to .Maurice F., treas. 47 Exchange, h. 32 Turner 

^£ "g Matilda, widow of Albion J., h. rear 380 Cumberland av. 

^ 3 «£ BRAGDON PAINT CO. M. F., Maurice F. Bragdon treas. 47 Ex- 
« «g change (see advt.) 

.52 3 Susie E., stenographer 112 Preble, bds. at Biddeford 

— e* William E., glazier 436 Commercial, h. 9 Hoyt, / S. P. 

£Z -2; Wingate R., driver 9 Monument sq., h. 184 York — 

Bragg Albert, capt. str. North Star Franklin wharf, h. 278 Congress 
Albert C, bookkeeper 396 Congress, h. 166 Coyle 
Annie M., bookkeeper, h. Ill Franklin 
Florence L., seamstress 24 Free, h. Ill Franklin 
Harry, painter, h. 104 Newbury " • 

Henry A., violinist, bds. 104 Newfbury 

Royal A., trav. salesman 307 Commercial, h. 40 Glenwood av. 
Thomas E., repairer G. T. R., h. Berwick 
Brailsford Arthur E., teamster 109 Wilmot, h. 87 Lancaster 
Brainard Allan H., photographer, bds. 261 Cumberland av. 
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Bramhall League, 214 Brackett M K 

Brammer Abraham, junk, h. 264 Fore g H h 

Bramson Samuel I. (L. S. Silverman & Co.), 237 Maple, h. 171 Cong. w ^ " 
Brand Grace A., clerk 622 Congress, bds. 398 Cumberland av. 3»© 2 

Sally, stenographer 43 Union, bds. 1 Shepley g S § 

Brandon Melvin C, traveling salesman 307 Com'l, h. 89 Carleton > JJ on 

Brandry Alice I. Miss, clerk 535 Congress, bds. 22 Cleaves ' S W 

Brandt Carl, cabinet maker 46 Exchange, h. at Westbrook S 

Carl A., cabinet maker 46 Exchange, h. 176 Auburn 
Brann Bertha L. Miss, bds. 226 Woodford 

Edward J.,, clerk Deering Jet. B. & M. R. R. and M. C. R. R., 
h. 114 Washburn av. 

Edward J. jr., clerk 508 Congress, bds. 114 Washburn av. 

Eugene, detective 546% Congress rm. 36, rms. do. 
Brannen G. W. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 124 Winter 

Mary W., widow of Edwin, dressmaker, h. 124 Winter 
Brannigan Georgie, hairdresser 462 Congress rm. 205, bds. 1 Far- 

rington pi. 
Branscomb A. J., trav. salesman 127 Middle, h. at Saco 
Branscombe Bessie G. Miss, nurse 1153 Brighton av., bds. do. 

Ida B. Miss, seamstress 535 Congress, bds. rear 11 Dow 
Branz Jacob Mrs., grocer 152 Newbury 

William, peddler, h. 24 Deer 
Braslavsky Abe, laborer, h. 40a Middle 
Braun George, calker, h. 202 Front, S. P. 

Robert, treas. Porteus, Mitchell & Braun 522 Congress, h. 
142 Pine 
Bravo Joseph, teamster 443 Portland, h. 142 Newbury 
Brawn George, bds. 36 Gilman 

George A. (E. W. Brown Co.), h. 12 Front, S. P. 

Guy F., engineer E. W. Brown Co., Front, S. P., h. do. 

Ralph M., bookkeeper E. W. Brown Co., h. 12 Front, S. P. 
Bray Charles W., physician 81 Free, h. do., sum. res. Beach, S. P. 

George R., laborer, bds. 46 A, S. P. 

Mack W., sergt. Ft. Williams, S. P., h. 32 Beach, do. 

Ward, box maker 68 Cross 
Brazier Charles A., fireman G. T. R., h. r. 164 Presumpscot 

Chester A., bds. 221 Federal -^ 

Cora, widow of Charles J., clerk 543 Congress, bds. 15 Myrtle ! J 

Hattie E. Mrs., nurse, bds. 89 Pickett, S. P. "^ 

Hattie P. Miss, student, bds. 234 State 

Julia A., widow of John E., h. 15 Myrtle 

Lucy L. Miss, h. 807 Congress 

Laura A. Miss, h. 164 Presumpscot 

Mary E. Miss, bds. 492 Preble, S. P. 

Mildred S. Miss, clerk 155 Middle, bds. 15 Myrtle 

Nellie L., widow of Daniel, h. 234 State 

Walter P., motorman P. R. R., h. 228 Woodford 
Brazutta Ramislaus, sizer 2 Beach, bds. 531 Commercial 
Brean Lloyd F., rodman 238 St. John, bds. 335 Cumberland av. 



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Breen Edward T., clerk 252 Commercial, h. 174 Pearl ^ti ~7 

James A., rigger, h. 91 Fore t^ © 

Mary A., widow of Edward, h. 199 Franklin H -. 

Philip, bds. 91 Fore §§ 

Breene Frederic F., sign painter 52 Cross, rms. 18 Casco Jji - 

Brekke J. Bjornson, U. S. immigration insp. Custom House, rms. H 
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«5 © Bremner Henry L., hulled com 52 Pleasant av., h. do. 
&^ u Bremon Alcena A., widow of Charles F., bds. James Hannaford's 
*§ B © Hannaford rd., C. E. 

Q<+* C. Eugene, agent 28 Pearl, h. 311 Ocean, S. P. 

tj*-© Mortimer N., trav. salesman (Boston, Mass.), h. 2 Mitchell 

§ © S road, S. P. 

£«■© Brener Joseph H. (Rudman & Brener), 438 Fore and 36 and 38 
cB> Plum, h. 61 St. Lawrence 

"ili o Brennan Birchard H., ihorseshoer 25 Plum, h. 4 Hall lane 
gtu Bridget Mrs., h. 169 Fore 

O Daniel C, slate worker 25 Central wharf, h. 25 Mayo 

John, bds. 169 Fore 
# Margaret, widow of James, h. 79 Forest av. 

OMary Ann Mrs., h. rear 223 Vaughan 
William J., bds. 9 Forest av. 

K^^t Brenner Benjamin, clerk 739 Fox, bds. 207 Congress 
William M., optician 510% Congress, bds. 207 do. 

|_|i Brentwood Print (The), Harry W. Macdonald mgr., .223 Middle 

UbbJ Breslin Rose, widow of Thomas, h. rear 14 Greenleaf 

Bretschneider Ernest E., apprentice 228% Middle, bds. 12 Laurel 
Laura M. Miss, clerk, bds. 12 Laurel 
^^j Paul A., baker 585 Congress, h. 12 Laurel 

Paul G., restaurant 56 Washington av., h. do. 

QS Brett Edith B., widow of Bertram E., stenographer 201 Federal, h. 

^^< 785 Congress 

*""2 Edward, teamster 59 Lancaster, h. Franklin 

*^^ Frank I., carpenter, h. 97 Oak 

^^^ John F., sashmaker 512 Fore, h. 56 Portland 

Joseph K., carpenter 98 Preble, h. 58 Portland 

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^ mm Brewer Caroline M. Mrs., bds. 100 Park 

MJ Clarence Mrs., rms. 398 Cumberland av. 

j Ernest E., manager 144 Middle, bds. 3 Rackleff 

— M * Florence D. Miss, stenographer, bds. 81 Free 

*TJ5 Fred M., brakeman B. & M. R. R., h. 271 Cumberland av. 

^^C Herbert G., bds. 153 Forest av. 

Jera O. (Hamlin Foster Auto Co.) 454-456 Fore, h. 14 Mont- 
rose av. 
John E., painter 25 Cotton 
Leslie F. Miss, clerk 70 Free, bds. 23 Emerson 
Luther H., bookkeeper 76 Cross, bds. 67 Congress 
Mary L., widow of John, h. 3 Rackleff 
Perley A., agent 601 Danforth, bds. 100 Park 
Susan A., widow of Daniel, bds. 34 Congress 
*§ Walter S., grocer Island av,, Peaks Island, h. do. 

e « Warren G., student, bds. Island av., Peaks Island 

o E William E., clerk 108 Congress, h. 66 Munjoy 

££ Brewster Edward, shipper 436 Com'l, bds. 23 Highland av., S. P. 

.§ u >» Ethel Miss, operator 105 Middle, bds. 81 Salem 

g J: « Fannie A. Mrs., h. 81 Salem 

c-go Frank, bds. 7 Goodridge av. 

2 So. Samuel, millman, bds. 71 Salem 

g w Thomas L., watchman 494 Congress, h. 186 Woodford 

£« « Victor, motorman P. R. R., bds. 746 Stevens av. 

jO Brian William, paper hanger, bds. 244 Cumberland av. 



-g Brice Edward, bds. 50 Tyng 

Ellen Miss, nurse, bds, 
Fred W., painter, h. 50 Tyng 



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BRICE *■■* 

Fred W., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 16 Taylor G3 

John, teamster 46 York, bds. 60 Tyng ^^^ 

Brickett Blanche I. Miss, clerk 666 Congress, bds. 156 Brackett fafc 

•Mabel L. Miss, bookkeeper 36 Brown, bds. 156 Brackett ^^ 

M. Herbert (Brickett & Rand), 6*66 Congress, h. 156 Brackett ■■■■ 
Philip S., trav. salesman (Indianapolis, Ind.), h. 421 Cumb. av. " 
& Rand (M. Herbert Brickett and Fred S. Rand), newsdeal- 
ers, 666 Congress . w 
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Brickley June, painter 70 Free 

Brickman Samuel, peddler, h. 51 Hancock q M 

Bride George H., clerk 267 Congress, h. 65 High q 

Bridge Addie A., widow of Oland B„ h. 24 High 
George A., moved to New York city 
Harry D., musician, bds. 24 High J JQ 



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Bridges Gertrude Miss, bds. 77% Congress 

Grace S. Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 124 Noyes 
Henry W., clerk Union Station, h. 245 B 
Ralph E., trav. salesman, bds. 19 Crescent 

Sewall, brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 33 Forest "■ 

William H., carpenter, h. 38 Beach, S. P. 
Bridgham Grace Miss, nurse, rms. 204 B 

Lucy L. Mrs., widow of William P., bds. 527 Cumberland av 
Briel Hannah M. Mrs., bds. Hannaford rd., C. E. 

Walter, h. Hannaford rd., C. E. 
Briery Adelaide L. Miss, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 83 Danforth 
Briggs Adelaide L., teacher Deering High school, h. 73 Pleasant 
Bessie Mrs., bds. 197 Coyle 

Charles G., lawyer 114% Exchange, h. 27 Coyle 
Charles S., clerk 238 St. John, h. 52 Cumberland av. 
Charles W., treas. Bankers' Audit Co. 415 Congress, rm. 206, 

h. 27 Rackleff g 

Cyrus K., student (Harvard), bds. 68 Franklin (n q 

Edith L., teacher North School, bds. 68 Franklin O 

E. Winifred Miss, teacher Jackson school, b. Peaks Island -. JJ 

Frank S., clerk P. R. R. Co., h. 13 Brewer ^ O 

Fred E., h. 198 Concord q 2 

George H., clerk 396 Congress, h. Peaks Island 3; 3j| 

Henry L., clerk 541 Congress, bds. 43 Avon ^ pi 

Ida E., widow of George W., h. 17 Boyd 2 30 

John, jr., mail clerk 238 St. John, bds. 15 Wood q q 

Lester G., bds. 17 Boyd pi — 

Brigham Everett L., fireman M. C. R. R., h. 234 Danforth > 

Brightman Omer W., farmer, h. 1827 Washington av. JJ 

Brill Rudolph E., real estate, h. 62 Federal . (/> 

Brilliant Frank (Jacob Brilliant & Sons), 104-106 Middle, b. 102b do. H 

Jacob (Jacob Brilliant & Sons), 104-106 Middle, h. 102b do. 
Jacob & Sons (Jacob, Frank and Morris R. Brilliant), boots 

and shoes 104-106 Middle 
Jennie Miss, bds. 102b Middle 

Morris R. (Jacob Brilliant & Sons) 104-106 Middle, h. 98 do. 
Brimecombe Charles H., electrician 404 Com'l, h. 58 Richland, S. P. 
Dorothy M. Miss, tel. operator 45 Forest av., bds. 58 Rich- 
land, S. P. 
Ethel E. Miss, bds. 58 Richland, S. P. 
Brimmer Charles H., laundryman 481 Fore, h. r. 62 Brown 
Brlnche Charles F., fireman B. & M. R. R., rms. r. 431 Congress 

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BRINDLE 

Brindle Richard, laborer, h. 131 Walton 

Brink Henry,' carpenter rear 147 Presumpscot, h. at Falmouth 

Brinker Adolph, peddler, h. 459 Fore 

Brinkler Alfred, music teacher 104 Park, h. do, 

Brinkman Eva Miss, housekeeper 12 Deering, bds. do. 

Brintnall Daniel W., trav. salesman (New York), h. 176 Clinton 

Briry William G. f trav. salesman 238 Middle, h. at Dexter 

Brisbin William T., lighthouse keeper Little Diamond Island, bds. 

do. 
Bristol Charles, salesman, bds. 53 Brown 

Line Steamers, John Torrance, jr., mgr., office 1 India 
British Vice Consulate's office, John B. Keating, 465 Cong. rm ; 802 
Britt Agnes H. Miss, clerk 535 Congress, bds. 212 Deering av. 
Edward D., bds. 16S Franklin 
Ellen, widow of Edward, h. 212 Deering av. 
Patrick E., painter, h. 168 Franklin 
Patrick E., painter, h. 168 Franklin 
Walter B., barber, h. 2 Summer 
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Britting Fred, auto repairman 799 Forest av., bds. 10 Sawyer 
Broad Emily, widow of Gustavus, bds. 130 Pleasant 
h Broadbent (Mary Mrs., died January 28, 1911 
jjj Broadhurst Arthur, teamster, bds. 189 Franklin 
£ Lillian B. Miss, stitcher 105 Middle, bds. 189 Franklin 

h Mary A., widow of James, h. 189 Franklin 

M Brock Adelaide M. Miss, bds. 687 Congress 
jjj Henry H., physician 687 Congress, h. do. 

z Sarah Miss, bds 687 Congress 



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J™ * Eleanor B. Miss, clerk 20 West, bds. 35 Cumberland av. 

^^ X George T., clerk 233a Congress 

<u Hans H., died March, 1911 

g Helena A., bookbinder 474 Congress, bds. 233a Congress 

^J Herman, checker G. T. R., bds. 35 Cumberland av. 

Laura, widow of Hans H., h. 35 Cumberland av. 
iLaura F. Miss, bds. 35 Cumberland av. 
Mary A., widow of William, h. 233a Congress 
UJ Broderick Alice Miss, clerk, bds. 105 Walnut 

I Alice A. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 2 Gray 

Anastasia Miss, binder 119 (Middle, bds. 105 Walnut 
gw Georgina W. Miss, stenographer 572 Congress, bds. 2 Gray 

Josephine E., tel. operator 19 Exchange, bds. 2 Gray 

Margaret Miss, clerk 379 Congress, bds. 105 Walnut 

Mary A. Mrs., widow of Thomas, h. 105 Walnut 

Mazie Miss, milliner, ibds. 2 Gray 

Thomas, hostler rear 697 Congress 
Broe Christian C, clerk 107 Oxford, >h. 3 Dyer 

Daniel, laborer, bds. 933 Congress 

James A. (Smith & Broe), 489 Congress, h. 82 Spruce 
Brogan John J., laborer, h. 24 Newbury 

Maggie A. Miss, h. rear 169 Newbury 

Thomas, blacksmith M. C. R. R., h. 5 C, S. P. 
Brookings Arthur, farm hand, bds. Eastman rd, C. E. 

Clara Mrs., bds. 2 Vernon pi. 

(Frederick P., carpenter M. C. shops 
Brooks Albert G., bds. 15 Preble, 3. P. 

Amy M. Miss, student, bds. 64 Atlantic 

Anastasia, widow of James M., bds. 58 High, S. P. 



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Annie L. Miss, bookkeeper 370 Fore, bds. 64 Atlantic 

Ara C, telegrapher, bds. 64 Atlantic 

Bertha Mrs., telegrapher 493 Commercial, bds. 64 Atlantic 

Chapin C, inventor, bds. 23 Maple, S. P. 

Charles M. jr., messenger 57 Exchange, bds. 68 Sherman 

Charles W. jr., messenger 57 Exchange, ibds. 68 Sherman 

Clarence J., moved to Berlin, N. H. 

Edward S., express 205 Federal, h. at Westbrook 

Ella E., widow of Marcus F., bds. 5-23 Cumberland av. 

Ernest H., variety 358 Cumberland av., rms. 180% Middle 

George G., clerk 60 Spring, rms. 415 Cumberland av. 

George H., painter, bds. 428% Cumberland av. 

George P., trav. salesman (Boston), h. 22 Clark 
BROOKS GERRY L., lawyer 85 Exchange, h. 47 Roberts (see advt.) 

Harriet A. Mrs. dressmaker, bds. 20 Dow 

Harriet F. Miss, bds. 632 Washington av. 

Harry D. (Talbot, Brooks & Ayer), 269 Middle, h. at West- 
brook 

Harry E., clerk 23 Smith, h. 199 Cumberland av. 

Hattie N., widow of Luther S., h. 64 Atlantic 

James A., h. 20 Dow 

James W. (J. W. Brooks & Co.), 23 Bradley, h. do. 

Joseph A., teamster, h. 119 Pearl 

Joseph, port warden 93 Commercial, h. 87 Atlantic 

J. W. & Co. (James W. Brooks), toilet preparations, 23 
Bradley 

Lena A. Miss, packer ft. of Morrill, bds. 441 Forest av. 

Mae W. Miss, stenographer 396 Congress, bds. 68 Sherman 

Prudie A., widow of E. W., bds. 749 Congress 

Ralph D., clerk 396 Congress, bds. 68 Sherman 

William E., trav. salesman 143 Middle, bds. 10 Parris 

William S., market gardener, h. 12 Summit 
Broome Archie, clerk 1 Central wharf, h. 108 School, S. P. 
Brophy Ella M. Miss, tel. operator 19 Exchange, bds. 40 Cash, S. P. 

Michael A., teamster 9 Somerset, h. 23 Washington av. 
Brosseau Henry F. jr., car cleaner Union Station, h. r. 177 St. John 
Brousseau Crixte, boxmaker ft. of Morrill, h. 5 Dingley ct. 
Broughton Leilia E. Miss, bds. 74 Pickett, S. P. 

William D. (Charles M. Hay Paint Co.), 8 Free, h. 74 Pick- 
ett, S. P. 
Brow Alexander, car inspector B. & M. R. R., h. 18 School 

Daniel, laborer, rear 253 Forest av. 

Joseph, laborer, h. r. 142 Newbury 
Brown Abraham, painter, h. 8 York 

Addie L. Miss, dressmaker 379 Cumberland av., bds. do. 

Albert L., painter, h. 551 Sawyer, S. P. 

Albert R., farmer, h. Fowler road, C. E. 
BROWN ALBION H., painter 46 Cross, bds. 21 Cottage, S. P. (see 
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Alexander A., steamfitter 45 Market, h. 15 Lightfoot 

Alice Miss, bds. 237 Brown, S. P. 

Alice E., widow of Freeman H., bds. Ocean House road, C. E. 

Alice J., clerk 26 Exchange, bds. 551 Cottage, S. P. 

Alice M. Miss, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 71 Gray 

Alice M., nurse, rms. 20 Norwood 

Alida C, widow of John M., died Nov. 24, 1911 

Alton L, painter 70 Free, bds. 551 Sawyer, S. P. 

Andrew, filer, bds. 15 Chapel 






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2 b Andrew S., h. 8 Emerson 

tt, S Angie D., widow of Charles, h. 103 York 

O H Anna B. Mrs., stewardess 60 Spring, bds. do. 

q N Annie E. Miss, teacher So. Portland, bds. 95 Beckett 

S jlffc Arthur M., trav. salesman 465 Congress, h. Wakefield, Mass. 

r3 Cq Arthur W. (W. W. Riggs & Co.), 364 Commercial and lumber 

^ Zf> (Van Buren), h. 43 Richardson 

£{j 9 Benjamin F., salesman 213 Com'l, h. Ocean House rd., C. E. 

S * Bertha T. Miss, cashier 535 Congress, bds. 23 Brighton av. 

q g Bessie A. Miss, bds. 275 Lincoln, S. P. 

i_ g Bruno, laborer, h. 57 Lafayette 

CO £ Calvin S., clerk, bds. 173a Pearl 

Carrie E. iMiss, bds. 275 Lincoln, S. P. 

Carrie E. Miss, sec'y Y. W. C. A., bds. 87 Munjoy 

# Carroll, conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 27b Frederic 

O Carroll, treas. 85 Market, rm. 26, bds. Lafayette Hotel 

Casper G., carriages, etc., (Millbridge), h. 65 Elm 
O Cecil P., dentist 499y 2 Congress, h. 279 Brackett 

Charles, laborer, h. 178 Lincoln, S. P. 
Charles A., carpenter, h. Island av., Peaks Island 
^ Charles A. L., h. 365 Danforth 

OQ Charles E., screen maker 70 Free, h. 41 Lancaster 

^^ Charles H, car repairer P. R. R., h. 24 Johanson 

|. Charles H., carpenter, h. Peaks Island 

2^ Charles H., laborer, bds. 159 Lincoln, S. P. 

Y Y Charles P., carpenter, h. 37 Kellogg 

[JLl Charles W., clerk G. T. R., bds. 37 Front, S. P. 

J Clara Miss, bds. 27 Thomas 

N—J Clarence H., jeweler and ticket broker 270 Middle, rms. 313 

N"N Cumberland av. 

4^ Clifford, storekeeper P. T. Co., bds. 15 Whitney 

^*« Clifford C, clerk 102 Commercial, h. Fowler road, C. E. 

f^ft Cyrus J., night watchman 302 Com'l, bds. 55 Hampshire 

J™4 Daniel M., salesman 336 Commercial, bds. 56 Waterville 

Delia Miss, domestic, bds. 52 Winter 

O Dennis E., laborer, h. 68 Angell av., S. P. 

Eben N., lineman 45 Forest av., h. 3 Garden lane 
Edgar A., yard conductor Union Station, h. Spurwink rd., C. E. 

• Edith S., stenographer 97% Exchange, bds. 73 William 
fr Edward, coachman 85 Bedford, h. 23 Brighton av. 
**^ Edward L., h. 24 Fairmount 

Edward L., carpenter 151 Kennebec, h. 22 Lightfoot 

Edward S., farmer, h. Fowler road, C. E. 
co Edwin C, letter carrier 653 Forest av., h. 123 Glenwood av. 

§ Edwin E., decorator 546% Congress, bds. 66 Brown 

Edwin H., bds. 52 Brown 

Edwin L., steamfitter 75 Union, bds. 170 Cumberland av. 

Edwin R., police captain 130 Woodford, h. 17 Revere 



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0,/j Q Elizabeth M. Mrs., dressmaker 301 Cumberland av., h. do. 

S^> J Elizabeth M. (Miss, music teacher 130 Free, "bds. do. 

«J> < Ella Miss, clerk, bds. 174 Grant 

hOq Ella M. Mrs., tailoress 496% Congress, bds. 28 Spring 

%X Ellie Miss > n - 116 Pickett, S. P. 

£jCO Elmer E., decorator 546% Congress, h. 66 Brown 

§ Elmer E., barber, h. 1 Deering place 

< Emily H., bds. 125 State 



Enoch N., packer 242 Middle, h. 60 Munjoy 

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Ernest F., teamster 350 Commercial, h. 104 Salem ^ * M 

Etta L. Miss, stenographer 85 Com'I, bds. 95 Beckett ft ® h& 

Eugene D., weigher 350 Commercial, h. 68 Angell av., S. P. so £ 

Eva G. Miss, boxmaker 68 Cross, rms. 15 Whitney av. P •■* *- 

Evelyn >M., tel. operator 45 Forest av., bds. 401 Cumb. av. 5*0* 

E. W. Co., sardines, N. W. Brown treas., r. Front, S. P. ® ® P 

E. W. Mrs, bds. 336 Broadway, S. P. «*P 



Fannie F. Miss, canner 13 Franklin, bds. 104 Sheridan 

Francena B., widow of Othello D., h. 35 Forest av., S. P. 

Frank, clerk, 563 Congress, bds. 29 Central av., S. P. 

Frank, washer 240 Spring, h. 114 Washington av. 

Frank „C., clerk 238 St. John, h. 25 Winslow 

Frank C, fireman M. C. R. R., h. r. 12 May 

Frank E., clerk 574 Congress, h. Ocean House road, beyond 

Hannaford road, C. E. 
Frank E., jewelry 951 Congress, h. 382 St. John 
Frank F., clerk, rms. 32 Congress 
Frank H., clerk 574 Congress, h. C. E. 
Frank I., 'physician 41 Pine, S. P., h. do. 
Frank M., treas. F. M. Brown Paint Co. 403 and 405 Fore, h. 

36 Taylor 
Frank W., electrician, bds. 65 Deake, S. P. 
Fred, farmer, bds. Warren G. Jordan's, off Spurwink rd., C. E. 
Fred A., car inspector Union Station, h. 15 Whitney av. 
Fred C, trav. salesman 213 Federal, h. at Wells 
Fred S., blacksmith 265 Commercial, h. 531 Cottage, S. P. 
Frederick A., optician, h. 6 Monroe 
Frederick O., mason, b. rear 126 Forest av. 
Frederick W., laborer, h. 71 India 
Freeman F., student, rms. 174 Neal 
Freeman H., died March 15, 1911 
BROWN F. M. PAINT CO., Frank M. Brown, treas., paints, oils and 

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Brown F. V. Miss, bds. Ocean House rd. nr. Hannaford rd., C. E. 
George A., bookkeeper 53 Exchange, rms. 422 Cumb. av. 
George A., cooper 276 Commercial, bds. 21 Chestnut 

George A., laborer, h. 86 Preble ^ 

George D., engineer 15 Lowell, h. 458 St. John £ 

George E., decorator and costumer 546% Congress, h. P. I. t> 

George H., h. 44 Oxford J 

George M., bungmaker 276 Commercial z 

Georgia M., widow of Hiram, Ibds. 551 Sawyer, S. P. n 

George W., bds. 44 Oxford g 

George W., elevator man, bds. 65 Elm z 

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George W. B., barber 287 St. John, bds. 104 Salem ± — 

Georgie I. Mrs., h. 275 Lincoln, S. P. Sqc* 
Grace Miss, nurse 68 High, bds. do. 



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eg © Grace C. Miss, stenog. 269 Middle, bds. 16 Pine, S. P. 

$ >• Hans H., carpenter, bds. 8 Emerson 

£ O Harold C., machinist, moved to Gorham 

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© *& Harris J., bookkeeper 252 Commercial, bds. 210 Cumb. av. 

« ^ Harry D., trav. salesman (New York), bds. 24 Deering av. 

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frn _- Helen Miss, stenographer r. 253 Forest av., bds. 300 Cumb. av. 



Helen Mrs., bds. 103 York 
eg e3 Henrietta, widow of William J., h. 142 Lancaster 

Henry A., h. 66 Brown 

Herbert J., pres. Berlin Mills Co. 404 Com'l, h. 125 State 

Herbert L., watchman 474 Congress, h. 42 Boyd 

Hilda T. Miss, bds. 104 Salem 

Horace F., clerk 396 Congress, hds. 73 William 

Howard W., clerk 238 St. John, bds. 201 Vaughan 

H. Herman, carpenter, bds. 8 Emerson 

Ina V. Miss, stenographer 136 Com'l, bds. 35 Forest av., 3. P. 

Irving H., master mariner, bds. 199M> Middle 

James, painter 70 Free, bds. 68 C, S. P. 

James, clerk 15 Pleasant, h. 19 do. 

James A., plasterer, h. 163 Forest av. 

James B., moved to Boston, Mass. 

James J., screen maker, h. 68 C, S. P. 

James L., farmer, h. Hannaford rd. near town farm, C. E. 

James O., teamster 28 Free, bds. 15 Stetson pi. 

James S., tailor 37 Casco, bds. 64 Myrtle 

James W., yardman 23 Plum, h. 41 Merrill 
J^2 John, cigars 15 Pleasant, h. 225 Danforth 

1 ■ John, grocer 19 'Pleasant, h. 225 Danforth 

John B., carpenter, bds. 8 Taylor 
C^ John C, pres. and mgr. 27 Forest av., h. 440 Cumberland av. 

^— John D., teamster Chase Transfer Co., h. 3 Larch 

John E., steam fitter 17 Preble, bds. 21 Kincaid, S. P. 

John M., carpenter 3 Center, h. 139 Brackett 
£SO John M„ billing clerk 24 Preble, bds. 151 Spring 

/— > John N., farmer, h. Ocean House rd., junc. Spurwink rd., B. B. 

■ | Joseph F., motorman P, R. R. 

Joseph P., pres. 239 Congress, h. 118 Cumberland av. 

Joseph W„ carpenter 252 Commercial, h. 41 Park 

Josephine Miss, laundress 26 Temple, b. 35 Central av., S." P. 

Josephine A. Miss, bds. 87 Munjoy 

J. B. & Sons, real estate 218 Middle 

J. B. (estate of), 218 Middle 

Lawrence, student, bds. 87 Franklin 

Lawrence C, clerk 474 Congress, bds. 365 Danforth 

Leon E., carpenter 85 Kennebec, h. 24 Brentwood 

Leon F., storekeeper P. T. Co., rms. 15 Whitney 

Leonard, laborer, bds. Ocean House road, C. E. 

Lester E., student, bds. Edward S. Brown's, C. E. 

Lewis E., engineer 309 Congress, h. lib Cleaves 

Linden P., clerk 500 Commercial, h. 6 D, S. P. 

Louise Mrs., h. 95 Beckett 

Lucinda L., widow of Moses P., bds, 11 Munjoy 

Lucy E. M., widow of William W., h. 457 Forest av. 

Luther A., physician 690 Congress, h. do. 

Mabel Miss, rms. 165 York 

Mabel L., stenographer 481 Fore, bds. 33 Latham, S. P. 



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BROWN 

Marah E., widow of John M., h. 8 Taylor 

Martha J., widow of Isaiah S., h. 87 Munjoy 

Martin B., bookkeeper 430 Congress, h. 230 Concord 

Mary, wid. of Joseph, bds. Edward Brown's, Fowler rd., C. E. 

Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 87 Munjoy 

Mary Home (The), 15 Capisic ("" 

Mary J., widow of Leonard, h. Ocean House rd., beyond Han- ^^^ 

naford road, C. E. ^ 

Mary P., widow of Andrew J., h. 16 Pine, 3. P. #■ 

Maude Miss, clerk, bds. 56 Anthoine, S. P. JJ 
Maurice S., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 618 Forest av. 
Melissa, stitcher 67 Union, bds. 271 Cumberland av. 

Mildred B. Miss, nurse, Ocean House road, C. E, Gl 

Minnie L. Miss, clerk, bds. 104 Salem fj 

Montague, died Sept. 20th, 1911 — fX f t 

Moses P., engineer G. T. R., h. 605 Washington av. wm ^m 
M. Gertrude Miss, sten. 465 Congress rm. 610, bds. 25 Grant 

Nancy M., widow of Elmer, h. 379 Cumberland av. ^ m 
Nason, conductor P. R. R., h. 511 Stevens av. 

Nathan O, bds. Falmouth Hotel Q) 

Natt W., treas. E. W. Brown Co., S. P., h. 336 Broadway, do. C 

Orton B., treas. and supt. Berlin Mills Co., 404 Commercial, h. Jg 

at Berlin, N. H, g 3 

Philip C, trav. salesman 27 Forest av., bds. 440 Cumb. av. H £^ 

Emerson O ^ 

Nellie M. Miss, asst. teacher 98 Exchange rms. 16-17, bds. 8 "**< 

Philip G., treas. 218 Middle, h. 85 Vaughan • 

Philip W., student, ibds. 620 Main, S. P. „ ^t 

P. H. & J. H. Co., real estate 218 Middle S ^ 

Ralph, night watchman 70 Free, bds. 71 Gray u Q 

Robert O, mgr. 74 Exchange, bds. 512 Cottage, S. P. m m ^ 

Robert H., foreman 45 Exchange, h. 57 Merrill y> JP^" 

Roscoe, laborer, h. off Highland av., S. P. H 

Ro&coe E., salesman 322 Commercial, h. 173a Pearl ^ Q,, 

Roscoe E. jr., stenographer 404 Commercial, bds. 173a Pearl m q 

Samuel H., mgr. 97 M» Exchange, h. 73 William H » 

Samuel M. (Brown & McAloney Furniture Co.), 90 Exchange, ■■* 

h. 87 Franklin CD 

Sarah A., widow John S., h. 18 Hartley ^ 

Sewell A., molder 51 Kennebec, h. 301 Cumberland av. ^ 

Simmons, bds. 125 State ^ — ■ 

Stella I. Miss, bds. Ocean House rd., C. E. r r+ 



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Theodore J., trav. salesman (Boston, Mass.), h. 48 Deering -a mJ 

Theodore P., master mariner, h. 56 Anthoine, S. P. J S" 

Theresa A. Miss, nurse, bds. 374 Westbrook, S. P. z -3 

Thomas E., carpenter, h. 529 Washington av. " . 

Thomas S. M., machinist P. T. Co., h. 25 Powsland £ "H 

Thresa R., widow of Thomas F., bds. 196 High z fl) 

Vena A. Mrs., compositor 70 Free, bds. 512 Cottage, S. P. * *!3 

Venita Miss, bds. Ocean House rd., C. E. o 

Victor J., finisher, h. 26 Arcadia r v 

Victor P., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 12 Boynton ct. z » 

Wallace F., asst. civil engineer City Hall, h. 33 Water O 

Walter A., machinist M. C. R. R., h. 14 Wood f" 

Walter E., clerk 34 Exchange, h. 21 Bean, S. P. -^ 

Walter H., pres. Walter Corey Co. 28 Free, h. 273 State (fl 
Walter P., clerk 9 Custom House wharf, h. 32 Waterville 
Walter Scott, engineer, h. 88 Angell av.. S. P. 



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•J- Warren H., millman 476 Fore, h. Cottage road, C. E. 

"» Warren P., clerk 396 Summer, S. P., h. 9 E, do. 

gJE - Wilbert P., clerk 175 Commercial, bds. 31 High 
oJ2 § William, hostler 69 Cross, rms. do. 

2 o5E William E., teamster, bds. r. 996 Ocean av. 

Baa^ William E., washer 366 Congress, bds. 9 Upland av. 

^g= William H., rsnt. 74 Exch. and 67 Oak, h. 151 Franklin 

° *p William J., clerk 26 Temple, h. 327a Congress 

•g William L., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 139 Brackett 

•g William R., clerk 16$ Commercial, bds. Myrtle 

William Robinson, asst. treas. and supt. wood department 404 
Commercial, h. at Berlin, N. H. 

# William T., supervisor P. O., h. 18 North 

O William W., died Oct. 22, 1911 

Winfield S., laborer, h. 29 Central av., S. P. 
O Winifred M. Miss, stenographer 16 Exch., bds. 73 William 

Winthrop B., student, moved to Boston, Mass. 
& Bishop Co., Joseph P. Brown pres., Malcolm Bishop, treas., 
• provisions 239 Congress 

0^# & Josselyn (Harry C. Josselyn), commission merchants 211 

>J Commercial 

i & McAloney Furniture Co. (Samuel M. Brown and Archibald 

Vj McAloney), 90 Exchange 

f^i BROWN'S COFFEE HOUSE, William H. Brown prop., 74 Exchange 
<ljw (see advt.) 

L^J Browne Arthur A., mfr. canned goods 72 Bishop, h. 62 Lawn av. 
' i Evelyn M. Miss, tel. operator 45 Forest av., b. 401 Cumb. av. 

l^- Georgie E. Miss, bds. 62 Lawn av. 

^^ Herbert M., clerk 164 Commercial, bds. 62 Lawn av. 

^^ Ina V. Miss, bds. 62 Lawn av. 

,^J William H. J., h. 3 C, S. P. 

""'sH Brownell Arthur B„ purchasing agent 70 Free, bds. Falmouth Hotel 

^ Charles, fireman B. & M. R. R., h. 15 Kelsey, S. P. 

Q^ Browning Harry, actor, h. Sterling, Peaks Island 
^^ Brownley Robert A., barber 35 Milk, h. 117 Veranda 
Brownrig Minnie Miss, h. 267a Congress 

• Thomas A., agent, bds. 267a Congress 
^^ Brownstein Samuel, junk, h. 108 Newbury 
^^ Brownstone Morris, grocer 461 Fore, h. 459 do. 

Brturs Michlot, millhand, h. 49 Summer 
^ • Bruce Margaret W., widow of Emery B., h. 102 Forest av. 
L3~ , Brume Ella M. Miss, clerk, bds. 174 Grant 
^^ Frank, carpenter M. C. shops, bds. 174 Grant 

Samuel M., carpenter M. C. shops, h. 174 Grant 
Brune Constance Miss, bds. Mrs. Elizabeth H. Rand's, Mitchell rd., 
II C. E. 

E-g Brunei Daniel W., pres. and treas. D. W. Brunei Shoe Co. 123 Mid- 
"-2 die, h. 550 Cumberland av. 

{J3 2 %> D. W. Shoe. Co., Daniel W. Brunei pres., 123 Middle 

^"2 « Frederic, insurance agent 40 Exchange, h. 120 William 

of a © Leander G., h. 39 Cedar 

i-5"| Richard, civil engineer 120 Exchange, rm. 406, bds. 39 Cedar 

§•«£» Thomas A., clerk 213 Commercial, bds. 39 Cedar 

Brunette Peter, shoe repairer 667 Congress, h. 7 Caroline 
Bruni Vincent, barber 3 Veranda, bds. Deer 
Bruno Cosimo, h. 81 Fore 

Raffaele, laborer, h. 85 Fore 
Brims Abraham L., trav. salesman 106 Com'l, h. 21 Lawn av. 



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Anders N., foreman 151 Kennebec, h. 10 Laurel lane 

Anders N., cabinet maker 71 Kennebec, h. 812 Ocean av. 

Anna C. Miss, shoe stitcher 67 Union, bds. 73 St. Lawrence 

Annie M. Mrs., clerk 42 Union, h. 90 Vesper 

Charles A., fireman B. & M. R. R., h. 115 Sherwood 

Christian, shoemaker 137 Pearl, bds. 1431 Congress 

Elizabeth Miss, rms. 86 Winter 

Elsie L. Miss, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 15 Shepley 

Helen Miss, clerk 551 Congress, bds. 28 Spring 

Jens C, carpenter 192 Brackett, h. 8 Roberts 

Jen N., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 81 Ocean, 3. P. 

John R. G., apprentice 187 Brackett, bds. 31 Kellogg 

Mads N., h. 31 Kellogg 

Marie C. Miss, bds. 812 Ocean av. 

Marion B. Miss, bookbinder 474 Congress, bds. 10 Laurel pi. 

Mathias, shoemaker 204 Federal, h. 1431 Congress 

Minnie, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 15 Shepley 

N. Albert, collector 109 Wilmot, bds. 115 Sherwood 

Neils A. (Bruns & Johnson), 109 Wilmot, h. 115 Sherwood 

Neils A. N., carpenter 25 Kidder West, h. do. 

Neils A. N. jr., carpenter, bds. 25 Kidder West 

Nellie R. Mrs., bds. 7 Dermot ct. 

Peter A., apprentice 478 Fore, bds. 31 Kellogg 

Thomas G., transferman Union Station 

Thomas J., teamster 159 Commercial, h. 101 Wilmot 

Thomas P., laborer, bds. 1431 Congress 

& Johnson (Neils A. Bruns and Frank C. Johnson), coal and 
wood 109 Wilmot 
Brunt Arthur, machinist 26 Forest av. 
Bryant Arthur, paper hanger, bds. 15 Munjoy 

Albert L., removed to Chicago 

Alfred D., gardener, bds. 22 Norwood 

Andrew J., h. 43 High 

Charles, carpenter, h. Mussey rd., S. P. 

Charles B., accountant, h. 2 Deering 

Charles C, clerk R. M. S., h. 719 Main, 

Charles F., foreman 302 Commercial, h. 

Chas. W. (C. W. Bryant & Co.), 625 Forest av., h. 15 Saunders 

Chester W., clerk 238 Middle, bds. 399 Summer, ,S. P. 

C. Ralph, clerk 238 St. John, h. 66 Ashmont 

C. W. & Co. (Chas. W. Bryant and George Milne), carpenters 
625 and 639 Forest av. 

Daniel O, pattern maker 58 Fore, h. 68 Beckett 

Emma D., widow of Jewett R., h. 140 High, S. P. 

Fred A., clerk 473 Congress, h. 11 Alba 

Fred W., clerk 166 Commercial, h. 399 Summer, S. P. 

George H., conductor G. T. R., h. 100 Presumpscot 

Halbirton A., carpenter, h. 11 Stetson pi. 

Harriet A. Miss, bds. 78 Oxford 

Henry, carpenter P. T. Co., bds. 80 Douglass 

Henry S., h. 65 Spruce 

Herbert F., conductor B. & M. R. R., h. .31 Frederic 

Herbert J., paper hanger, bds. 15 Munjoy 

Hubbard W., bookseller 223 Middle, h. 349 Cumberland av. 

Ida P. Miss, teacher Nathan Clifford school, bds. 15 Saunders 

Jasper W., engineer, h. 56 Federal 

Jennie L. Mrs., bds. 22 Norwood 

John C, clerk 87 Cross, bds. 15 Saunders 



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Judson B. Rev., real estate and variety and clerk postoffice 

sub station No. 2, 471 Stevens av., h. 52 Richardson 
Lewis M., h. 80 Vesper 

Llewellyn L., motorman P. R. R., h. at Yarmouthville 
Loring, engineer G. T. R., h. 71 Sherwood 
Margaret S. Miss, bds. 349 Cumberland av. 
Mary L. Miss, h. 51 Chapel 
Mary M., widow of Samuel, h. 78 Oxford 
Othniel G., painter and paperhanger, h. 15 Munjoy 
Otis M., clerk 273 Congress, bds. 135 Spring 
Ralph N., real estate 465 Congress, rm. 707, h. 147 Beacon 
Samuel G., master mariner, bds. 290 Danforth 
Wallace C, clerk 103 Commercial, h. 57 Cumberland av. 
Warren E„ dentist 499% Congress rm. 2, bds. 262 Cumb. av. 
Warren H., nurse 147 Pleasant av., bds. do. 
Wendall A., milk dealer 771 Westbrook, S. P., h. do. 
Willis F., bds. M. Small's, Mitchell road, C. E. 
Brydon Isaac W., meter repairer 40 W. Com'l, bds. 126 Winter 

Kenneth R., meter repairer 40 W. Commercial 
Brymer Arthur J., ca'bleman 45 .Forest av., h. 57 Sheridan 
Bryson Catherine D., widow of William D., h. 22 Winthrop 
James D., laborer, h. 107 India 

Mary J. Miss, asst. chief operator 45 Forest av., bds. 107 India 
William B. (Bryson & Welch), 48 Temple, h. 22 Winthrop 
& Welch (William B. Bryson and Michael A. Welch), print- 
ers 48 Temple 
* U Bucci Bennedetto, contractor, h. 145 Newbury 
^" 2 Buchanan Harold F., picture framer, bds. 13 Briggs 
III < Henry, farmer, h. 621 Sawyer, S. P. 

"■ JJ James, agent, bds. 89 Lancaster 

£ John, laborer, bds. Wells rd., C. E. 

ui Laura Miss, nurse, bds. 7 Walker 

* W. Leslie, trav. salesman 94 Com'l, rms. 621 Sawyer, S. P. 

^J w Bucbannan James, salesman 104a Exchange, bds. 51 Cedar 
Buck Albion L., manager 493 Congress, h. 7 Fore 

Elizabeth R. Miss, clerk post office, bds. 50 Spruce 
Flossie E., marker 125 Walton, bds. 646% Washington av. 
HI Frederick, motorman P. R. R., h. 31 Fairfield 

Grove E., h. 36 Lancaster 
James W., bds. Sea View av., C. E. 

Monie L., trav. salesman 269 Commercial, h. at Houlton 
Rose Mrs., widow of Benjamin R., h. 646 % Washington av. 
Ruth D. Miss, reader, bds. Sea View av., C. E. 
Sarah A., widow of Cyrus W., bds. 632 Washington av. 
Thomas W., machinist, died Aug. 22, 1911 
^^"" William D., ticket broker 273 Middle, h. Sea View av., C. E. 

G3 William O., engineer M. C. R. R., bds. 23 Mitton 

^— % William >S., gardener, h. 1396 Forest av. 

' ^j rf Buckingham Lulu Mrs., stenog. 120 Exch., b. 47 Spring. S. P. 

F 1 r Buckland Walter H., prop. 97-99 Elm, h. do. 
Buckles Bessie M., bds. 120 Cumberland av. 
^^J George J., laborer, bds. 120 Cumberland av. 

~^m John E., checker, bds. 120 Cumberland av. 

^™; Buckley Daniel, hostler, bds. 18 Sheridan 

wa£ Francis W., lumber inspector 508 Fore, h. 65 Monument 

P Harry F., teamster 63 Washington av., h. 53 Kellogg 

John, watchman, h. 148 Clark 
John A., baker 63 Washington av., h. 48 Merrill 



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BUCKLEY _* £ 

Lottie, ruis. 60 Free *v> ft) 

Lynn (Somes & Buckley), 548^ Congress, bds. 116 Spring J~ O" 

Patrick, died Jan. 7, 1911 Qj -• 

Bucklin George A., fireman M. C. R. R., h. 33 Huntress / O T 

Buckman Alta F. Miss, bds. 113 Fessenden q 

J. Mrs., rms. 15 Shepley Q, 

Lawrence J. Mrs., clerk 535 Congress, bds. 15 Shepley 

Bucknam Arthur E., salesman 517 Congress, h. 86 Kenilworth 
Charles H., saw filer, h. 113 Fessenden 
Edward W., engineer 415 Congress, h. 78 Dartmouth 
Joseph, clerk 1 Central Wharf 

Lawrence J., machinist 24 Forest av., rms. 15 Shepley 
Nathan C, bookkeeper 54 Exchange, h. 78 Dartmouth 
Woodbury R., engineer stmr. Bay State, Franklin whf., h. 
34 William 

Budd Caroline H. Miss, teacher (Schenectady, N. Y.), bds. 15 Morse 
Everett G., carpenter, h. 73 Pine, S. P. 
Nathaniel, h. 15 Morse 
Nathaniel jr., foreman 15 Lowell, bds. 15 Morse 

Budzko John, tailor 173 Congress, h. 65 Salem 

Buell Lewin F. Rev., h. 461 Deering av. 

Ralph L., clerk, bds. 461 Deering av. 

Buffum William A., bds. 74 Wilmot 

Build Charles, machinist S. O. Co., S. P., h. 45 Ridgeland av., do. 
William A., driver 502 Commercial, h. rear 225 Danforth 

Bilker Etta M. Miss, bds. 110 Washington av. 

Bulger Alice P. Miss, died March 23, 1911 
John, machinist, h. 55 Myrtle 

John Mrs., seamstress 278 Middle, bds. 55 Myrtle 
Mary E. Miss, stenographer 120 Exchange, bds. 209 Franklin 
Michael H., packer, h. 209 Franklin 
Nellie Gertrude, teacher Staples school, bds. 209 Franklin 

Bullard Frederick S., clerk 18 Free, h. 387 Danforth 

George, clerk, bds. 100 Park OH 

Mary B. Miss, supervisor of drawing public schools, bds. 387 ^^J 

Danforth 

Bullock Benjamin C, fireman G. T. R., h. 475 Washington av. 
Charles L., clerk 554 Congress, bds. 18 Parris 
E. Perley, clerk 307 Commercial, bds. 209 State 
George, clerk 28 Monument sq., bds. 100 Park 

Bulman Albert D., varnishes, etc., h. 86 Wolcott 

Bulson John H., yard clerk Union Station, h. 320 Highland av., S. P. 

Bump John E., order clerk 9 Temple, h. 87 Franklin j^j 

Bumpus Isaac C, h. 20 Runnells OD 

Bunker Charles M., mgr. 502 Congress, rm. 7, h. at Boston jj , 

Frances Mrs., 1121 Forest av. r o 

Henry G., oar repairer B. & M. R. R., h. 1121 Forest av. t» -_ 

John W. Mrs., h. 195 Franklin * qq 

Mabel Miss, saleslady (N. Y.), bds. 195 Franklin z 

Millard F., laborer, bds. 25 Chapel n ZT* 

Willard C, clerk, bds. 142 Pleasant S §3 

Buote John J., inspector P. R. R., h. at Yarmouth z t=J 

Burbank Albert L, pres. 242 Middle, h. 315 Spring * cd 

Albert N., student, bds. 174 Neal 5 

Alfa S. Miss, clerk 31% Exchange rm. 16, bds. 174 Neal 5 £2 

Barker L., trav. salesman 252 Commercial, h. 45 Beacon z £g 

Douglass & Co., Albert L. Burbank pres., Fanning J. Burbank , cd 
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o^ w Elmer E., carpenter 3 Center, h. 24 St. Lawrence 

*J g § Fanning J., treas. 242 Middle, bds. 315 Spring 

i « 4>u Frederick E., clerk Union Station, bds. 30a Preble 

•| ga Moses S., tailor 228^ Middle, h. 43 Washburn av. 

o- 5 $ Silas W., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 391 St. John 

£ . 2 Thomas W., agent 3'6 Preble, h. 174 Neal 

w & © Walter H., clerk, bds. 30a Preble 

c « j Burchill Ernest C, pressman, h. 24 Kidder east 
1 5l^ George N., carpenter, h. 60 Kidder east 

£»<3 John, ship carpenter, bds. 41 Brown 

J Burckhart Fred, farmer, h. Sawyer road, C. E. 

UJ Fred G., bds. Fred Burckhart's, Sawyer road, C. E. 

George, farmer, bds. Fred Burckhart's, Sawyer road, C. E. 
• Burdin Clarence H., bookkeeper 494 Fore, rms. 51% Exchange 
^5 Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. A., F. W. Huntington, inspector, 

£ 3 office 79 Exchange 

Burgess Alice, clerk 505 Congress, bds. 15 Pine 
Anne Miss, teacher, bds. 8 Whitney 
Bulah M. Miss, bds. 158 Cumberland av. 
Charlotte E., widow of Henry, died October 3, 1911 
Caroline H. Miss, bds. 96 Danforth 
Demus B., buyer 543 Congress, h. 20 Grant 
Eliza C. Miss, bds. 79 Anthoine, S. P. 
Emily J. Miss, clerk 467 Congress, bds. 181 Clark 
Ethel M. Miss, bds. 42 Cushman 
E. Josephine Mrs., widow of Robert, h. 181 Clark 
Fobes Co., Leander W. Fobes, pres., paint dealers 106 to 120 
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Fred W., teamster 451 Highland av., S. P., h. 513 do. 
George W., barber 301 St. John, bds. 90 Portland 
George S., student, bds. 96 Danforth 
«i tU Grace A. Miss, milliner, bds. 59 High 

.^ J Harry L., teamster, h. 57 Smith 

I . ^3 Hattie, widow of Thomas, h. 5 Henley, S. P. 

_nTi Henry S., paper hanger, h. 29 Boyd 

Iva M., clerk 540 Congress, bds. 280 Brackett 
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04 $ Mary 3. Miss, bds. 96 Danforth 

4> T Mary M. Miss, h. 96 Danforth 

£f •§ Merle F., agent, h. 11 Oak 

'C _ Sarah Mrs., widow of Charles, bds. 158 Cumberland av. 

^ — Sulphite Fibre Co., H. J. Brown, pres., office 404 Commercial 

Kj Thomas, fisherman, bds. Long Island 

4) Vernon, conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 52 Gilman 

.5 William M., bds. 74 Brown, S. P. 

U* Winthrop N., special agt. 465 Cong., rm. 601, bds. 55 Sherman 



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Burgress Neva, boxmaker 68 Cross 

Burka Adam, sizer 2 Beach, bds. 51 Summer 

Burke Adolphe, carpenter M. C. R. R. 

Alfred J., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 84 Douglass 
Amelia A., widow of Patrick F„ h. 137 Forest av. 
Amos W., teamster, h. 41 Newbury 
Annie Miss, bds. 55 Clark 

Arthur R., clerk 307 Com'l, bds. 313 Summer, S. P. 
Amos, teamster r. 147 Presumpscot 
A. Mary. Miss, h. Murray lane 
Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 17 Adams 
Charles A. v shoemaker 245 Spring, h. rear 518 Danforth 
Charles C, laborer, h. rear 518 Danforth 
Didace, clerk P. T. Co., bds. 46 Douglass 
Dominick, laborer, h. 4 Larch 
Edmund, boilermaker P. T. Co., h. 8 Fowler 
Edward G., carpenter P. T. Co., h. 80 Douglass 
Ellen, widow of John, h. 242 Danforth 
Elizabeth Mrs., bds. 148 Spring 
Elizabeth J„ bds. 313 Summer, S. P. 
Francis H., laborer, h. 53 India 
Fred J., painter, bds. 413 Cumberland av. 
Harold T., clerk 396 Congress, bds. 251 Spring 
James M., special delivery West End P. O., bds. 3 Liberty 
John D., private Fort Preble, bds. do. 
clerk, bds. 313 Summer, S. P. 
driver 671 Congress, bds. 69 Free 
driver rear 697 Congress, bds. 242 Danforth 

J., bds. 17 Adams 

J., mail clerk 238 St. John, bds. 132 Neal 

J., laborer, h. 55 Clark 

M., mgr. 184 Commercial, h. 171 Congress 

O., clerk 396 Congress, h. 183 Clark 

P., hostler M. C. shops, h. 9 Liberty 

P. jr., fireman M. C. R. R., bds. 9 Liberty 
John S., h. 8 Sherbrooke 
Joseph, laborer, died February 15, 1911 
Joseph H., millwright 510 Fore, h. 19 Webb 
Julia M. Miss, tailoress 496 *£ Congress, bds. 83 Anderson 
Katherine I. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 55 Clark 
Katherine M., clerk 554 Congress, bds. 118 Winter 
Lawrence (U. S. A.), rms. 135 Oxford 
Margaret E. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. 43 Huntress 
Martin S., bookkeeper 221 Forest av., h. 52 Quebec 
Mary Miss, bds. 55 Clark 
Mary Miss, stenographer, bds. 74 Sheridan 
Mary A. Miss, h. r. 83 Washington av. 

Mary E., widow of Mathias J., clerk 543 Cong., h. 47 Adams 
Mary E. Miss, housekeeper 19 Adams, bds. do. 
Mary M. Miss, housekeeper 515 Cumberland av., bds. do. 
Matthew J., roofer 22 Monument sq., h. 14 South 
Matthew S., compositor 226 Federal, h. 83 Anderson 
Michael, paver, h. 50 Brackett 
Michael J., clerk, rms. 69 Free 
Michael P., checker 500 Commercial, h. 52 Elm 
Myles, laborer, bds. 93a India 
Nellie Miss, trimmer 2 Beach, bds. 242 Danforth 



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Nellie J wid. of Martin W., housekeeper, h. 313 Summer S P 

Nelson H., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds 10 Grav 

Patrick, h. 19 Adams 

Patrick, laborer, bds. 6 India 

Patrick U., Boilermaker M. C. shops, h. rear 43 Huntress 

Paul, teamster, h. 2 Seventh, S. P. 

Sadie A. Miss, waitress, bds. 19 Adams 

Sadie S. Miss, clerk 15 Lowell, bds. 84 Douglass 

Susan Mrs., clerk, h. 229 St. John 

Thomas E., clerk, bds. 50 Brackett 

Thomas F., blacksmith 501 Fore, h. 22 Pleasant 
jJEJ y Thomas J., steamfitter, bds. 22 Pleasant 

Ulrick, machinist M. C. R. R., bds. 43 Huntress 
/"^^v William, clerk 369 Summer, S. P., bds. 313 do. 

!£5 cn William, laborer, bds. 49 Washington av. 

^ g William H., trav. salesman, bds. 83 Anderson 

£ m William M., clerk 369 Summer, S. P., bds. 313 do. 

"^i William R., carpenter 192 Brackett, h. 693 Ocean a,v. 

ca 1 " Winfred E. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. rear 43 Huntress 

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Burnell Albro L., teacher (South America), bds. 176 Coyle 
iii Arthur H., clerk 144 Middle, h. 41 Beacon 

1 I csS Arthur W., fireman M. C. R. R. 

IL^ Charles, bds. 15 Fessenden 

I I gZZ Charles H., apiary, h. 176 Coyle 

I | S^f Clair W., clerk 291 St. John, bds. 176 Coyle 

Edward A., trav. salesman, h. 41 Beacon 
Harry C, millman 3 Center 
UJ Henry E. (Pennell & Burnell), 102 Portland, h. 15 Fessenden 

^— ' Howard S., carpenter, bds. Dorset 

G3l Nancy Mrs., bds. 82 Gilman 

Ora Miss, stitcher 43 Market 
^y Samuel P., lineman 26 Exchange, h. 177 Grant 

■v^l Burnett George William, chef, h. 46 Federal 

QC James B., teamster Chase Transfer Co., Franklin wharf, h. 

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fr^~ Jane Miss, laundress, bds. 46 Federal 

CO Robert C, steward, h. Little Diamond Island 

Burney Almon V., teamster, bds. 431 Brown, S. P. 

1 I John, milk dealer 431 Brown, S. P., h. do. 
John M., teamster, bds. 431 Brown, ,S. P. 

^ Olive Miss, hairworker 518 Congress, bds. 85 Pleasant 

Burnham Abbie J. Miss, tailoress 204 Middle, bds. 162 Hartley 
Annie Miss, h. 138 Cumberland av. 

Blanche E. Miss, variety 576 Brighton av., bds. Runnells 
Charles E., carpenter, h. 33 Lancaster 

Clarence B., draughtsman 465 Cong., rm. 710, b. 215 Oxford 
Edmund E., carpenter, h. 19 A 
Edwin L., cabinet maker, h. 215 Oxford 

Ellen, widow of Royal, clerk 576 Brighton av., bds. Runnells 
Frank, music teacher 537 Congress, rm. 27, h. 116 Clark 
Frank P., capt. S. F. E. No. 6, 401 Portland, h. 98 Gilman 
Frank W„ asst. Dept. Public Works City Hall, h. at Scarboro 
Fred A., sub letter carrier, h. 26 Lightfoot 
Fred L., painter, h. 71 Forest av. 
George, cook 475 Congress, rms. 1 Grant 
BURNHAM GEORGE, architect 120 Exchange, rm. 608, h. 83 Carroll 
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■George L. t lodging house 259 Oxford, h. do. W 2 2 

Harriet E. Miss, h. 24 Monument * 7 - 

Henry A., yardman 221 Forest av., h. 233 do. 3 *© 2 

Howard, fireman B. & M. R. R., h. 439 Summer, 3. P. g g % 

James C, journalist, rms. 2 Gray > ^ on 

John H., millman 476 Fore, h. 79 Oxford 3 K H 

John H., moved to Boston, Mass. E 

Katie M., variety store 75 Elm, bds. do. 
Lillian E. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 27 Chapel 
Lizzie J. Miss, died Jan. 21, 1912, aged 62 years 
Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 15 Shepley 
Mary P. Miss, h. 136 Pleasant 

Mary S., widow of Josiah, h. Mountain View Park, C. E. 
Mary S. Mrs., matron police station, agt. Children's Protec- 
tive Society, h. 215 Oxford 
Nathan C, trav. salesman 123 Middle, h. 207 High 
Nellie M. Miss, tel. operator 19 Exchange, bds. 110 Franklin 
Nichols S., grocer 897 Brighton av., h. 895 do. 
Perez B., h. 199 Western promenade 
Sadie C. Miss, bookbinder 13 Custom House wharf, rms. 277 

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Walter G., clerk 225 Spring, bds. 50 Gilman 
William, h. 28 Grand 
William G., clerk, bds. 50 Gilman 
William P., pres. 85 Kennebec, h. 162 Hartley 

BURNHAM & MORRILL COMPANY, George B. Morrill pres., 
packers hermetically sealed goods 13 Franklin (see advt.) 

Burno Mary, operator, bds. 24 Arcadia 

Burns Alexander, engineer 1169 Forest av., h. rear 84 Chestnut 
Alfred, apprentice 6 Franklin, h. 20 Dyer, S. P. 
Bessie H. Miss, nurse 86 Winter, bds. do. 
Cale E., teamster, h. 21 Cherry 
Charles, baker 636 Congress, h. 148 Spring 
Charles, laborer, bds. 61 Franklin 
" Charles F., shade maker 473 Congress, bds. 78 Salem 
Columbus W., motorman P. R. R., h. 20 Orange 
Daniel, mariner, h. 11 Hanover 

Eben S., letter carrier Woodfords Station, h. 418 Forest av. 
Edward, foreman, h. 71 Federal 
Edward J., teamster, h. 10 Bradford 
Edwin B., clerk G. T. R., bds. 71 Federal 
Ernstein, widow of Charles F., h. 78 Salem 
Frank E., moved to Bath 
George, laborer, h. 11 Cotton 
George F., mgr. 119 Middle, h. 19 Amherst 
George F., freight clerk R. R. wharf, bds. 71 Federal 
Hattie C, bds. rear 273 Congress 
Henry, clerk 24 Preble, h. 958 Washington av. 

Herbert, conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 24 Orange g 

Howard W., baker 545 Congress, bds. 20 Orange « 5? 

James, laborer, h. 54 Maple ^ 

James W., shipper 4 Milk, h. 7 Dermot ct. £4 

John, shipper 252 Commercial, bds. rear 273 Congress y 

John H., painter, bds. 61 Adams %% 

Joseph E., insurance agt. 390 Congress, h. rear 273 do. ^ 

Joseph M., clerk 158 Commercial, h. 66 Clark ^ 

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Jff £ Martha M., widow of James, bds. 7 Dermot ct. 

« £ Mary, widow of John, h. 84 Pleasant 

0< *• Mary A. Miss, fitter 494 Congress, bds. 7 Dermot ct. 

"g^8 Mary A., widow of Bernard, bdg. house 264 Cumb. av., h. do. 

S ©2 Mary J., widow of John M., laundress, h. 61 Adams 

gu cs ^ Mary Z. Miss., dressmaker 385 Congress, rms. do 

c E > Minnie Miss, clerk 511 Congress 

£tn o Nellie P. Miss, clerk 482 Congress, bds. 54 Maple 

gtu Roy C, conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 22 Orange 

O Rufus E., clerk 12 Monument sq., bds. 20 Orange 

Thurston S., general agt. 96 Exchange, h. at Westbrook 
# William, clerk 201 Federal, h. at Westbrook 

O William H., keeper Half Way Rock light, h. rear 75 Wilmot 

Burr Alba S., widow of Dr. Charles H., h. 130 Park 
^h^ Catherine Mrs., h. 17 Tyng 

Chauncey Rea, physician 130 Park, h. do. 
Joseph A., shipper 165 Middle, bds. 17 Tyng 
Burrage Thomas J., physician 139 Park, h. do. 
Burrill Edward, clerk 104 Oak, rms. 146 Spring 
Elsie Miss, nurse, bds. 50 Cushman 

Nathan L., ins. agt. 390 Congress, rm. 7, h. at Westbrook 
BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE CO., Robert W. Stockbridge, 
agent., 465 Congress, rm. 809 (see advt.) 
Elias J., chauffeur, h. 31 Waterville 
Ethel M. Miss, clerk 305 Congress rm. 305, bds. 31 Waterville 
*^^C Burrowes Agnes T., widow of Frances L., bds. 28 Carleton 
i ^^^ Clinton, clerk 70 Free, bds. 271 Western promenade 

Edward T., pres. The E. T. Burrowes Co. 70 Free, h. 271 
a^ Western promenade 

BURROWES E. T. CO. (THE), Edward T. Burrowes pres., War- 
ren W. Cole treas., Harry H. Russell, sec, wire window and 
door screens and billiard table mfrs., 68 to 70 Free, 1 to 21 
and 12 to 22 Spring and 33 South (see advt.) 
Florence A. Miss, clerk 500 Commercial 
Frank M., foreman 70 Free, h. 142 Sherman 
Harold J., treas. 225^ Middle, h. 25 Crescent 
Harvey, clerk 70 Free, bds. 116 Washburn av. 
H. J. Co., Harold J. Burrowes, treas. picture frames 225^. 

Middle 
John, surfman C. E. life saving station B. B., bds. do. 
BURROWES JOHN W. COMPANY, Percy H. Burrowes pres. and 
Walter E. Burrowes treas. and mgr., contractors and plan- 
ing mills, 112 Preble (see advt.) 
"g Lawrence M., painter, h. 196 Franklin 

p « Mabel C. Miss, bds. 116 Washburn av. 

o E Paul E., trav. salesman 515 Congress, h. Neal 

£ >* Percy H., asst. treas. 121-123 Center and pres. 112 Preble, bds. 

» u £ 47 Spring 

3ja*5 Philip R., bookkeeper 8 Dana, h. 258 Spring 

E"S73 Walter E., treas. and mgr. 112 Preble, h. 280 Brighton av. 

««jg, BURROWES WILLIAM, carpenter and builder 115 and 151 Ken- 
J W nebec, h. 116 Washburn av. (see advt.) 

5"o8 « Bursley Margaret, widow of Ira, h. 374 Spring 
E© Burt Arthur, baggage master M. C. R. R., rms. 15 Shepley 

-g Bella Miss, packer, h. 4 Dunphy's lane 

» Grover C, bds. 266 Front, S. P. 

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Oliver F., laborer, bds. 266 Front, S. P. 

Thomas C. jr., shipper 60 Union 90 

Burtell E. Augustus, bds. 164 Danforth • 

Burton Charles S., shipper 79 Preble, bds. 258 Portland — 

C. Ernest, engineer 430 Congress, h. 286 State ^^ 

Harris K., foundryman 440 Fore, h. 27 Kincaid, S. P. «-* 

James E., mgr. 196 Middle, h. do. t mmmm 

Burtt Harry B., bookkeeper 230 Commercial, bds. 194 High ( JO» 

Burwell Robert, blacksmith, moved to Cambridge, Mass. S3* 

Busby Alexander J., teamster 269 Commercial, h. 82 Pleasant ^"*' 

Joseph, bds. 82 Pleasant 

Patrick, bds. 1184 Brighton av. ^2 

Busch Frank, trav. salesman, bds. 244 Cumberland av. CD 

Bushey Walter O., tailor 573 V£ Congress, bds. 27 Pine * 

Bushnell Otto A., mgr. 44 Exchange, h. 32 Dartmouth 
Bussell Louise M. Mrs. h. 140 Cumberland av. 

William H., div. supt. 562 Cong., rm. 202, bds. 140 Curab. av. ^^ 
SEE BUZZELL <— »> 

Buswell Perley H., clerk, h. 80 Portland ^^ 

Bustin Benjamin B., teamster, h. 1151 Forest av. J*** 

Fred P., laborer, h. 6 Morrill J""* 

Minnie Miss, housekeeper 451 Deering av., bds. do. 
Thomas' H., teamster 27 Aliens av., h. 805 Stevens av. t 

Butkievitz Helen K., bds. 48 Salem 

Peter, hatmaker 2 Beach, h. 48 Salem ^ m ^ 

Butler Almus D., foreman 13 Custom House whf., h. 113 Franklin 22 

Arabella E. Miss, h. 56 Lafayette ^^} 

Archer E., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 29 Cushman 3"sl 

Arthur B„ inspector 45 Forest av., h. 64 Montreal P""n 

Bridget, widow of William, bds. 43 Danforth I 1 J 

Carrie J., widow of Albert B., h. 12 Gilman 

Charles J., shoecutter, died April 29, 1911 • 

Charles M., treas. Bates, Butler, Littlefield Co. 231 Middle, h. 

89 Morning ^ff 

Chester H., engraver 388 Fore, h. 60 Kellogg *mZ 

Cora L. Miss, bds. 32 Orkney Ci? 

Daniel P., clerk, bds. 35 Larch CD 

Edward H., clerk. €69 Forest av., h. 244 Woodford <_« 

Eugene B., trav. salesman 229 Commercial, h. 42 Stevens av. ^^ 
Frank, rms. 17 Temple 
Frank H., whol. millinery 257 &, 261 and 261^ Middle, 497 

Fore and 921 Congress, h. 448 Forest av. 
Fred L., salesman 133 Middle, h. Peaks Island 
Genevieve Miss, nurse 68 High, bds. do. 
Harry, h. 1 Thomas 
Henry C, student, bds. 35 Larch 
Ida Miss, clerk, bds. 9 Cotton 

Israel P., real estate 48% Exchange rm. 2, h. 32 Orkney 
James, steward 88 Park, h. 1 Joy pi. 
James E„ clerk, h. 35 Larch 
James P., mgr. 465 Congress rm. 301, h. 103 Pitt 
James P». Co., James P. Butler mgr., real estate 465 Congress 

rm. 301 
Joe, engineer M. C. R. R„ bds. 276 Danforth 
John P., electrician 58 Fore, h. 465 Washington av. 
Mahlon B., corp. Fort Preble, S. P., h. 75 Pickett, do. 
Mark, slater, bds. 51 Hammond c *' $ 

Marian D. Miss, clerk, bds. 119 Franklin <*- 





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BUTLER 

^"T Marion E., Miss, milliner 201 Middle, bds. 448 Forest av. 

JJHUT Mary Mrs., bds. 1 Joy pi. 

i^—* Mary A. Mrs. bds. 75 Pickett, S. P. 

J \l_li Minet Miss, nurse, bds. 7 Walker 

__ Orion M., clerk 237 Middle, bds. 40 Alder 

QQj Peter, cabinet maker 71 Kennebec 

fc^^j Robert V., trimmer 121 Center, h. 97 Oxford 

™~ Thomas, slater 114 Federal, bds. 187 Cumberland av. 

« "' * Waldron T., farmer, h. 1062 Ocean av. 

£"^ William, rigger, h. 9 Cotton 

■mr-a Butman George A., barber 8 Forest av., h. 53 Spruce 

D^B Butterfleld Alfred, clerk 5 Forest av., rms. 418 Cumberland av. 

Frederick Z„ steamfitter 103 iPayson, h. do. 

^^ Percy L., electrician 799 Forest av. 

^ m Butterick Joseph, sizer 2 Beach, bds. 535 Commercial 

Z Butters Albion L., painter, h. 49 Boyd 
Alvin W., machinist 287 Fore, h. 64 Oxford 

^f Frank E., clerk 653 Congress, bds. 64 Oxford 

^^ Butterworth Horace T., boatman 28 Portland pier, h. 125 Newbury 

CL Buxton Arthur F., shipper 499% Congress, bds. 55 Chestnut 

S David A., trav. salesman, h. 13 Brewer 
Elibazeth, widow of Walter S., h. 18 Brentwood 

OuJ Francis W., h. 55 Chestnut 

w George H., pres. H. S. Melcher Co. 159 Com'l, h. 558 Cumb. av. 

OJf Gertrude L., music teacher 18 Brentwood, bds. do. 

o» Mary L., widow of Frank W., h. 55 Chestnut 

ill Marion A., bds. 18 Brentwood 

^i O William H., trav. salesman (New York), bds. Falmouth Hotel 
Buzzell Emmeline B. Mrs., h. 26 Anderson 

I Eugene H., bds. 73 Boyd 

^ O Walter E., conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 1208 Congress 

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^ ^ Bynon George A., supt. of vaults 396 Congress, h. 93 Pitt 

III « -Mabel Miss, student (Colgate College), bds. 93 Pitt 

■*■ Byrd Sarah Mrs., bookkeeper 83 India, bds. 251 High 

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Emma, widow of Alexander, h. 28 St. Lawrence 
Eva M., stenographer G. T. R., bds. 28 St. Lawrence 
George N., boxmaker foot of Morrill, h. 224 Ocean av. 
Guy Ellsworth, machinist G. T. R., h. 731 Washington av. 
Joseph, boxmaker foot of Morrill, h. 9 do. 
Cacciagrano Nezareno, mason, h. 40 Federal 
Cades Hazel P., student, bds. 459 Deering av. 

2MS James H., died December 21, 1911 

£■"% Cadey Edward J., cigars, bds. 60 Tyng 

^ m ^ m ^ Cadwallader J. Morris, trav. salesman 8 Moulton, h. Peaks Island 

C» Cady Agnes Miss, clerk, bds. 1327 Washington av. 

CO Annie, widow of John, bds. 19 Richland, S. P. 

Bryan D., stenographer 269 Commercial, bds. 9 Oak 

^xj^ Celia M. Miss, laundress 26 Temple, bds. r. 142 Cumb. av. 

2™ Celia T. Mrs., h. 11 South 

tS8m Edward J., hatter 2 Beach, h. 60 Tyng 

^g^J Florence H. Miss, wrapper, bds. 79 Federal 

George P., carpenter 74 Hanover, h. 79 Federal 

~^C IT Hannah E. Miss, housekeeper 71 State, bds. do. 



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John E., driver Hose No. 4. P. F. D. 157 Spring, bds. 109 Q) — 
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John W., train announcer Union Station, bds. 60 Tyng 

Margaret Miss, h. 36 Cotton 

Margaret B. Miss, bds. 60 Tyng 

Margaret M. Miss, seamstrs 522 Cong., b. 19 Richland av., S. P. 

Mary Miss, maid, bds. 106 State 

Mary A., widow of John E., h. 109 Clark 

Matthew, laborer, h. 26 Cotton 

Matthew J., driver 572 Congress, bds. 109 Clark 

Michael J., janitor St. Dominic's Church, bds. 60 Tyng 

Nellie M. Miss, hairdresser 518 Congress, bds. 109 Clark 

Patrick E., laborer, h. 60 Tyng 

Raymond J., monotype machinist 5 Temple, bds. 60 Tyng 

Sabina F., widow of James E., h. 9 Oak 

Stephen H., police sergeant, h. 1327 Washington av. 

Thomas, , messenger, bds. 1327 Washington av. 
Cafarri Andrew, laborer, h. rear 17 Middle 
Cafasso Fred, laborer 3 Center 
Cahill Bernard C, cutter 119 Middle, bds. 221 Cumberland av. 

Edward, head waiter 638 Congress, bds. 224 Danforth 

Michael H., shipper, moved to New York, N. Y. 

Thomas E., bookkeeper 237 Commercial, h. 73 Alba 
Cahoon William, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. 812 Congress 

William James, lineman 20 Plum, h. 812 Congress 
Caiazzo James, barber 27 Pearl, h. 28 Hampshire 

Thomas, barber 72 Exchange, h. 25 Casco 

Tony, barber 27 Pearl, bds. 28 Hampshire 
Cail Edward W., electrician 222 Middle, bds. 46 Devonshire 

James H., shipper 522 Congress, h. 46 Devonshire 
Cailler Simeon N., machinist 58 Fore, h. 73 Congress 
Cain Albert J. (Hutchinson & Cain), cornices, etc. 22 Commercial, 
h. 16 Morgan ct. 

David H., carpenter 38 Union, h. 47 Chapel 

Ella A., widow of Edward, h. 120 Franklin 

Harry S., iron worker 33 Pearl, h. 49 Cedar 

IJewellyn B., musical director 156 Free, rm. 50, bds. 100 North 

SEE KANE 

Caine Aaron, moved to Arizona Wt^T 

CAINE OPTICAL CO., Boris Millrood prop. 510 Cong, (see advt.) ^^ 

Cairnes George B., laborer, h. rear 66 Brackett 

James T., engineer M. C. R. R. fO 

Calderwood Barbara A., widow of George H., h. 13 C, S. P. ^^ 

Cora M. Miss, milliner 537 Congress rm. 14, bds. 13 C, S. P. m — *• 

Franklin N., baker 61 Pleasant and 545 Congress, h. 42 North £ ° 

George E., clerk S. P., h. 62 E, do. J CO 

Guy, salesman 222 Middle, h. 75 Concord o OO 

Herbert, bookkeeper (Bath), bds. 75 Concord jjj . 

Irving; clerk 585 Congress, bds. 62 E, S. P. JJ? 

James L., teamster 20 Commercial, h. 209 Stanford, S. P. o =2 

Mellen G., clerk 545 Congress, bds. 52 North i"S- 

Samuel, harness maker 55 Preble, bds. 2 Oakdale 

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Harry W., clerk 7 Preble, h. 190 Brackett o 

Henry W., supt. 89 Market, h. 20 Runnells z 

Herbert M., chauffeur 43 South, h. 17 Roberts 
Ralph M., chauffeur 43 South, h. 88 Pleasant 
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Caler Charles C, clerk 494 Congress, h. 26 Grant 

SEE KALER, ALSO KALOR 
Calflonis Charles, bootblack 438 Congress, bds. 29 Canton 
Calhoun David A. (Willey & Calhoun), 45 Market, h. Mountain View 

Park, C. E. 
Calista Aspero, laborer, h. 17 Carey lane 
Calkins Grace A. Miss, clerk 511 Congress, bds. 159 do. 
Raymond Rev., removed to Cambridge, Mass. 
Call Caroline J. Miss, bds. 25 Dow 
Callaghan Emma Miss, bds. 108 Monument 

Joseph A., clerk 28 Commercial whf., bds. 108 Monument 
Mary, widow of William, h. 108 Monument 
Mary J. Miss, bds. 108 Monument 
Patrick, janitor, bds. 108 Monument 
William F., blacksmith M. C. R. R., bds. 108 Monument 
Callahan Alice H. Miss, bds. Ill Monument 

Daniel F., clerk 166 Commercial, h. Ill Monument 
Dennis D., inspector Portland Rendering Co., h. 57 Veranda 
Emma, candy maker 4 Milk, bds. 108 Monument 
Francis X., student (Brunswick), bds. 288 State 
George A., retired, bds. 85 Myrtle 
James A., asst. mgr. 434 Congress, bds. 288 State 
John, clerk 1 Central whf., h. 51 Merrill 
Josephine Miss, stitcher, bds. Ill Monument 
Mary E. Miss, stenographer 184 Middle, bds. Ill Monument 
Michael J., h. 288 State 

William T., stenographer 404 Commercial, h. 231 High 
Callan Fred, brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 28 Crescent 

John J., blacksmith 265 Commercial, h. 310 Portland 
John P., engineer, h. 28 Crescent 
Joseph A., tailor 235 Middle, bds. 760 Congress 
Joseph F., blacksmith M. C. R. R., h. rear 100 Deering av. 
Thomas L., provisions 231 York, bds. 44 Winter 
^^ SEE McCALLUM 

^1 Callender Catherine Miss, nurse, bds. 118 Dartmouth 
^^ Calley Russell D., clerk 260 Commercial, rms. 32 Crescent 

, Calli Louis, laborer 143 Fore, h. 26 Carey lane 
fj m Callinan Edward J., brakeman B. & M. R. R., bds. 24 High 
4 *■■* John E., letter carrier 309 St. John, h. 16 Bradford 

Callo Gaetano, laborer, h. rear 415 Brighton av. 
Callocorea Mfg. Co. (The), Thomas M. Johnston treas. 2 Free 
co Oalor Helen Miss, clerk 554 Congress, bds. 63 Ashmont 
§ Calvary Cemetery, Rev. Timothy H. Houlihan supt., Main, Cash Cor. 
p Calverley Tom H., machinist 58 Fore, h. 83 Munjoy 
Y\ 5 Calvert Dorothy E. Miss, bds. 98 Park 

Grace W. Miss, moved to Washington, D. C. 
Thomas Errington, editor Argus 99 Exchange, h. 98 Park 
W /J Q William H., U. S. A., h. 117 Oxford 

2Jk^ j Cameron Alexander, vice-pres. 511 Congress, h. 107 Beacon 
9-!^ < Annie Miss, laundress 481 Fore, bds. 181 Lincoln, S. P. 

hO n Annie E. Mrs. housekeeper 293 Congress, bds. do. 

^3J Catherine, widow of Thomas L., h. 181 Lincoln, S. P. 

a.;/} Daniel, carpenter, h. 121 Oxford 

§ Duncan A., carpenter 3 Center, h. 77 Grand, S. P. 

< John, machinist G. T. R„ h. 216 Presumpscot 

*S John W., asst. light keeper Portland Head Light, C. E. h. do. 

Martha S., widow of John, rms. 18 Casco 
Maud E. Miss, clerk 128 Exchange, rms. 18 Casco ' 

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Percival A., contractor 41 Mayo, h. do. 

Thomas N., engineer P. I. & S. Co., S. P., h. 167 Lincoln, do. 

William, carpenter, h. rear 59 Washington av. 

William J., heater, bds. 181 Lincoln, S. P. 
Camfield Arthur B., h. 95 Elm 
Cammett Frank, trav. salesman (Boston), 52 Exoh., rms. 296 Cong. 

Stephen, bds. 296 Congress 

William, physician 296 Congress, h. do. 
Camp Walter T., pres. and treas. 54 York, h. 17 West 
Campbell Albert J., clerk P. T. Co., bds. 807 Congress 

Alice Miss, bds. 15 Forest 

Annis S., farmer, h. rear 101 Riverside 

Caroline Miss, linotyper 193 Federal, bds. 15 Forest 

Carrie R. Mrs. bds. Columbia Hotel 

Charles, solicitor 121 Center, bds. 421 Cumberland av. 

Charles E., salesman 474 Congress, bds. 141 High, S. P. 

Charles 3., janitor 45 Casco, h. 15 Mayo 

Cyrus, carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 1080 Congress 

Edwin, laborer, bds. rear 101 Riverside 

Effie C. Miss, bds. 13 Tremont 

Eleanor, nurse, bds. 168 Danforth 

Eva M. Miss, teacher North School, bds. 15 Mayo 

Evelyn, widow of Henry M., bds. 38 Roberts 

Frank D. Mrs., rms. 11 Shepley 

Frank J., bookkeeper 35 Free, bds. 74 Chestnut 

Frank V., conductor M. C. R. R., h. 30 Grand 

Fred L„ carpenter 191 Grant, h. 19 Saunders 

George G., mail clerk R. M. S., bds. 15 Mayo 

Gordon M., electrician 121 Center, bds. 240 State 

Harold, (U. S. A.), bds. 281 Pine, S. P. 

Harriet E., widow of Alexander, bds. 84 Broadway, S. P. 

Helen Mrs., bds. 72 Brown 

Herbert, engineer M. C. R. R., h. 1 Cherry 

James, clerk 151 Commercial, bds. 150 Free 

James E., brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 38 Roberts 

Jerome E., printer 99 Exchange, bds. 74 Chestnut 

John E., carpenter P. R. R., h. 141 High, S. P. 

John J., car cleaner Union Station, h. 15 Forest 

John M., engineer 4 Milk, h. 35 Huntress 

Katherine T. Miss, bookkeeper 494 Cong., bds. 198 Danforth 

Lena, widow of Daniel A., bds. 203 Franklin 

Malcolm A., carpenter M. C. R. R., h. 576 Washington av. 

Marcellus S., h. 74 Upland av. 

Martha Mrs., housekeeper 150 Free, rms. do. 

Mary Miss, bds. 168 Danforth 

Mary B., laundress 26 Temple, bds. 620 Main, Westbrook 

Patrick, carpenter, h. 74 Chestnut 

Robert, gardener, rms. 165 Forest av. 

Robert E., hotel Mt. Desert, h. 65 Gray 

Roderick W.{ janitor 11 Exchange, h. do. 

Silas H., clerk 238 St. John, rms. 655 Congress 

Thomas A., h. 168 Danforth 

Wallace J., pressman 56-7 % Congress rm. 7, bds. 15 Forest 

Walter E., blacksmith, 325 Cumberland av., h. 1476 Wash. av. 

William C, helper 155 Auburn, bds. do. 
Canadian Express Co., William W. Kemp, agt. 101 Exchange 

Fur Co., The (Bernard M. Silverman and Joseph Cooper), 
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a> Thomas, agent 55 Oak, bds. do. 

•o ^ CANAL NATIONAL BANK, Edward D. Noyes cashier, 188 Mid- 
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•J2 Canales Charles B., bds. 86 Monument 
"S *e Emma C, widow of George L., h. 869 Congress. 

"§ "o Fred, driver 35 Forest av. 

a >» Henry A., lather, bds. 86 Monument 

- Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 86 Monument 

*§ "S Samuel R., storekeeper 58 Fore, h. 82 Monument 

£■ g" Sarah E., widow of Francis P., h. 86 Monument 

J5 t3 Canary Edward, mgr. 275 Middle, bds. 66 Kellogg 
Canavan John, painter 70 Free, h. 327a Congress 
/ ^mm ^ Joseph, clerk 489 Congress, bds. 14% India 

«j Reta Miss, bds. 35 Thomas 

William J., car inspector G. T. R., h. 10 Galvin 
Val M., cigars 14 India, h. 14% do. 
Canders William E., telegrapher M. C. R. R., h. 905 Forest av. 
o H Cando Francesco, h. rear 276 Fore 

Candy John B., h. Birch Knolls, C. E. 
Canfield Annie Miss, maid, bds. 100 Winter 
Cann W. Thomas, carpenter Ryans ct., h. Kent 
Cannell George C, h. 199 Spring 

Harry, collector, rms. 18 Casco 

James W., lineman 45 Forest av., rms. 345 Congress 
Roy B., moulder 476 Fore, h. at Westbrook 
S. A., woodworker foot of Morrill, h. at Westbrook 
^■^ Canney Laura Mrs. toilet parlors 573% Congress, bds. do. 
^R\ Mary E., widow of George B„ h. 124 Noyes 

Canning Annie Miss, bds. 43 Danforth 
Andrew G., lineman P. R. R. 
Mabel Miss, stenographer, bds. 43 Danforth 
Minnie Miss, clerk, bds. 43 Danforth 
William G., grocer 43 Danforth, h. do. 
Cannon Emma, widow of John H„ bds. 7 School 

John J., brakeman B. & M. R. R., h. 7 School 
Cannonier Sarah E., widow of Edward S., h. 223% Cumberland av. 
Canon William F., bookkeeper 476 Fore, h. Charles rd., C. E. 
Canty Mazie, bds. 8 Ponce 
Cape Cottage Casino, Cottage rd., C. E. 

Elizabeth High School, Town Hall, Ocean rd, C. E. 
Elizabeth Life Saving Station, B. B. 
Elizabeth Town Farm, Hannaford rd., C. E. 
Elizabeth Town Hall, Ocean rd., C. E. 
Theatre, Cottage rd., C. E. 
Capello Gregory, tailor 228% Middle, bds. 91 Franklin 
Capen Charles H., wood turner 200 Pearl, h. 55 Elm 
Edith Miss, bds. 69 St. Lawrence 
Etta J. Miss, bookkeeper 20 West, bds. 55 Elm 
Hattie E. Miss, bds. 34 William 

M. Althea Miss, stenographer 128 Exchange, bds. 55 Elm 
Susan P., widow of David B., h. 267 Cumberland av. 
William E., candy maker 4 Milk, h. 69 St. Lawrence 
Capitol Lunch Co., J. Lloyd Hackenberg mgr., 230 Middle 
Caplan Elias, physician 318 Congress, h. 83 Morning 

Herman, trav. salesman (Providence, R. I.), h. 263 Congress 
Israel, lawyer 187 Middle, rm. 3, bds. 83 Morning 
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CARBEE 

Carbee Arthur J., barber 930 Congress, h. 929a do. 

Carbury Phillip, mill hand, bds. 933b Congress 

Card Delia Miss, bds. 118 Dartmouth 

Ella I., widow of John H., 81 Lincoln 
George F., laborer, h. 52 Bell 

Harold M., clerk, bds. 893 Washington av. r^ 

Helen V. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 110 Park "g^a* 

Howard H., cable splicer 45 Forest av., bds. do. #^ 

John H., teacher (New York), bds. 81 Lincoln #JJ5 

Margaret J. Miss, h. 118 Dartmouth g^ 

Mary S., widow of George L., bds. 296 Woodford T 

Melvin H., machinist M. C. R. R., h. 893 Washington av. , 

Ralph C, machine hand 79 Preble, bds. 81 Lincoln $■■# 

Walter L., tailor 46 Free, h. 26 Falmouth 23B 

Cardinal Albert, foreman 20 Plum, bds. 253a Danforth tm\m 

Cardone Angelo, painter 70 Free ™^^ 

Carey Catherine T. Miss, clerk 494 Cong., bds. 47 Washington av. 

Charles, teamster 250 Commercial ^ — 

Daniel, laborer, h. 94 Vesper 

Dell, laborer, bds. 92 Cumberland av. JM 

Dennis A., cigarmaker, h. 109 Sheridan ^ 

Dennis P., trav. salesman 28 Pearl, h. at Rockland JJ" 

Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah, h. 467 Danforth g 3 

Henry L., h. 296 Portland _, Q, 

James A. Rev., moved to Hallowell O -^ 

Leland, clerk, bds. 38 Beach, 3. P. oV^ 

Leon H., clerk, bds. 38 Beach, S. P. * 

Mary Miss, nurse, rms. 149 Cumberland av. n ^g 

Mary A. Miss, h. 2b Monroe pi. 2 ^C 

Mary E., Miss, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 21 Cottage, S. P. nQ 

Michael, h. 49 Washington av. n ""R 

Michael, h. 55 Washington av. (0 ^" 

Nellie J. Miss, seamstress 494 Congress, bds. 2h Monroe pi. -j 

Sarah L., widow of Turner O., bds. 296 Portland „ Q. 

Thomas, teamster Cumberland av., h. 80 do. m ^ 

Thomas A., trav. salesman, h. 254 Spring 

Thomas A., stone driller, bds. r. 49 Washington av. 

Thomas F., druggist 255 Congress h. 64 Grant CD 

William, painter, h. 78 Elm 

William E., asst. shipper 511 Kennebec 

William J., shipper, h. 167 Lincoln, S. P. 

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Carians Annie Miss, bds 151 Danforth -o 3 

James T., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 203 Vaughan J JZ 

Joseph E., collector 10 Brown, bds. 151 Danforth z 3 

Thomas E., engineer, h. 151 Danforth n 

William J., brakeman, bds. 161 Danforth o """ 

SEE KEARNS z Q 

Carignan Archie, engineer M. C. R. R., h. 5 Cherry * 3 

Carle Charles S., mgr. 579 Congress, rms. 219 Cumberland av. g 

Harry P., engineer M. C. R. R., bds. 165 Pearl 5 

James, lumber surveyor, h. 96 Gray z 

Marion Miss, housekeeper, bds. 448 Riverside © 

Stephen W., traffic manager 70 Free, h. 165 Pearl £ 

Carles Anatole C, Bonnybank rd., S. P. -^ 

Chester, clerk, bds. 66 Evans, S. P. (/) 

Reginald, hairdresser 518 Congress and costumer 518^ do., h. 
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Ǥ Carleton Ann J. Mrs., h. 30 Everett 
"* Caroline E. widow of Samuel L., h. 118 Congress 

2-S Charles C, laborer, h. 30 Everett 

JsE £ Charles C. jr., millman 200 Pearl, bds. 30 Everett 

2 OSS Edward E., manager, bds. 65 Brown 

Furniture Co., L. Carleton pres. and treas., furniture, 21 Mon- 
ument sq 

° "gP Harold R., glazier 404 Commercial, h. 48 Turner 

"c Harry D., machinist, bds. 142 Lancaster 

.£ Llewellyn, pres. and treas. 21 Monument sq., h. 236 High 

Mabel L., clerk 535 Congress, bds. 15a Bramhall 
Oliver J., clerk 34 Oxford, h. Elmwood av. 
• Sarah T., widow of Charles P., bds. 1 Mountfort 

OSEE CARLTON 
Carlin Neil, bds. 94 Broadway, S. P. 
OCarliss Richard, (U. S. A.), h. 724 Sawyer, S. P. 
Carll Alvah J., stable rear 158 Forest av., h. 42 Deering av. 
Eugene M., h. 165 York 
• . Carlo Rocco, laborer, h. 174 Stevens av. 
0^ Antonio, labor, h. 183 Lancaster 

W Carlow Benjamin W., h. Sea View av., C. E. 
. Ina E., bds. Sea View av., C. E. 

Vj Morris W., bds. Sea View av., C. E. 

p^l Carlson Alfred J., carpenter, h. 43 Kellogg 

^ >y Florence Miss, clerk 379 Congress, bds. 18 Cumberland av. 

l^J Fritz, foreman G. T. shops, h. 34 Fox 

' l Gustaf, mariner, h. 18 Cumberland av. 

l^Y John jr., chauffeur, h. 23 Mountfort 

^^ John, dockman G. T. R., h. rear 22 Kellogg 

P*^ Michael J., checker M. S. S. Co., h. 182 Congress 

Nicholas, laborer, h. 34 Fox 
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Carlton Dora Miss, proofreader, bds. 153 Hartley 

Edward F., treas. The Mercantile Loan Co. 511% Congress, 

h. 570 Forest av. 
Laura Miss, h. 153 Hartley 
SEE CARLETON 
Carmack Charles, corporal 8th Co. Ft. McKinley, h. 30 Greenleaf 
Carman Blanche Miss", rms. 570% Congress, rm. 7 

Edna I. Mrs. Mrs., bookkeeper 78 Union, h. 20 Revere 
j. • William W., steam heating 78 Union, h. 20 Revere 

LT" Carmichael Clara D. Mrs., bds. 5 Deering 

^4 Eva M. Miss, bds. 3 E, S. P. 

Harry O., clerk 28 Monument sq., h. 3 E, S. P. 
Herbert W., plumber 153 Federal, h. 659 Stevens av. 
!§ Carmine Defalgo, moved to Rumford 

| -a m Frank E., physician 5 Deering, h. do. 

•^52 Carnes George V., surveyor M. C. shops 
2*^ Carney Artena Miss, bookkeeper 233 Middle, h. 32 Congress 
wj"2 «s Fessenden V. (Shaw, Hammond & Carney), 269 Commercial, 

as* h. 26 Deering 

h- S"|- Harold E., student (Bowdoin), bds. 83 Fessenden 

S^ftj; Lillian Miss, clerk 563 Congress, bds. 179 do. 

©~ fe Lucia M. Miss, bookkeeper 233 Middle, bds. 83 Fessenden 

~ J £>g Mary E. Mrs., cook, 12 Arsenal, bds. do. 

Mary N., wrapper, bds. 5 Sumner ct. 

Michael E., soap mfr. 10 Fox, h. do. ■ - . 

Pender J., soap maker, bds. 10 Fox 

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Roswell, clerk 155 Middle, bds. 50 Spring 

Warren 0., janitor 415 Congress, h. 83 Fessenden 

Willard C. G., board of health inspector, died Jan. 26, 1912 

SEE MoCARNEY, ALSO KEARNEY 
Carpenter Abbie F. Miss, h. €56 Congress 

Ernest J., finisher 374 Congress, h. at Westbrook 

Fred E., bookkeeper foot Morrill, h. 40 Durham 

Lester W., student, h. 103 Congress 

Maude L. Miss, bds. 107 Oak 

Roy B., barber 27 Temple, h. 104 North 
Carper Joseph B., moved to England 
Carr Albert H., brakeman G. T. R., h. 34 Upland av. 

Albert O., fireman B. & M. R. R., h. 86 Chapel 

Bernard F., finisher 444 Fore, bds. 30 Free 

Brothers Co., John T. L. Carr, pres. fruit and produce 213-215 
Commercial 

Charles F., asst. engineer dept. public works City Hall, bds. 
31 Oxford 

Charles F., tailor 52^ Temple, h. 120 Franklin 

Charles W., bds. 83 Anderson 

Daniel J., supt., h. 31 Oxford 

Delilah, widow of James, bds. 18 Stone 

Edward E., teamster, h. 12 Freeman lane 

Everett H., clerk, bds. 85 Beckett 

Francis P., bds. 31 Oxford 

Frank J., oiler G. T. R., h. 85 Cumberland av. 

Frank J. H., treas. and mgr. 213-215 Commercial, h. 10 Gray 

Frank P., capt. P. F. D. 134 Congress, bds. 120 Franklin 

George C, teamster 803 Forest av., bds. 819 do. 

George P., mgr. 118 Center, h. 61 Elm 

Harry B., molder 476 Fore, h. 102 Morning 

Herbert H., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 437 Summer, S. P. 

James A., driver 62 Cross, h. 204 Congress 

James E., painter G. T. R., h. 85 Beckett 

John, mate C. B. & H. Line, h. 78 Newbury 

John A., foreman 45 Exchange, h. 11 Gray 

John F., carpenter, h. 27 Wilmot 

John T. L., pres. 213 Commercial, h. 732 Forest av. 

John W., hostler, h. 9 Mechanic 

Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 65 Brown 

Martha, widow of Francis, h. 81 Lafayette 

Nahum H., teamster, h. 1 Monroe pi. 

Patrick J., laborer, bds. 85 Cumberland av. 

Samuel B., laborer, h. 18 Stone 

Seth R. H., salesman 187 Middle, bds. 17 Glenwood av. 

Susie S. Mrs., h. 57 Hanover 

William B., teamster, bds. 9 Mechanic 
William L., h. 30 Hanover 

William M., city teamster, h. 28 Winthrop 

William P. (W. P. Carr & Co.), 187 Middle, rms. 6, 7, h. 17 
Glenwood av. 

W. P. & Co. (William P. Carr), real estate and loans, 187 

Middle, rms. 6-7 
SEE KERR 
Carrigan Daniel H„ teamster 585 Congress, h. 52 State 
Edw., watchman P. T. Co., h. 19 Cherry 
Frederick A., tailor 505 Congress, bds. 52 State 
Ida Miss, tailoress 570M> Congress, rm. 4, bds. 20 Deer 



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John D., tailor 570^ Congress, rm. 4, bds. 20 Deer 
■■» Loretta A. Miss, clerk 522 Congress, bds. 52 State 

QQ - Mary, widow of Daniel, died Jan. 6, 1912 

^^ Philip S., teamster 138 Neal, h. 231 Cumberland av. 

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§ %— J Carroll Annie E., widow of Jeremiah E. jr., bds. 535 Commercial 
f CD Annie E. Miss, dressmaker 55 Smith, bds. do. 

Elinor Miss, seamstress 535 Congress, bds. 55 Smith 
Florence Miss, student, bds. 49 Falmouth 
Prank G., pressman moved to Maiden, Mass. 
James <F., teamster, bds. 43 Clark 
John H., freight checker 42 W. Commercial, h. 43 Clark 



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™" Mary A. Mrs., clerk 535 Congress, bds. 10 Sherman 



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Mary E., housekeeper, h. 55 Smith 

Michael F., laborer, bds. 43 Clark 

Ralph A., machinist M. C. R. R., h. 94 Irving 

William H„ teamster 323 Commercial, bds. 30 Pleasant 

William P. F., grocer 30 Salem, h. do. 
Carruthers Elizabeth M. Miss, bds. 245 High 

Ruth A. Miss, bds. 23 Cumberland av. 
I_ Samuel O., h. 23 Cumberland av. 

» Sarah B. Miss, h. 809 Congress 

Sarah C. Mrs., bds. 23 Cumberland av. 

William p., ins. agt. 13 Exchange, h. 245 High 



1 1 1 < Carson George W., teamster, bds. 9 Horrie, S. P. 

Ill i Georgie P. Miss, bds. 321 Brackett 

^ O Hazen, farmer, h. 9 Horrie, S. P. 

J^ 2 Herlding W., steamfitter 53 Union, h. 3 High st. ct. 

^ ^ James W., motorman P. R. R., h. 40 Chestnut 

HI w Carter Alba G. Miss, bds. 327a Congress 

■*" Albert M., barber 188 Federal, h. 91 Fessenden 

%/} Alice G., steamstress 535 Congress, bds. 272 Cumberland av. 

Allen, clerk 22 Monument sq., h. 22 Conant 
HI Alvarado B., meat cutter 34 Munjoy, h. 22 Turner 

*■ Ansley L., rms. 94 High 

Bessie Miss, laundress 12 Arsenal, rms. do. 

H CARTER BROS. CO., John W. D. Carter pres. and treas., watch- 

makers and jewelers 521 Congress 

c/ ^ CARTER BROTHERS COMPANY, 

J^tS DIAMONDS, 

r— i FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, ETC., 

621 CONGRESS. COR. CASCO STREET. 

Carter Carroll E., clerk post office, h. 357 Main, S. P. 

Charles E., piano and furniture mover 204 Federal, h. 249 

Ocean av. 
Charles H., milk dealer 195 Summit, h. do. 
Clara Miss, clerk, bds. 526 Main, S. P. 

Clara G., seamstress 535 Congress, bds. 272 Cumberland av. 
Edward A., cashier 307 Commercial, bds. 365 Danforth 
Ella Miss, laundress 12 Arsenal, rms. do. 
Elva E. Miss, forewoman 42 Union, h. 327a Congress 
Emerald E., nurse, rms. 20 Norwood 



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CARTER -a 51 

Ernest A., clerk 513 Congress, bds. 22 Turner rr\ ii 

Ethel M. Miss, stenog. P. T. Co. shops, S. P., b. 129 Elm, do. j£* jT 

Frank A., night watchman Custom House wharf, h. 110 India 00 — ■ 

Frank W., engineer B. & M. R. R., h. 129 Elm, ,S. P. O 3" 

George A., carpenter, h. 526 Main, S. P. q 

George W., foreman 151 Commercial, h. 34 Grand CL 

Gordon L., clerk 238 St. John, h. at Kennebunk 

Hannah Mrs., operator 148 Middle, bds. 126 North 

Harold L., milk 195 Summit, bds. do. 

Henrietta W., widow of George W., bds. 195 Summit 

Herbert D., stage hand 20 Preble, h. 81 Ocean av. 

Irene M. Miss, clerk, bds. 9 Mechanic 

John H., freight conductor B. & M. R. R., h. 50 Dartmouth 

John H., pres. 40-42 Union, h. 48 Angell av., S. P. 

John I., carpenter, h. 36 Alder 

John I. jr., stage hand 11 Preble, bds. 36 Alder 

John W., h. 139 Spring 

John W. D., pres. and treas. Carter Bros. Co. 521 Congress 
h. 384 Spring 

Joseph J., laborer, h. 71 Waterville 

Josephine, widow of Frank, h. Ocean House rd., B. B. 

J. Willis, clerk 238 St. John, bds. 120 Emery 

Lawrence, boat builder 257 Front, S. P., h. 29 Marriner, do 

Lena F. Miss, folder 105 Middle, bds. 57 Richardson 

Lillian M. Miss, clerk 554 Congress, h. 57 Richardson 

Margaret Miss, laundress 366 Congress, bds. 26 Adams 

Mary E. B., widow of Freedom C, bds. 30 Ashmont 

Minnie A., widow of William H., h. 120 Emery 

Nicholas, corp. Fort Williams, bds. 145 Myrtle av., S. P. 

Oliver H., carpenter, h. 3 Farrington pi. 

Percy W., student, bds. 45 Carter, S. P. 

Robert J., m6ved to Augusta 

Urban E., bookkeeper 392 Congress, bds. 5 Tolman pi. 

Ward D., car inspector B. & M. R. R., h. 45 Carter, S. P. M|||mi 

Warren J., clerk 443 Portland, bds. 3 Farrington pi. W J 

Wendell P., mason, h. 511 Cottage, S. P. ^^ 

Wilbur L., clerk 443 Portland, h. 13 Lassell m Fi 

William E. (Wm. E. Carter & Co,), 22 Portland pier, h. 29 *A& 
Fessenden 

William L., apprentice 58 Free, bds. 126 North 

William T., clerk, bds. 36 Alder 
CARTER WM. E. & CO. (Wm. E. Carter), junk dealers 22 to 26 

Portland pier (see advt.) 1^ 

Willis E., sec. Carter Bros. Co. 521 Congress, h. 379 Danforth qq 

Cartret Edward A., foreman 512 Fore, h. at Westbrook H 

Chester E., machinist 13 Monument sq., h. at Westbrook " cs> 

Cartland Minnie Mrs., rms. 181 State " -^ 

Carvel Calda, widow of Benjamin, h. 35 Pearl * og 

Carville A. Maude Miss, stenographer 142 Federal, bds. 192 High 2 

Cary Albert B., teamster 325 Commercial, h. 9 Latham, S. P. n — H 

Amelia A., widow of Joshua E., h. 8 Alba g £5 

Benjamin F., electrician 495 Fore, h. 25 Winslow z ~ 

Frank, waiter 74 Exchange, h. 3 Wilmot pi. * £g- 

Frank A., engineer rear 253 Forest av., h. rear 263 do. o 

Frank B., clerk 70 Free, h. 8 Alba ^ OO 

George H. ( laborer, bds. 8 Alba I = ? 

Grace G. Miss, bds. 8 Alba S 

Howard W., treas, and mgr. 325 Commercial, bds. 8 Alba — •" 



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£*> « James Henry, electrical works 51 Cross, h. 14 Bedford 

^3 © 8 Mary E., widow of James H., bds. 13 Florence 

£ ©J Walter H., cutter 535 Congress, h. 32 Grand 

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gc » Casassa Amelia, widow of Frank, h. 252 Capisic 

Qt - £ Charles, bottler 36 Plum, bds. 252 Capisic 

w&o Lawrence, apprentice foot of Morrill, bds. 252 Capisic 

2^ J Mildred M. Miss, clerk 540 Congress, bds. 252 Capisic 

•m u "g Casbin John, laborer, h. rear 103 Forest av. 

uO Mary J. Miss, housekeeper rear 103 Forest av., bds. do. 

J Casco Bay Breeze, 92 Exchange 

U Bay House, Charles E. Cushing prop., Long Island 

Bay & Harpswell Line, C. W. T. Goding mgr., Custom House 

Mm J! wharf and waiting room 92 Commercial 

W^ Collateral Loan Co. (The), Edward E. Kelley treas., 98 Exch. 

f 1 Loan and Building Association, J. F. Chute sec, 104 Exchange 

Mfg. Co., Edward H. Foye treas., shirtwaist mfrs., 5 Plum 

T7'\ CASCO NATIONAL BANK, John H. Davis, cashier, 195 Middle (see 

r3 advt.) 

^"^^ Paper Box Co., Silas B. Adams treas., 68 Cross 

<^^J Tanning Co., Charles F. Roberts treas., 170 Forest av. 

) I Theatre, Moxley Blumenberg mgr., 627 Mj Congress 

^J Case Allen B., brakeman M. C. R. R., h. r. 195 York 

*~J Caselden John T., stevedore Holyoke wharf, h. 12 Montgomery 

ffcjj Maude Miss, stitcher 43 Market, bds. 112 Newbury 

jgf\ Thomas H., stevedore, h. 112 Newbury 

^-H Casey Annie M. Miss, bds. 51 Elm 

f m,^ Coleman C, carpenter, bds. 235 Cumberland av. 

Daniel D., millhand, h. 74 Grant 

^■^ Daniel M., carpenter 191 Grant, h. 57 Mayo 

Tj^ George, boilermaker 11 Commercial, h. 73 Waterville 

W^ George W., clerk 491 Congress, bds. 155 Pearl 

^■J Georgia O. Mrs., waitress, h. 56 Chestnut 

H^ Hannah, widow of Patrick, h. 25 Washington av. 

^jiiirrl John, laborer, bds. 650 Brighton av. 

^TJJ John D., police, h. 132 Sherman 

PQ John J., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 132 Sherman 

John J., checker Union Station, bds. 46 Vesper 

O Joseph P., laborer, h. 49 Washington av. 
Julia Mrs., h. 11 Ingraham ct. 

• Marion E. Miss, teacher Woolson school, bds. 132 Sherman 

U^ Minnie Mrs., operator 148 Middle, bds. 221 Cumberland av. 
Timothy, clerk, rms. 10 Cleaves 

tn Timothy J., bds. 11 Ingraham ct. 

^ J- William H„ cook 214 Middle, h. 8 Spruce 



£ g William J., stone cutter 84 Hanover, h. 11 Ingraham ct. 

& § Cash Alfonso P., h. 310 Main, S. P. 

< h Andrew J., meat cutter 572 Congress, h. 29 Evans, S. P. 

8* Cathleen May Miss, bds. 193 Brown, S. P. 

0* £ Clifford E., grocer 753 Main, S. P., h. do. 



^ _ Edward E., wood dealer 276 Commercial, bds. 23 Cash, S. P. 

ed "5 Edward L., teamster 302 Commercial, h. 11 Summer 

*C , c Edwin, driver 300 Commercial, bds. 801 Congress 

J3 - Eva M. Miss, bds. 293 Main, 3. P. 

O Fred P., teamster, bds. 346 Main, S. P. 

4> Frederick W., teamster 48 Main, S. P., h. 346 do. 

.5 CASH FUEL CO., Charles S. Wilson mgr., Isaac L. Elder treas., 12 

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CASH 

George W., grocer 285 Main, S. P., h. 193 Brown, do. — ■ 

Harold E., clerk 285 Main, S. P., h. rear 193 Brown, do. 3 

Henry E., clerk 285 Main, S. P., h. 185 Brown, do. C*> 

Herbert E., clerk 285 Main, S. P., h. 454 Brown, do. S3" 

Ira F. C., bds. 81 Ridgeland av., S. P. CO 
John, car cleaner P. R. R., S. P., h. 81 Ridgeland av., do. 

Leroy M., bds. 379 Brown, S. P. 22 
Lottie May Miss, bds. 346 Main, S. P. 

Maria, widow of William H., h. 23 Cash, S. P. ^^ 

Mary W., widow of Leonard E., h. 22 Skillings, S. P. ^ft 

Moses M., carpenter P. R. R., h. 379 Brown, S. P. SJ 

Philip G., clerk, bds. 29 Evans, S. P. ^q- 
Priscilla, widow of Charles P., died Dec. 9, 1911 

Priscilla L., widow of Francis, h. 379 Brown, S. P. C*3 

Ray C, clerk 7 Preble, 8. P., bds. 278 Main, do. ^^T 

Rebecca B., widow of Daniel, h. 431 Brown, S. P. *■** 

Walter, salesman 322 Commercial, h. 66 Elm S^ 

Wesley, teamster 302 Commercial, h. 23 Cash, S. P. ^Z2 * 

William jr., laborer, h. 293 Main, S. P. — 

Winifred A., bds. 293 Main, S. P. *-< 
Cashman Eddie C, machinist, bds. 42 Hammond 

Edward, laborer, h. 33 Cove ' ' 

John R., clerk postoffice, bds. 42 Hammond £E^ 

Cass John, student, bds. 10 Vine =3 

Louise H. Miss, cashier 1 Central wharf, bds. 464 Cumb. av. c/d" 

Tony, mason, h. 10 Vine Z3T 

William H., brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 43 C, S. P. CD 

Cassegrain Marie J. Miss, cashier 465 Congress, rms. 1013-1014, bds. ^^ 

253 Cumberland av. 

Casseus Lillian Miss, nurse 79 Bramhall, rms. 804 Congress q ^^ 

Cassidy Adelia A. Mrs., bds. 468 Brown, S. P. "n ^ 

Ann Miss, bds. 467 Danforth 2 & 

Arthur D., repairman P. T. Co. shops, S. P., h. 468 Brown, do. „ £} 

Charles B., yard brakeman 102 W. Commercial, h. Hawthorne ' «— 

Helen M. Miss, lintotyper 97 Exchange, bds. 65 Waterville 2 ^ 

James, clerk 185 Fore, bds. do. ° tf\ 

James, h. 467 Danforth ? ZZ 

James A., painter, h. 460 Brown, S. P. H O 

John J., clerk G. T. R., bds. 65 Waterville < ""jp 

Mary A., widow of James J., died Jan. 25, 1912 m ^ 

Pearl M., clerk, bds. 37 Mechanic, S. P. £ 
Sarah Miss, bds. 467 Danforth 
William F., mgr. 28 Exchange, h. 65 Waterville 
Cassie Charles, driver, rms. 48 Avon 

Lena M. Miss, bds. 9 Pitt 

Castell Lewis, painter, died Jan. 14, 1912 O 

Margaret Miss, bds. 156 Brackett -ri 

Castello Stephen, laborer, h. 39 Waterville H •** 

Castellucci Vincent A., pastor Bethel Church 285 Fore, h. 180b New- J 30 

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Castle Hall, A. H. Marden agt. 80 Exchange o ■ ■ 

Castner Harold, electrician 222 Middle, rms. 69 Spring » (J) 

Hermon M., prop. West End Hotel 293 St. John, h. do. i 

Walter A., h. 792 Congress o ■ 

Castonguay Mamie Miss, cashier 273 Com'l, bds. 406 Cumberland av. a ^ 

Caswell Charles O., physician 622 Congress and asst. Portland High o r— 

School, h. 28 Grant % ' 

Clara I. Miss, stenographer 46 Exchange, bds. 493 Stevens av. = ■ 



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(0 2 - Clara S., widow of Albert S., bds. 660 Congress 

j^ JJ Cyrus M., h. 844 Congress 

<q vl Dana, patternmaker 33 Pearl 

O.J Ella F. t widow of Lowell, h. 139 Neal 

O Elvira J. Miss, music teacher 844 Congress, bds. do. 

O H Ethel B. Miss, bookkeeper 24 Wilmot, bds. 162 Pearl 

0Q George H., bookkeeper, moved to Fitchburg, Mass. 

y , ^/ Hattie A. Mrs., housekeeper 162 Pearl, bds. do. 

Katherine Miss, principal Monument st. kindergarten, bds. 

139 Neal 
Mina H. Miss, teacher Emerson gram, school, b. 139 Neal 
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Bamk Catauzaro Maria, shoe worker 67 Union, bds. 6 Federal 
wSSB Cate Ernest W., trav. salesman 428 Fore, h. at Dresden Mills 
g^ Caterino Francisco, fruit 77 Commercial, h. do. 

Cates Gleness F. Miss, stenographer Texas Oil Co., S. P., bds. 273 
2 Cumberland av. 

Roy, clerk 236 Middle, bds. 437 Summer, S. P. 
Cathedral, Catholic, 190 Cumberland av. 

Episcopal, St. Luke's, 137 to 141 State 
J^J» CATLIN BROS. (George W. Catlin), potato chips and bakers 101 
jmm, Oxford (see advt.) 

GnS Charles L., meat cutter, h. 120 Oxford 

George W. (Catlin Bros.), 101 Oxford, h. do. 
ft^^ Catterson Thomas H., ball player, h. 23 Salem 
^ Cavanaugh Alice Miss, asst. shipper 11 Avon, bds. 38 Turner 

mjmi Carrie B. Mrs., nurse, h. 213 Brackett 

BE C. Alton, student (U. of M.), bds. 213 Brackett 

Edward W., hostler, bds. 20 Brattle 
Joseph, laborer, bds. 20 Brattle 
f - " Joseph A., teamster, h. 57 Boyd 

£^% Martin H., clerk 34 Exchange, bds. 38 Turner 

^^■^ Martin T., egg candler 336 Commercial, bds. 105 North 

^5J Michael D., boilermaker 58 P'ore, h. 38 Turner 

B _ William D., machinist, bds. 179 Fore 

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_^ Cawfield James, moved to Boston, Mass. 
^ Thomas J., stevedore, h. 15 Tate 

» ea Cawley Anna A. Miss, clerk 228 St. John, bds. 10 Hammond 
as "^ Bessie A., nurse, bds. 10 Hammond 

ob "■ Hannah W., widow of John W., h. 10 Hammond 

== "5 Josephine A. Miss, nurse, bds. 10 Hammond 

-cs = Thomas P., trav. salesman 123 Middle, bds. 10 Hammond 

-= 03 Caywood Robert M., carpenter, h. 71 Myrtle 
Cebriano Tony, laborer, h. 279 Fore 

Cecilia Mary, sister mother superior, St. Elizabeth Orphan Asylum 
87 High 
J=- Cederstrom Rudolph, cigars 16 India, h. do. 

q Center Maud D., widow of Fred M., compositor 12 Monument sq., h. 
•a 279 Forest av. 

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co Central Fire Station, 374 to 382 Congress 
75 News Co. (Brickett & Rand), 666 Congress 

"g Wharf Cold Storage Co., John E. Willard treas., 10-24 Central 

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Wharf Towboat Co., Frederick H. York agent 135 Com'l 
Chadbourn & Kendall, woolens, tailors' trimmings, etc., 231 Middle 
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CHADBOURN 

Paul H., clerk 252 Commercial, bds. 226 Spring 
Chadsey Benjamin, brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 250 B 
Chadwell Mary B. Miss, bds. 560 Forest av. 
Chadwick John, watchman G. T. yards, h. 118 Veranda 

House, Julius S. Clapp prop., rear 431 Congress 

Jessie Miss, bds. 105 Free 
Chaffee George W., foreman 119 Middle, h. 32 Main, 3. P. 
Chaffey Alice M. Miss, Y. W. C. A. secy., rms. 120 Free 

Horatio N., h. 32 Highland 
Chaffile Warren F., freight con'd B. & M. R. R., h. 28 Ocean, S. P. 
Chaffin Fred L., carpenter, h. 39 Free 
Chaleurs Bay Mills, James E. Marrett, treas., lumber mfrs., 465 

Congress rm. 804 
Chalmers Annie B., widow of John, nurse, h. 198 Stanford, S. P. 
Chamberlain Alice M. Miss, clerk, bds. 32 Mitton 

Amelia D. Mrs., boarding house Lighthouse rd., B. B., h. do. 

Daniel A., machinist U. S. Government, h. 54 Winslow 

Edith, bds. Mrs. Amelia D. Chamberlain, Lighthouse rd., B. B. 

Frank E., student, bds. 54 Winslow 

Harold W., bds. 499 Ocean av. 

Josephine B., widow of Henry, h. 14 Free, S. P. 

Joshua L., surveyor Custom House, h. 499 Ocean av. 

Katherine Miss, bds. 291 Pine, S. P. 

Martha P., widow of Thomas H., bds. 825 Congress 

Mary L. Miss, bds. 14 Free, S. P. 

Mary W. Miss, h. 63 Wilmot 

Pauline B. Miss, student (Bates), bds. 54 Winslow 

Philip D., mgr. 15 Temple, h. 32 Mitton 

William, h. 825 Congress 
Chambers Asa B., fireman G. T. R., bds. 232 Veranda 

Edward H., shoemaker 7 Custom House whf., h. 18 Hanover 

Elmer W., police, h. 7 Cumberland av. 

Fred A., concrete 252 Veranda, h. do. 

George, died August 4, 1911 

Lillian M., widow of George, h. 62 Danforth 

William E., carpenter, h. Victoria 
Champion John T., carpenter G. T. R., h. 14 Presumpscot 
Champlin Arthur P., treas. The Twitchell-Champlin Co., 252 Com- 
mercial, h. 2 Thomas 

James P., director The Twitchell-Champlin Co., 252 Commer- 
cial, h. 101 Vaughan 

Marguerite W. C, bds. 553 Cottage rd., C. E. 
Chandler Ames F., foreman 364 Commercial, h. 25 High 

Caroline M. Mrs., h. r. 14*46 Forest av. 

Benjamin F., laborer, h. 5 Monroe pi. 

Charles H., janitor Nathan Clifford school, h. 131 Spring 

Clara E. Mrs., h. 131 Spring 

Clarabell Miss, waitress 925 Congress, bds. 237 St. John 

Edwin J., engineer M. C. R. R., h. 75 Kelsey, S. P. 

Elizabeth W. Mrs., librarian 519 Congress, rms. 9 Wescott 

Ella F., widow of William, h. 29 Free, S. P. 

Elmo M., steamfitter 60 Union, rms. 18 Casco 

Ernest, calker 257 Front, S. P., h. 29 Free, do. 

Ethel, laundress 481 Fore 

Everett C, laborer, bds. 29 Free, S. P. 

George, police, h. Mearlin av. 

George W., laborer, h. 187 Broadway, S. P. 

George W. jr., clerk, h. 187 Broadway, S. P. 



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Hazen J., h. 186 State 
Henry Rev., h. 119 Leland 
Howard B., mgr. 24 Forest av., h. 30 Bolton 
Ira G., special police, h. 51 Quebec 
Irene M. Miss, student (Bates), fods. 30 Bolton 
James E., h. 21 Kellogg 

Joseph B., crossing tender Union Station, h. 21 Gray 
Mabel Miss, waitress, bds. 1062 Congress 
Maud E. Miss, clerk 70 Free, bds. 21 Kellogg 
Merrill F., teamster 350 Commercial, h. 493 Fore 
O Reuben, bds. 5 Sumner ct. 

gt Thomas, rms. 542^ Congress 

# Willard F., painter 70 Free, bds. 29 Free, S. P. 

A—^ William E., musician 249 Middle, rms. 9 Ellsworth 

| ^"^ Chandler's Band, headquarters 27 Monument sq. 

^^) Chang Chin, laundry 37 Preble, h. do. 
Chapin J. Willard, bds. 7 Tolman pi. 

William E., teacher P. H. S., h. 197 Coyle 
Chaplan Fred D., pres. 455 Portland, bds. 5 Crescent 
Chaplin Carroll S., alderman ward 7 and (Gurney, Sturgis & Chap- 
lin) 415 Congress rm. 323, bds. 125 Western promenade 
Cynthia W. Miss, bds. 293 Portland 
Edward A., clerk 671 Congress, h. 53 Washburn av. 
Ua£« Eugene C, clerk 554 Congress, h. 41 Ellsworth 

Flavel A., supt. 302 Commercial, h. 125 Western promenade 
Huldah M., widow of Ashbel, h. 125 Western promenade 
Joseph F., city treasurer, S. P., h. 123 Westbrook, do. 
Maude W., clerk 273 Middle, bds. 53 Washburn av. 
Merle P., asst. engineer, moved to Fairfield 
William F., clerk Union Station, rms. 53 Washburn av. 
Chapman Abram H., h. 36 South 

Albert A., trav. salesman 155 Middle, h. 226 Capisic 
Albion L. (Chapman & Wyman), 552 Deering av., h. 88 Pleas- 
ant av. 
Albion P., h. 226 Capisic 
Arthur, asst. U. S. attorney Federal Court House and lawyer 

191 Middle, rms. 14-16, h. 180 Beacon 
Bertha W. Miss, asst. Public Library, bds. 220 Concord 
Burl (U. S. A.), h. 24 Pillsbury, S. P. 
Carl R., elevator man 156 Free, bds. 50 Parris 
Clark D., student 396 Congress, bds. 482 Cumberland av. 
Dora M., widow of Henry J., h. 327 Brackett 
Elizabeth S. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 39 Cushman 
Frank G., gardener 1494 Fores't av., h. rear 1446 do. 
•g George H., h. 1442 Congress 

- « George H., civil engineer, bds. 325 Brackett 

§£ Gertrude Miss, bds. 482 Cumberland av. 

£ >» Grace M. Miss, clerk 238 St. John, bds. 48 Winter 

© ° >> John E., sailmaker 44 Portland pier, rms. 130 Free 

« «S- Leonard B., h. 44 Capisic 

E§*3 Mary L. Miss, student, bds. 325 Brackett 

g «> £ Melville, janitor 177 High, bds. 116 Portland 

g^t/i M. Gertrude Miss, stenographer 238 St. John, bds. 32 Oxford 

u-g s] Napoleion, clerk 369 St." John, bds. 267b Congress 

^O CHAPMAN NATIONAL BANK, Adam P. Leighton pres., 185 Middle 

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<i> Philip F., lawyer 187 Middle rm. 2, h. 48 Western promenade 



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Samuel A., seeds, etc., 1442 Congress, h. do. Gtw 

Sarah Miss, nurse, bds. 50 Cushman 

Sarah Mrs., bds. 233 Pleasant, av. ^8* 

Thomas K., clerk 554 Congress, bds. 3 Congress park ^^^ 

Wilford G., lawyer 396 Congress, h. 482 Cumberland av. f mm 

Wilford G. jr., student, bds. 482 Cumberland av. 
William E., paper hanger, h. 48 Winter 

William H., electrical engineer 58 Fore, h. 325 Brackett ^ 

& Wyman (Albion L. Chapman), druggists 552 and 554 Deer- ■ 

ing av. _- 

Ohappel Ruby E. Miss, bds. 60 Sherman q *v 

Chappie Ralph, laborer, h. 251 Congress O 

Chark Alfred J., engineer 655 Congress, h. 19 Henry aj ^ 

Charke Ernest J., clerk 269 Middle, h. 67 Atlantic ^ < 

John, bds. 67 Atlantic J 30 

Charles Harrian, laborer, h. 166 Lancaster 2 ■■" 

Joihn H. (John H. Charles & Co.) 94 Portland and grocer 166a Jj f\ 

Lancaster, h. 166 do. "* w 

John H. & Co. (John H. Charles and Peter Gulasarian), J 

grocers 94 Portland ■ 

Charleson Oscar, master mariner, h. 18 Atlantic ■ 

Charleston Alexander, h. 110 Deering av. 
Isabella Miss, bds. 137 Park 
Jane Miss, h. 137 Park 
Robert, carpenter 105 Preble, bds. 110 Deering av. 

Charlesworth John, laborer, h. 48 Free 

Charleton Charles W., machinist G. T. R., h. 16 Beckett 
Eugenia I. Miss, teacher, bds. 32 Atlantic 
George B., packer 473 Congress, h. 10 Morning 
William W„ paper hanger 32 Atlantic, h. do. 

Charlton Adolph E., foreman machinist. 29 Portland pier, rms. do. 

Chase Ada B. Miss, milliner 11 Casco, bds. do. -. 

Albert E., trav. salesman, h. 1 Conant JJJ 

Albro E., lawyer 396 Congress, bds. Falmouth Hotel 01 O 

Alfred E., h. 421 Cumberland av. O 

Alice J. Miss, teacher So. Portland, bds. 16a Deering p| JJ 

Angelina Mrs., operator 1169 Forest av., bds. 7 Goodridge av. ^ g 
Andrew B., master mariner, h. 257 State q S 

Arnold, operator 1169 Forest av., h. 7 Goodridge av. J 3g 

Arthur A. (Portland Paper Stock Co.), 13 Union wharf, h. at > pi 
Boston, Mass. 2 #0 

Arthur R. Rev., h. 331 Congress O o 

Bros. (Daniel Chase), wharfingers 180^ Commercial f?| JJ 

Carl K., chauffeur, bds. 869 Congress j£ 

Caroline M., widow of Jefferson, h. 7 North 2 

Charles A., h. 84 North ' ™ O) 

Charles C, clerk 47 Exchange, bds. 14 Quincy H 

Charles E., clerk, bds. 26 Lafayette 
Charles H. Mrs., h. 94 State 

Charles K. D., motorman P. R. R. Co., bds. 359 Congress 
Charles L., clerk B. & M. R. R. 
Charles S., pres. Charles S. Chase Co., 5 Commercial wharf, 

h. 11 Carleton 
Charles W., mate C. B. & H. Lines, h. 49 Ballard, S. P. 
Clara G. Mrs., laundress 26 Temple, bds. 33 State 

CHASE CHAS. S. CO., Charles S. Chase pres., Walter S. Rowe 
treas., lime and cement 5 Commercial wharf (see advt.) 
Daniel (Chase Bros.), 180^ Commercial, -h. 16 Gray 



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D. Otley, granite dealer Holyoke wharf, h. 27 Oak, S. P. 

Edgar F., laborer, bds. 33 Atlantic 

Edith F.' Miss, stenographer 154 Middle, bds. 150 Franklin 

Edward A., painter 70 Free, bds. 88 Portland 

Eliza, widow of Emery C, h. Pond Cove, C. E. 

Emily E., teacher Nathan Clifford school, bds. 100 North 

Eva M. Miss, clerk 176 Middle, bds. 7 North 

Evelyn Miss, student, bds. 1 Pine 

Fannie M., widow of Edward L„ bds. 27 Munjoy 

Florence, stenographer 70 Free, bds. 33 State 

Francis E., inspector Custom House, h. 161 Neal 

Frank A., clerk 500 Commercial, h. at Westbrook 

Frank C, clerk 154 Middle, h. 17 Eastern promenade 

Frank Herbert, clerk 491 Congress, h. 150 Franklin 

Fred, boxmaker 151 Kennebec, bds. 21 Wilmot 

Fred A., clerk 9 Monument sq., h. 27 North 

Fred G., lineman, bds. 11 Casco 

Fred T., rms. 21 Wilmot 

Frederick V., lawyer 120 Exchange, rm. 202, h. 176 Vaughan 

George M., clerk 651 Congress, rms. 22 Dow 

George N., sergt. Fort McKinley, Great Diamond Island, h. 

120 High, S. P. 
George S., bookkeeper 465 Congress, rm. 902, h. 64 Roberts 



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» Hannah L. Mrs., milliner 547% Congress, rm. 9, rms. 30 Preble 

u Harold A., apprentice, bds. 27 North 

^b CJ Harold B., clerk 404 Commercial, bds. 150 Franklin 

rj\ * Harry A., accountant 238 St. John, h. Wordsworth 

UJ i Harry B., carpenter, h. 49 Ballard, S. P. 

^^ O Harry B., plumber 153 Federal, h. at Westbrook 

^ * Harry G. f clerk 203 Federal, bds. 41 Hartley 

^ ^ Hattie E. Mrs, h. 49 Ballard, S. P. 

Ill w Henry A., steamfitter 183 Brackett, bds. 2 Joy pi. 

■*■ Herbert L., letter carrier, h. 100 North 

(/} Hiram B., plasterer, bds. 56 Brown 

Hortense M. Miss, bookkeeper 78 Union, bds. 288 Congress 
HI House (new), Geza V. Seemayer prop., 434 Congress 

■*■ Howard C, shipper 157 Middle, h. 10 Bedford 

Howard E., confectionery 34 Lancaster, h. do. 

HI. Anna, widow of Newton, (h. 41 Hartley 
Jerome E, died Sept. 10, 1911 
Jessie Miss, bds. 16 Gray 

Joseph E., stenog. 95 Exch., rm. 21, rms. 542% Cong., rm. 73 
Josie F., laundress 26 Temple, bds. 182 Clark 
Julia, widow of Charles C, rms. 542% Congress rm. 73 
J. Warren, trav. salesman 79 Commercial, bds. 72 Federal 
Lafayette M., section hand, h. 1 Merrill ct. 
Leavitt & Co. (William Leavitt jr.), ship brokers and com. 

mer. 167 Commercial 
Leona, widow of Jerome E^ bds. 72 Federal 
Lucina Miss, stenographer 500 Commercial 
Lucy E. Miss, h. 59 Elm 
Lydia P. Miss, bds. 77 Hill, S. P. 
Mabel Miss, bds. 41 Pine 
Marion, nurse, rms. 20 Norwood 
Marion Miss, bds. 1 Pine 
Martha D. Mrs, teacher South Portland high school, bds. 463 

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Martha E. Mrs., widow of Rufus, h. 77 Hill, S. P. Q) » 

Mildred E. Miss, bds. 27 North ~ S 

Minnie L., teacher South Portland, rms. 16a Deering w jj' 

Nan E. Mrs., seamstress 268 M$ Middle, h. 327a Congress O T 

Napoleon B., h. Long Island - CD 

Nellie M., widow of Warren W., dressmaker 11 Shepley, h. do. CL 

Nellie M. Miss, milliner 49 Oak, bds. 21 Wilmot 
Nellie M. Miss, stenographer commissioner of public works 

office City Hall, bds. 84 High 
Nettie Mrs., clerk, bds. 64 Roberts 

Quincy T., piano tuner 534 Congress, bds. 103 Longfellow 
Randall J., councilman Ward 4 and barber 115 Center, h. 56 

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Robert E., submarine diver, h. 26 High 
Sarah, widow of Leonard, bds. 62 Roberts 
Selden, blacksmith, moved to Gorham 
Sidney B., clerk 500 Commercial, h. 37 Chase, S. P. 
Transfer Co., Thomas H. Pratt mgr., Franklin wharf 
Warren H., h. 48 State 

Warren P., broker and com. mer., died June 20, 1911 
Wilhelmina L. Miss, bds. 37 Chase, S. P. 
William E., bds. 59 Congress 
William M., sergt. police, rms. 359 Congress 
William W., laborer, h. 11 Casco 
Winfield, electrician, rms. 261 Congress 
Winfield L, engineer G. T. R., h. r. 61 Veranda 

Chauffeurs' Club, rms. 584a Congress 

Chelekis Samuel J., fruit and bootblack 11V 2 Preble, bds. 65 Brown 

Chellis Ernest O., physician 336 Bracket!, h. do. 
Eugene D., physician, died Feb. 1, 1912 
Mary A. Mrs., bds. 336 Brackett ■■■ 

William M., salesman 24 Forest av., h. 21 Devonshire 

Chemical Engine No. 1, 133 Market *&■ 

Chenery Clarence, candymaker 67 Center, h. at Falmouth ■■ 

Daniel D., bds. 88 Beacon 1 J 

Edward J., fir pillows 151 Woodford, h. do. ^*r 

Helen F., widow of William, h. 450 Cumberland av. '"PI 

Henry L., draughtsman 79 Preble, h. 88 Beacon W^B 

Lida M. Miss, bds. 91 Emery ! 

Margaret, student, bds. 151 Woodford 
Mfg. Co., Willis M. Chenery pres., laces, embroidery and 

fancy goods 236 and 238 Middle 
Oliver H., trav. salesman 236 Middle, bds. 91 Emery 
Susie M., stitcher 43 Market, bds. at Falmouth 
William H., clerk 493 Commercial, bds. 450 Cumberland av. -{ 

CHENERY WILLIAM N., jewelers' supplies 502 Congress, rm. 3, h. r 

at Falmouth Foreside (see advt.) ? 

Willis M., pres. 236 Middle, h. 91 Emery * 

Cheney Charles E., ins. agt. 96 Exchange, bds. 289 Cumberland av. 2 
Edward E., sec. and treas. 236 Middle, h. 88 Morning n 

F. Ethel Miss, compositor, died 1911 g 

Harold, collector 9 Temple, bds. 112 Woodford z 

Henry F., brakeman B. & M. R. R., h. 97 Chapel, S. P. J 

Luther A., clerk 112 Exchange, h. 430 Forest av. o 

Mary C, widow of Henry, bds. 289 Cur 
Myrtice D. Miss, teacher Deering high 
Napoleon A., painter, h. 112 Woodford 



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U< £ Sarah D. Mrs., h. 6 Waverly 

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•^ E§ Chesley Albert A., farmer, bds. 60 Westbrook 
§ Co Albert H., farmer, bds. 60 Westbrook 

^ > u Albert W., driver, h. rear 144 Brown, S. P. 

$ S Clinton H., tailor 191 Middle, bds. 191 Cumberland av. 

S 25 Henry O., conductor M. 0. R. R., h. 81 Gray 



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P 9- Chessman Roswell C., h. 50 Walton 
CO u. Chestnut Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 11 to 15 Chestnut 

Chiappe Ralph, h. rear 249 Congress 

Chiaravolloti Domenico, laborer, h. 50 Pleasant 

# Chiasson Lazar, boilermaker 58 Fore, h. 41 Greenleaf 

O Peter, boilermaker 58 Fore, h. r. 22 Kellogg 

Chick Amos E., floor layer, h. 17 Roberts 

O Arthur D., mgr., moved to New York 

Coral C, janitor P. R. R., h. 4 Arcadia 
Daniel W., bds. 790 Congress 
\A Edward M., millman 151 Kennebec, h. 69 Kelsey, S. P. 

OQ Grace L. Miss, bds. 36 Tyng 

^^ Jessie F., widow of James M., h. 838 Stevens av. 

^ William C, freight conductor B. & M. R. R., east div., h. 36 

^* Tyng 

Z m Child Albert W., harness mfr., h. 98 Ocean av. 
jiniLj Alice J. Miss, teacher (Lewiston), bds. 98 Ocean av. 

^ Edgar W., repairer 631 Forest av., bds. 98 Ocean av. 

N*"4 Eleanor M. Miss, milliner 9 Merrill, bds. do. 

^M George A., electrician, bds. 93 Ocean av. 

^^ Ward B., clerk 238 St. John, bds. at Westbrook 

^H| Children's Heart Work Society, Laura A. Slayton pres. 98 Forest av. 
f^ Hospital (The), 91 Danforth and 68 High 

M"i Protective Society, Mrs. Mary S. Burmham agent, 85 Market 

rm. 21 
^£ Ohilds Arthur P., lodging house 20 Cedar, h. 251 Cumberland av. 
Cj E. C, clerk 155 Middle, bds. 7 Chapel 

^^ Leroy, electrician 222 Middle, h. 570 *£ Congress 

# Chin Chang, laundry 37 Preble, h. do. 

f Y Charlie, laundryman 113 Congress 

MN Chun, laundry 27 Free, h. do. 

Ohipman Annie R. Miss, clerk, bds. 128 Veranda 
Emma, widow of Daniel H., bds. 12 Ashmont 
co Frank M., dentist 439 Congress, h. 1002 Brighton av. 

§ Fred J., dentist 536a Congress, h. 12 Ashmont 

p James, teamster, h. 121 Sheridan 

y\£i Lyman B. (Libby & Chipman), provisions 574 Congress, h. 

JJj g 7 Ellsworth 

g J gj Mar F J -. widow of Orrin G., h. 1002 Brighton av. 

yjTj Q Miner, removed to New York 

gir j Percy C, clerk 455 Congress, bds. 128 Veranda 

*!> < Seth L., blacksmith, h. 128 Veranda 

hO o Chisholm Brothers, Adam P. Leighton mgr., news agents and pub- 
u^J lishers 238 St. John and Union and Grand Trunk stations 

u.C/3 Coleman, laborer, h. 88 Salem 

g Hugh J., pres. Rumford Falls Power Co., Portland & Rumford 

< Falls R. R., Rumford Lumber Co. and Oxford Paper Co. 

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John, coal and wood 69 Lancaster, h. 400 Woodford 2 <* m 

CHITTENDEN ALBERT E., osteopathic physician 655 Congress, ft ® ^ 
rms. 601-602, h. do. (see opp. Osteopathists) P 5 

Choat Frank E., messenger 7 Monument sq., h. 849 Congress p *i g- 

Choate John P., cutter 67 Union, h. la Elmwood place g* O^ 

Kathleen L., stftcher 67 Union, bds. la Elmwood pi. ^*2 

Choloaw John, h. 34 Deer Fg 

Chong Wong, laundry 131 Market, h. do. p 

Christensen Carl, apprentice 58 Fore, bds. r. 30 Turner «+ 

Christian, baker, h. r. 30 Turner 

Christian M., painter, h. r. 32 Fairfield *^— 

Frederick A., foreman, h. 27 Wilson JL ** 

Jens M., carpenter, h. 29 Water 
Nils, teamster 48 Main, S. P., h. Whitehall av., do. 
Paul, clerk 137 Middle, h. 27 Cleaves 
Christian James B., bookkeeper end Com'l whf., h. 150 Preble, 3. P. 
Marie Miss, milliner 53 Oak, bds. 150 Preble, S. P. 
Science reading room 562 Congress, rm. 502 
Christiansen Alfred, screenmaker 70 Free 

Carl, patternmaker 25 Commercial, bds. 30 Turner 

Carl P., grocer 98 Washington av., h. 1 Madison 

Carrie M. Miss, bds. 14 Bowdoin 

Charles E., laborer, h. 48 Washington av. 

Christian jr., laborer, bds. 1026 Ocean av. 

Christopher, head kiln burner r. 253 Forest av., h. 1 Laurel 

lane 
Conrad J., carpenter M. C. R. R., bds. 311 Congress 
Edward, coverer 70 Free 
Emil H., laborer, h. 17 Oxford 

Emma F. Miss, clerk 494 Congress, bds. Whitehall av., S. P. 
Hans, cabinetmaker 91 Kennebec, h. 22 Oxford 
Hans Emile, brakeman M. C. R. R., h. 80 Ocean, S. P. 
Harry, machinist 143 Fore, bds. 118 Pearl 
Helen M. Miss, seamstress 24 Free, bds. rear 30 Turner 
Henry, cabinetmaker 71 Kennebec 
Ida M. Miss, clerk 8 Free, bds. r. 30 Turner 
Isabella Miss, bds. 14 Smith 
Jennie Miss, bds. 37 Cottage, S. P. 
Josephine, bds. Long Island 
* Louis, clerk 24 Wilmot, bds. 93 Washington av. 
Mamie Miss, clerk, bds. 1 Laurel lane 
Olaf, engineer, bds. 11 Mayo 

Peter, packer 273 Commercial, h. 93 Washington av. 
Peter, clerk 112 Exchange, h. 59 Cumberland av. 
Peter H., grocer Island av. Long Island, h. do. 

Petrine M., widow of Peter, h. 37 Cottage, S. P. -i CD 

Christianson Adolph, millman 70 Free, bds. 311 Congress ? ^21 

Charles M., fireman rear 253 Forest av., h. 25 Howard !JJ c"»" 

Christian, millman 70 Free i >5° 

E. O, iron worker 33 Pearl, h. 35 Washington av. § ^Pj 

Edward M., cabinetmaker 70 Free n —- 

Louis J., roofer 22 Monument sq., h. 91 Myrtle o go 

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Christie Clarence L., clerk, moved to Kennebunk z*S" 

Nora, widow of James, h. 106-108 Federal o __ 

Christman Clinton G., clerk 58 Portland pier, rms. do. h 5£ 

Christy Charles E., teamster 1 Central wharf, h. rear 195 Franklin %gci 

George, apprentice 63 Washington av., bds. 195 Franklin 



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0> > Church Edith L. Miss, stenographer 15 Cross, bds. 37 Tremont 

-*■? O Elroy B., clerk, bds. 205 Westbrook 

m $ Grace V. Miss, bds. 205 Westbrook 

J Hd Hazel D., tel. operator 19 Exchange, bds. 205 Westbrook 

as 68 Henry J., ins. and real estate 86 Exchange, h. 12 Boyd pi. 

g }g James R., major medical corps Ft. Williams, C. E-., bds. do. 

h John, milk inspector 345 Fore, h. 205 Westbrook 

2 ^ Marjorie Miss, nurse 68 High, bds. do. 

55 § of Christ, 867 Congress 

g of Immaculate Conception, 190 Cumberland av. 

of the Messiah, Universalist, 260 and 262 Congress 
of the Sacred Heart, 92 Sherman 
/^^\ Rebecca Mrs., h. 219 Federal 

William H., died March 18, 1911 
Churchill Delia, h. 89 Oxford 

CHURCHILL FRANK M., architect and engineer 536a Congress, 
h. 74 Winslow (see advt.) 
George N., teamster 302 Commercial, h. 89 Oxford 
Henry P., electrician, h. 39 Fairfield 

Joseph L. (Churchill Mfg. Co.), 570 Y 2 Cong. rm. 10, h. 829 do. 
J. Rosamond Miss, musician 517 Congress, rms. 173 Neal 
C^D Marion Miss, clerk, rms. 122 Park 

Sjg Mfg. Co. (J. L. Churchill), plaiting 570V 2 Congress rm. 10 

CD The, A. S. Young prop., 51 State 

" ' Thomas D., clerk 404 Commercial, rms. 26 Whitney 

William A., dept. mgr. 482 Congress, rms. 122 Park 
Willie O., painter 484 Congress, rms. 122 Park 
^— Chute Alonzo W., ins. agt., h. Rigby rd., S. P. 
CZ3 Herbert E., conductor P. R. R., h. at Westbrook 

Ida M. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 4 Davis pi. 
C«0 Joseph F., sec. Casco and Portland Loan and Building Asso- 

J^» ciations 104 Exchange, h. 226 Woodford 

Sadie M. Mrs., h. 151 Lincoln, 8. P. 
William A., laborer, h. 25 Mayo 
Chutnosky Nathan, cutter 148 Middle, bds. 31 Deer 
Chutosetzsky Frank, peddler, h. 32 Hampshire 
^"7^ Cilley Arthur A., electrician P. R. R., bds. 70 Allen av. 

A. Augustine, farmer, h. 148 Riverside 
32 George G., milk dealer 70 Allen av., h. do. 

u Marion G., packer foot of Morrill, bds. 70 Allen av. 

g Cinquini Alfred, died Dec. 11, 1911 

£ 'g Alfred, fruit, bds. 48 Pleasant 

£ -S Francis, laborer, h. 48 Pleasant 

Ph c5 Pedio, clerk 590 Congress, bds. 42 Cotton 

>J Peter, clerk, bds. 48 Pleasant 

Peter A., fruit stand Exchange cor. Middle, h. 42 Cotton 
e8 53 Solitto & Co. (Gaetano Solitto), fruit 590 Congress 

m p^ Cioakos Thomas, laborer, h. 84 Preble 
T3 Cipriano Antonio, laborer, h. Pleasant av., P. I. 

£ g City Assessors, City Hall 
w S Auditor, City Hall 

Jh g Clerk, City Hall 

Department of Public Works, City Hall 
Electrician, 118 Federal 
88 Farm, 1144 Brighton av. 

P Hay Scales, Marginal way 

^ Home, 1133 Brighton av. 

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Messenger, City Hall 
Stables, 74 to 82 Hanover 
Treasurer, City Hall 

Civitney Sarah, operator 148 Middle, bds. 378 Portland 

Clahane Frank, clerk, h. 19 Marion 

Clancy Alice M. Miss, tel. operator, bds. 43 Danforth 

Bridget A. Miss, ironer 2-6 Temple, bds. 42 Danforth *f£to 

Catherine M. Miss, bds. rear 237 Danforth #^ 

Charles, laborer, rms. 129^ Market #■ 

Daniel, laborer, h. 13 Tate m _- 
Daniel E., trav. salesman, h. 67 Gray 
Harry H., teamster, ih. 18 Kellogg 

John,' laborer, h. 10 E, S. P. ^~ 

John A., laborer, h. 10 Larch —"fj 

John J., clerk 21 Pleasant, bds. 121 Newbury "*2J 

J. Richard, agt. Allen Line 1 India, bds. Falmouth Hotel a^J 
Katherine, h. 6 Larch 

Martin C, grocer 223 Danforth, h. 60 Clark 
Mary Miss, bds. 48 Neal 

Mary, widow of John C, h. 158 Danforth Q) 

Maurice, porter 166 Commercial, h. 34 Cotton ^» 

Michael, laborer, bds. 14 South ■■ 

Michael A., clerk 196 Middle, h. 71 Free g 3 

Michael A., clerk, bds. 80 Quebec H ^, 

Michael J. jr., laborer, h. 42 Danforth O -^ 

Patrick, bds. 42 Danfo